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Educating and empowering women

GUEST PRESENTER – Dr. Darlene Rolle-Cargill of the University of The Bahamas conducted a session with women from the community, during the First Women’s Education Forum, hosted by the HIV/AIDS Survivors Benefit on Friday, September 22 at the Sir Charles Hayward Library.

Forty women between the ages of 20-to-65 years old participated in HIV/AIDS Survivors Benefit’s (HASB) First HIV/AIDS Education Conference for Women on Friday, September 22, 2017 at Sir Charles Hayward Library under the theme, “Touching Lives, Bringing Hope.” The conference orchestrated in partnership with the University of The Bahamas, Grand Bahama Health Services, Hope Society,…
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Students grateful for sorority’s ’empowering’ presentation

EXCITED STUDENTS – Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. GB Chapter members pose with Martin Town Primary School students, who were happy to receive the big book bags filled with school supplies.

Success in education requires having the right tools and Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Incorporated GB Chapter ensured students of Martin Town Primary School (MTPS) were equipped with school supplies to do just that, courtesy of its ‘Operation Big Book Bag’ Project. Philcher Grant, Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority president, with the assistance of fellow sorors –…
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Turnquest: Govt. equal to the task of transforming economic structure

PETER TURNQUEST Minister of Finance

Minister of Finance and Deputy Prime Minister, K. Peter Turnquest is confident that the economy of The Bahamas will be changed for the better. In the House of Assembly on Wednesday, Turnquest pledged that his “ministry and by extension, the Government of The Bahamas are committed to transforming the economic structure of the country.” The…
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Optimism, prayers prevail in national softball fraternity

Churchill Knowles-Tener

It is a bitter/sweet period for national softball. The men’s national team came out of Pool B in the Pan American Softball Championships earlier this week with a 3-4 record and is poised for competition in the Central American and Caribbean Games next year, and perhaps the Pan American Games the year after. Even Churchill…
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