Education

NEMA Conducts Surface Water Rescue Course in Exuma

May 06, 2016

The National Emergency Management Agency, in continuing its efforts to building disaster resilient communities, recently conducted a Surface Water Rescue Course, Levels I & II for residents in this fast developing community.

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YES Bahamas Campaign Launched in Exuma

May 06, 2016

There was standing room only in the Kettel Centre, Hooperís Bay Tuesday, May 4, as YES Bahamas Campaign Co-Chair Lynn Holowesko, Co-Executive Director Cheryl Bazard, and Exuma Local Co-Chairs Sophia Hart-Rolle and Kenneth Nixon took the initiative to the residents of Exuma for discussion on the proposed constitutional amendments.

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Student takes on junior tourism role

May 04, 2016

AFTER successfully defeating 11 students from around the country, Gabriele Josephs of Mary Star of the Sea has been named the new junior minister of tourism.

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Island Luck Cares Foundation COB Business Programme Scholarships
Island Luck Cares Foundation COB Business Programme Scholarships

May 04, 2016

At a Launch on Tuesday, May 3, The College of The Bahamas announced its partnership with OWN Bahamas and Island Luck Cares Foundation to provide four-year scholarships for College of The Bahamas (COB) students to pursue Business Degree Programmes at COB valued at $5,000 per year to cover tuition, books, fees and other related expenses.

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If you can't cry, something's wrong

May 04, 2016

Now my friend, I just wonder if you agree with the sentiments in the title of today's very important article, if you can't cry, something's wrong. Well do you?

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E. Clement Bethel Award winner Rosi Birch-Lovdal encourages students to keep their courage

May 04, 2016

Students and artists at the College of The Bahamas (COB) were encouraged to stay with creative tension and to not run from it to a safe place.

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Thirty award haul for Bahamian L2L squad

May 04, 2016

It was a 30-award haul for this year's Bahamian squad at the recent Lads to Leaders/Leaderettes (L2L) convention which provides an avenue for students who have practiced and trained all year to show their developing biblical skills and talents.

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Students plant 'tree of life' at Windsor Preparatory School

May 04, 2016

Children dressed in every shade of green -- from lime to forest and chartreuse --assembled in the schoolyard of Windsor Preparatory School at Old Fort in New Providence, for a tree-planting ceremony as part of the school's Earth Week festivities.

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Be grateful to a wonderful God who gave us loving, generous mothers

May 04, 2016

"Very truly I tell you, when you were younger, you dressed yourself and went where you wanted; but when you are old, you will stretch out your hands, and someone else will dress you and lead you where you do not want to go." - John 21:18]

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Fostering an awareness of success spiritually and physically

May 04, 2016

Young women were encouraged to not only recognize their abilities, but to reach beyond their thinking capacity and act on their God-given potential at the recent Young Leading Ladies Workshop hosted by New Image.

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What is reality

May 04, 2016

You know, the word reality means different things to different people. Well let me clarify what I just said. What I actually mean is this.

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Rev. Dr. Michael T. McQueen to guest speak at Methodist Church conference

May 04, 2016

The Reverend Dr. Michael T. McQueen will serve as guest speaker at the upcoming Bahamas Conference the Methodist Church (BCMC) three-day spiritual growth conference.

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Standing-room Only at YES Campaign Launch in Exuma

May 04, 2016

With standing room only, YES Bahamas Campaign Co-Chair, Lynn Holowesko joined Local Co-Chairs, Sophia Hart-Rolle and Kenneth Nixon, in Exuma on Tuesday to inform the local community about the upcoming June 7th referendum, and to spread the message of equality and justice that is being proposed under the amendments to the Constitution.

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600,000 college link with Island Luck

May 04, 2016

HIGH SCHOOL and college students will benefit from a $600,000 partnership between the College of the Bahamas and the Island Luck Cares Foundation announced last night.

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Jeffon Stubbs is the best and brightest

May 04, 2016

St. Anne's School's Jeffon Stubbs is the Alpha Phi Alpha Inc.'s 2016 Valedictorian, and the recipient of a $6,000 scholarship.

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Put on shoes of righteousness, and go out and make a difference

May 04, 2016

"Moses, Moses draw not nigh hither: put off thy shoes from off thy feet, for the place whereon thou standest is holy ground." - Exodus 3: 4-5

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Solomon's Celebrates Moms With Green Thumb At Gardening & Fashion Week Event

May 04, 2016

This Saturday, flowers and fashion will collide during For Mom With Love 2016: Gardening & Fashion Show at Solomonís Super Center on the East West Highway.

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Island Luck launches 1M scholarship fund at COB

May 04, 2016

The Island Luck Cares Foundation launched a scholarship fund program worth $1 million for eligible Bahamian college or high school students yesterday
at The College of The Bahamas' (COB) Harry C. Moore Library.

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Students of Agape Christian School, Marsh Harbour, Pay Courtesy Call on the Governor General

May 03, 2016

Students and teachers of Agape Christian School, Marsh Harbour, Abaco, paid a courtesy call on Governor-General Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling in the Drawing Room of Government House.

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Scotiabank Funds Scholarship for Primary School Student

May 03, 2016

Scotiabank renewed its patron sponsorship of The Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Foundation.

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