Rotary Club of Freeport donates nine oxygen machines to GBHS

ROTARY DONATES TO GBHS – On Friday, October 9, the Rotary Club of Freeport made a donation of nine oxygen concentrators to Grand Bahama Health Services. Pictured from left to right are Christina Burrows; Othyneil Pinder, President, Rotary Club of Freeport; Elise Hutcheson; Sharon Williams, Administrator, GBHS; Lorine Miller, Immediate Past President, Rotary Club of Freeport; Dr. Freeman Lockhart, Medical CHief of Staff, GBHS; Betty Van Lew and Roger Pinder. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

Grand Bahama Health Services (GBHS) this past Friday, October 9, received a much-needed donation of nine oxygen concentrators, to assist in treating not only COVID-19 hospitalized patients, but all others in need of that therapy.  The donation was made by the Rotary Club of Freeport, one of the five rotary clubs here in the island…
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GBPA’s Rupert Hayward discusses island’s progress post-Hurricane Dorian

RUPERT HAYWARD, Executive Director of the Grand Bahama Port Authority Limited (GBPA), and the Grand Bahama Disaster Relief Foundation (GBDRF)

The Rotary Club of Freeport held its recent weekly meeting via Zoom and was delighted to welcome Rupert Hayward, Executive Director of the Grand Bahama Port Authority Limited (GBPA) and the Grand Bahama Disaster Relief Foundation (GBDRF), as special guest speaker. Hayward, an active and vocal champion of Grand Bahama, shared an overview of the…
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Elnet Maritime donates $25,000 to supply masks

Generosity and compassion are in great need as the country faces the current global pandemic health crisis. Elnet Maritime Ltd. of Grand Bahama has stepped up to the plate. The Grand Bahama Disaster Relief Foundation (GBDRF), the charitable arm of the Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited (GBPA), has received a donation of $25,000 from Elnet…
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Local Christian Council complying with Emergency Orders

SERVICE OUTSIDE –As local churches adhere to the Emergency Orders imposed by the government to practice social distancing as a means to prevent the spread of COVID-19, members were pictured at safe distances in the parking lot Sunday morning, as they worshiped. (PHOTO COURTESY OF DEREK CARROLL)

The Grand Bahama Christian Council (GBCC) addressed the religious community’s response to the global health threat of the Coronavirus or COVID19. Representatives held a press conference on Wednesday, March 18, at Calvary Temple Assembly of God. GBCC President Rev. Dr. Robert Lockhart told this daily that he met with other members of the GBCC to…
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