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Repairing a Broken Heart...What a Gift: Heart care recipients take the lead to assist other patients
It's Heart Month and two
young ladies want to invite the general public to take initiative and
live heart healthy. More importantly, they want the public to follow
their lead and help repair the hearts of children in The Bahamas.
Heart disease is the number one killer of persons around the world and
in The Bahamas. Heart disease does not discriminate by age, gender,
social status or other. As such it can affect individuals, from newborns
to senior citizens. What is significant about these two young ladies
is that they themselves are heart survivors. They received heart surgeries
as infants, thanks to the generosity of The Sir Victor Sassoon (Bahamas)
Heart Foundation and the generous donations of others.
NASSAU, Bahamas - The
BREEF 'Bootleggers' Ball' has
attracted over 60 Silent Auction treasures, not least, a one of a kind,
ocean inspired Astengo & de Lama Necklace, as part of their
glamourous fund raising evening at Albany this Friday. BREEF executive
director Casuarina McKinney-Lambert, said she is thrilled with the
response and the programme of events organized by the Ball committee.
will recreate the 1920s, and the grand traditions of that era with a
mock casino where any winnings are cashed in for prizes, a chance to bid
on an array of rich bounty in the silent auction, a bootleggers
treasure-trove of raffle and door prizes, engaging Charlston dancers,
live music for dancing under the stars with the Dion Turnquest band:
'Tingum 'dem' and Bahamian jazz singer Stazzy..."
A $1-million donation from a patient is helping to pay for the development of a new research centre at The Cancer Centre. The $1,000,000 donation is the initial funding for the Cancer Centre Research Centre, at 72 Collins Avenue, according to Professor Arthur Porter, its managing director.
Nassau, Bahamas - The Lyford Cay International
School (LCIS) Class of 2011 donated a tree to the school to say "thank
you" for the many ways in which LCIS has helped them grow and to
leave a class legacy for future students.
The class of 2011, who
find themselves in Universities such as Yale, Georgetown, Ohio State
University, Savannah College of Art and Design, and the University of
Richmond, were represented at the tree planting ceremony by graduate
Celine Frey and parent of graduate Felicia Taylor, Mrs. Rose-Marie Taylor...
Nassau, The Bahamas -
Senator, now founder and principal of Akhepran International Academy,
Dr. Jacinta Higgs recently gave her students the keys to wealth by
introducing them to author and youth financial educator Keshelle Kerr.
Ms. Kerr, who has collaborated with the likes of Rich Dad, Poor Dad
co-author Sharon Leichter and self-made youth millionaire Dr. Farah
Gray, provided the students with her highly sought after financial
literacy skills geared toward youth. Known for her success in teaching
young people to budget and invest, Ms. Kerr has inspired scores of
youngsters to become entrepreneurs before they are even old enough...