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In an act of extraordinary generosity for a small company, road marking firm Bahamas Striping donated 200 Christmas presents and pledged a further 100 to be given to under-privileged children through the Urban Renewal Commission.
Lyford Cay Foundation, Inc. is pleased to announce that its Gifts and Grants Committee is currently accepting applications from Bahamian non-profit and charitable organisations who wish to apply for an award.
Nassau, Bahamas -- In an act of extraordinary generosity for a small company, road marking firm Bahamas Striping donated 200 Christmas presents and pledged a further 100 to be given to under-privileged children through the Urban Renewal Commission.
This is another Christmas spending warning article. Christmas is a wonderful time of the year. It is a time for family togetherness, fun, sharing, relaxation and reflection. However, far too many people waste money, time and energy during the Christmas season. Banks, merchants and sales persons try to lure us into the trap of unnecessary spending. If we do not think carefully, we find ourselves s...
By AVA TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
ELDERLY fire victims were overwhelmed with joy after they received the keys to a brand new home yesterday.
Gifted to them by Arawak Homes Limited (AHL), 78-year-old Yorick and 64-year-old Ruth Evans cut the ribbon to a two-bedroom and two-bath house in Sir Lynden Pindling Estates.
Mrs Evans said: "I lost everything in the fir...
Hon. Melanie Griffin Minister of Social Services & Community Development the
Hon. Melanie Griffin welcomes members of the law firm of McKinney Bancroft & Hughes during a presentation of gifts for underprivileged children Monday, December 24 at the Ministry's office in the Post Office Building. Pictured from left:
John Wilson, Campbell Cleare, Brian Moree, Diane Stewart, Minister Griffin, Allan...
Freeport, Bahamas - The holidays are fast approaching, let Flying Fish take care of all your holiday needs: from corporate & private parties; cocktail
receptions; dinners or lunches.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas for a group of inner city students.
Thirty third-graders at Stephen Dillet Primary School recently got early Christmas gifts from the East Shirley Street staff of Sunshine Insurance.
The group, comprised of top performing and most improved students, sat in the school's auditorium unaware of what was about to transpire.
One by one, student helpers assiste...