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IWFW Announce Designers of the Runway for 2010

Nassau, Bahamas -
Mode Iles, producers of the acclaimed "

Islands of the World Fashion
Week", today announce the designer lineup for the IWFW 2010 show in

November 11-13, to be held at The British Colonial Hilton. Including
guest designers from the popular American television series, "Project
Runway", 18 talented, island-based designers, representing 9 island
nations, will take to the runway in this year's event.

From The Bahamas: Harl Taylor BAG, Jamietaylor Sturrup, Whitney Miller and David Rolle; from Haiti: Giovanna Menard, Phelicia Dell, Michel Chataigne, and David Andre; from Trinidad & Tobago: Javon Smith, Heather Jones; from Turks & Caicos: Raynelis Howell; from Jamaica: K-Bobby; from Madagascar: Eric Raisina; from Indonesia: Nadya; and from Dominican Republic: Georgina Estherr...

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Francine Bernadette Lightbourne, 49

Funeral service for Francine Bernadette Lightbourne age 49, of Wallace Road will be held on Saturday January 28th, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, West Hill Street.   Officiating will be Father Glen Nixon.   Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery, Soldier Road.
Cherished memories will always remain in the hearts of her loved ones especially her devoted husband: Brent and their children: Robynn, Brandon and Jan-Yve; Sisters: Melanie and Earla; Uncles: Henry Lawrence Sr., Carlton and Leatendore Hanna; Aunts: Clearie Gardiner, Christine Major and Ruby Percentie, MBE; Nieces: Krystal, Simone, Bradinia, Teisha, Alicia, Adrienne, Shayla, Keira, Amber and Alexandria; Nephews: Brad, Tyler, Travis, Drew, Sammy, Tanner and Joshua; Grand Nephew: Brett; Father-In-Law: Wenzel Lightbourne; Brothers-In-Law: Edwin Thompson, Dr. Jerome, Brad, Tim and Maurice Lightbourne and Sam Campbell; Sisters-In-Law: Crystal Curry, Thalia Campbell, Tina, Hope, Natasha, Cheryl, and Tori Lightbourne; Other Relatives and Friends including: David and Francina Micklewhite and Family; Frankie, Henry and Nekia Knowles; Theresa Culmer, Calvin Bain, Sheila Bannister, Desmond and Revanna Mason, Wendy Hanna, Andre Wright, Lorrie Felton, Henry Jr., Nancy Lawrence, Angela Griggs, Clearie Sukishia, Ashton Granville Bethel, The Percentie Family, E.R. Hanna and Family, Allison Knowles, Leonard and Myrtle Major, Philip and Millicent Major, Paul and Joann Major, Christopher Major, Iva Bullard, Cynthia Lyles, Shirley Gibson, Mary Williams, Crystal Austin Clyne, Nedra Marcellus, Chesly Thompson, Brenda Lam, Koriene Forde, Adela Osterlog, Dr. Yvette Carter and Family, Claudette Nixon and Family, Rev. Dr. Philip A. Rahming, JP; Rev. Christopher and Gesele Brown, Leroy & Isadora Thompson & Family, Lisa Culmer, Valarie Wallace & Family, Barry Wilmott & Family; Sharon Cooper & Family, Charles Lightbourne, Maxine Curry and The Entire Lightbourne Family, The Bahamas Gas Family, Naomi Brown and Family, Addison Francis and Family, Ella Johnson and Family, Mary Marshall and Family, The Davis Family, The Russell Family, Toni Godet, Janice, Debbie and Jean Bain, Lamar Thompson, Theo and Ruth Tsavousis, Panos and Deborah Tsavousis, Colin and Anna DeGregory, Jean and Danny Ferguson, Keith and Latika Davis and Family, Linda Baker and Family, Tony Davis, Latina Ferguson (Exuma); Sonya Thompson and Family, Aquinas Class of '79, Friends of SAC Class of '81, Steven Ramsey and Family, Kelly and David Knowles, Sonia Isaacs and Family, Hazel Cooper and Family, Farion and Monique Cooper and Family, Organo Gold Team: Selena Sweeting and Family, Monique Hepburn and Family, Dr. Kimberley Phillips and Family, Cabrina Burrows and Family, Amanda Knowles, Devenor Wilkinson, Mark Cleare, Latina Ferguson, Clara Evans, Lynn Lightbourne, Francis Maynard; Rehoboth Ministries, Kiwanis Bahamas, The Doctors and Nurses of The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of The Princess Margaret Hospital; Archbishop Patrick Pinder, Monsignor Simeon Roberts, Father Glen Nixon and St. Francis Xavier Cathedral and many more too numerous to mention.
The body will repose in the Blessed Redeemer Chapel at Ferguson's Funeral Directors, 7th Terrace Collins Avenue, on Friday from 10:00 a.m. - 5: 00 p.m. and at the church on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until service time.

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Andrew Leroy Miller, 48
Andrew Leroy Miller, 48

Funeral service for Andrew Leroy Miller, 48 of # 19 West Avenue, off Carmichael Road, will be held on Saturday, January 29th, 2011 at 11:00a.m. at First Baptist Church, Market Street and Coconut Grove Avenue. Officiating will be Dr. Earl Francis assisted by other ministers. Cremation will follow.

Left to cherish his precious unforgettable memories are: his mother: Linda Kelly, one sister: Royann P. Miller, one brother: Delbert Miller; grandmother: Lillian Neilly, grandaunt: Gwendolyn Albury; eleven uncles: Asheville Neilly, Roland, Conrad, Wesley and Allan Maycock of Miramar, Florida, Norman Bedford, David Spence, Valvay, Bravio, Rando and Belco Miller; ten aunts:

Carolyn Miller of ...

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Anthony Curry, 28

A Funeral service for Anthony Curry, 28,  of Commonwealth Blvd., Elizabeth Estates, who passed away on 16 June, 2011, will be held at Philadelphia Seventh Day Adventist Church, Elizabeth Estates, on Sunday at 2:00 p.m.  Officiating will be Pastor Leonardo Rahming.  Interment follows in St. Margaret's Cemetery, Kemp Road.
His memories will forever be cherished by:
One daughter: Anthonique (Missy) Curry

Mother:  Sandra Rolle-Curry

Father:   Andrew Curry,

Three Sisters: Charisma Simmons, Tamra Price & Lisa Clarke

Two Brothers: Edward Trevor Rolle and Police Constable Anton Curry

Eight Nephews: Edward Jr. & Tavaughn Rolle, Devonte Price, Joshua, Christopher, Jordon, Jayden & Zion Eden.  

Three nieces: Tayvia & Trevia Angel Rolle, and Ashati Curry.

Numerous Cousins: including childhood friends Dr. Tina Bethel and Patrick Mackey Jr.

Nine Aunts: Irene Thompson, Doris Rolle, Christine Rolle, Ernestine McKenzie, Theresa Edgecombe, Gaylene Rolle, Ruthmae Sweeting and Aretha Johnson

Six Uncles: Ira Burrows, Moses Rolle, Minister Patrick Mackey, David Rolle, Christopher Vernon & Jackson Mortimer
Seven Grand-Aunts: Mrs. Alfreda White, Ms. Icelyn Curry, Mrs. Nelly Curry-Butler, Ms. Muriel Curry, Mrs.Francis Smith, Mrs. Mearl Bain of Fort Lauderdale and Mrs. Florence Fernander
One sister in law: Cecelia Rolle
Special friends Shemika Knowles, Ishmel, Shorts and Forbes, a host of relatives and friends including: Nora Pinder & family, Esthermae Pinder & family, Angela & family, Theodore Burrows & family, The Smith family, the Kemp family, Cynthia Russell & FamilyFrancita Brice & Family, Virginia Hutchinson & Family, Princess & Family, Rowena Brown & Family, Ann Stubbs & Family, Ms. Rosie & Family, Josephine, Euna, Erma and David & Family, Carolyn Burdine-Coakley & family, Merilyn Deshanks & family, Nadine Young & family,  Phillipa Johnson and family, Sandra Daxon & Family, Brenda Cooper & Family, Lucille Rolle & Family, Eveelyn Lloyd & Family, The Ferguson Family the, Fernander family, & the entire Philadelphia Seventh Day Adventist Church family.

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Soon to be Sir Sol Kerzner
Soon to be Sir Sol Kerzner

Government House announced today that Her Majesty the Queen has graciously conferred honours on the under-mentioned persons for exemplary services to the country in the Birthday Honours List 2010

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Latanya Raquel Pratt, 30
Latanya Raquel Pratt, 30

Funeral service for Latanya Raquel Pratt A.A., SCc., MSc., 30 yrs., a resident of Moonshine Drive, Sunshine Park, who died on 22nd December, 2011, will be held at St. John's Native Baptist Cathadral, Meeting Steet, on Thursday at 11:00 a.m.  Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Michael C. Symonette, C.B.E. J.P., & Rev. Dr. S. Carrington Pinder, D.D., J.P., assisted by Rev. Ellerston Smith, B.A., M. Div.,  Interment follows in St. John's Native Baptist Cathedral Cemetery.

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(VIDEO) IWFW - Fashion Cares for Haiti: The Relief Benefit Show Pt. 1

Nassau, Bahamas - With one year past the devastating earthquake in Haiti, The
Bahamas Weekly is proud to present two video segments from Islands of
the World Fashion Week (IWFW) in November 2010 featuring Haitian designers in a segment entitled:

"Fashion Cares for Haiti: The Relief Benefit Show".

In this video you will see the colourful and stunning designs by Haitian
jewelry and accessories

designer, Giovanna Menard, as well as well known Haitian clothing

designer, David Andre.

Both designers provided our news team with a short interview.

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Team U.S.A. won five of the 10 races at the world relays

The United States of America (USA) came, they saw and they conquered!
Taking part in all of the relays this past weekend, our neighbors to the west got a comfortable team victory to cart off the "Golden Baton", given to the overall winner of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Relays Bahamas 2014. Team USA, 55 members strong, finished with 60 total points to easily out-distance second place finisher Jamaica. Jamaica ended up second overall, with 41 points. Kenya was third, with 35 points; Great Britain & Northern Ireland was fourth, with 24 points, and Australia rounded out the top five, with 21 points.
The Bahamas ended up eighth, with 15 points, as three Bahamian teams qualified for the finals. The men's 4x400 meters (m) team was second, the women's 4x200m relay team finished fourth, and the men's 4x200m relay team was sixth. However, just one of the four teams qualified for the 2015 Beijing World Championships, as the other events are not contested at the world championships. The men and women's 4x100m relay teams, and the women's 4x400m relay team would have to qualify at a later date in order to make it to Beijing, as only the top eight teams at the world relays qualified.
For the U.S. at these inaugural IAAF World Relays Bahamas 2014, it would be their 4x400m teams which led the way. The U.S. won both races, taking the women's race in 3:21.73, and capturing the men's four-lap race in 2:57.25. The women's 4x100m, women's 4x200m and women's 4x800m relay teams also came out on top over the weekend, as they took five of the 10 relay races in the two-day meet at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium.
Kenya won three relays, the men and women's 1,500m in word record times, and they also took the men's 4x800m. Jamaica won the other two relay events, the men's 4x100m, and the men's 4x200m event in a world record time.
Overall, three world records were set this weekend, the first three world records ever ran in athletics on Bahamian soil.
In prize money, The Bahamas' men's 4x400m relay team of Chris Brown, Demetrius Pinder, Michael Mathieu, LaToy Williams and Ramon Miller earned $30,000 for their second place finish in the men's 4x400m. The women's 4x200m relay team of Sheniqua Ferguson, Cache Armbrister, Anthonique Strachan and Nivea Smith won $12,000 for their fourth place finish, and the men's 4x200m relay team of Blake Bartlett, Adrian Griffith, Wesley Neymour and Andretti Bain earned $8,000 to share for their sixth place finish.
A total of $50,000 was given for first place, $30,000 for second, $20,000 for third, $12,000 for fourth, $10,000 for fifth, $8,000 for sixth, $6,000 for seventh, and $4,000 for eighth.
In addition to the $1.4 million in prize money, a total of $50,000 was given for each world record.
The U.S. men's 4x400m relay team of David Verburg, Tony McQuay, Christian Taylor and LaShawn Merritt might not have set a world record, but the quartet ran the world's leading time of 2:57.25. The Bahamas settled for second in 2:57.59, the third fastest time ever ran by a Bahamian quartet, and Trinidad & Tobago set a new national record of 2:58.34 for third.
"We came here and we wanted to win," said Merritt after that impressive win on Sunday night. "We knew that The Bahamas was going to be tough to beat at home in front of their crowd, but we were able to put it together. All of the guys ahead of me ran a good leg, and I did my part on the anchor leg. It was an overall team effort by us, and we got the job done. I just want to thank everyone for their support. Everyone here has been so receptive, and the crowd in this stadium was wonderful. The Bahamas has been a great host, and we look forward to coming back."
The world relays is set to return to The Bahamas in 2015. When the country won the bid to host the inaugural event in 2014, it was contingent on the hosting of the event in 2015 as well.
Overall, there might have been a few glitches, but hardly anyone could complain with the quality of event that took place.
The Bahamas' first ever global track and field meet proved to be truly successful. Almost 600 athletes from 43 countries gave the thousands of fans in attendance two days of intense competition and thrilling performances.
It was truly a fantastic cultural and sporting display inside the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium this past weekend.
The Bahamas might have won just one medal, but the 24-member team has quite a bit to be proud about as they represented well at home before a most appreciative audience.
IAAF World Relays Bahamas 2014

Final results
1st - United States - 60 points
2nd - Jamaica - 41 points
3rd - Kenya - 35 points
4th - Great Britain & N.I. - 24 points
5th - Australia - 21 points
6th - Trinidad and Tobago - 19 points
7th - France - 18 points
8th - The Bahamas - 15 points
9th - Poland - 14 points
10th - Nigeria - 13 points

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(VIDEO) IWFW - Fashion Cares for Haiti: The Relief Benefit Show Pt. 1

Nassau, Bahamas - With one year past the devastating earthquake in Haiti, The
Bahamas Weekly is proud to present two video segments from Islands of
the World Fashion Week (IWFW) in November 2010 featuring Haitian designers in a segment entitled:

"Fashion Cares for Haiti: The Relief Benefit Show".

In this video you will see the colourful and stunning designs by Haitian
jewelry and accessories

designer, Giovanna Menard, as well as well known Haitian clothing

designer, David Andre.

Both designers provided our news team with a short interview.

..

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Ezra Eglon Ferguson, 24

Funeral Service for Ezra Eglon "Woopsy", "Pork Chop" Ferguson, age 24 years, of Cabbage Hill, Crooked Island, will be held on Friday, March 30, 2012 at 11:00 am.

Church: Holy Cross Anglican Church
Address: Highbury Park off Soldier Road
Officiating: Father John Kabiga
Interment: Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery, Soldier Road
He is survived by his parents: Carl and Bloneva Ferguson of Cabbage Hill, Crooked Island; brother: Nehemiah Ferguson; sisters: Teora and Quitel Ferguson; grandmother: Rosemary Moss of Major's Cay, Crooked Island; sister-in-law: Kendera Ferguson; brother-in-law: Kamal Thompson; uncles: Habakkuk and Joseph Ferguson, Vincent Moss of Miami, Florida, Cpl 2241 Cyril Anthony Moss, Nelson and Deacon Darrel Moss; aunts: Christine Sweeting, Thelma Miller, Bernice Culmer, Rachel Gradolph, Patricia Jones, Annamae Richardson, Rowena Ferguson, Priscilla Farquharson and Daphne Cunningham; uncles-in-law: Franklyn Culmer, Robert Gradolph, Louis Sweeting, Joseph Jones, Robert Farquharson, Gerald Cunningham and Leroy Richardson; aunts-in-law: Sherry Ferguson, Denise, Caron, Joy and Shaketress Moss; grandaunts and granduncles: Julia Mills, Leroy Ferguson, Inez and Montgomery Johnson, Calvin Ferguson, Preston and Ralph Ferguson of Florida; cousins: Rashetta, Raquel and Marvin Strachan, Rendi Culmer, Tasha and Charles Ferguson, Sheila and Albury Major, Steve and Jonathan Miller, Melissa, Crystal, Tameka, Ramon, Stacey and Joseph Jones, Carolyn and Mario Lewis, Christina, Keith, Cindy, Kenrick, Kirk, Stacy and James Sweeting, Chrisanta and Terrell Hanna, Jason, Rhonda, Rubyan and Rosie Ferguson, Yvette Bethel, Jasmine, Malone, Cassandra, Avardo, Cheryl, Stephen, Michelle and Earle Ferguson, Crescelle and Rashad Farquharson, Tameka Richards, Shantelle and Valdez Ferguson, Ethan, Amya, Anthoniece, Anthonique, Sonjay and Israel Moss, Patrick, Alton, Andrew, Novus, Vanessa and Katrina Ferguson, Martine Hanna, the family of the late Hosea and Emily Ferguson, Khishlyne and Khalyne Johnson, Elroy, Danielle, Preston Jr., Ralph Jr. and Krystle Ferguson, Damien, Lahai, Antone Miller and the family of the late Leah Nottage; other relatives and friends including: Peter and Cylestina Williams, Diama Ramos, Barbara Gibson and Robert Gibson, Jason Deleveaux, Dennis, Valentino and Cpl 1460 Jerone Thompson and family, Huden and Jennamae, Leroy and Borice Clarke, Timothy and Glenda Thompson and family, David Cunningham, Deangello Knowles, Evelyn Ferguson and family, Sean Spencer, Pastor Linkwood Ferguson and family, Deacon Kermit Farquharson and family, Alphege and Nelson Ferguson, Luellen Farquharson and family, Pastor Dorcas and Stephanie Thompson and family, Evelyn Ferguson and family, Thirza Williams and family, Mrs. Alleset Deleveaux, Cleveland and Elizabeth Ferguson, Viola Cunningham and family, Kenneth and Ruth Farquharson and family, Enrico N. Wright, Father John and Eloise Kabiga and family of All Saints Anglican Church, Church Grove, staff of Thompson Trading, Nassau and Sun Shine Cruises, Water Sports at Atlantis, Paradise Island, the Class of 2005 Crooked Island High School, the Honorable V. Alfred Gray, M.P., MICAL Constituency and the entire community of Crooked Island.
FRIENDS MAY PAY THEIR RESPECTS AT ROCK OF AGES NORTH SIDE CREMATION CENTER ON THURSDAY FROM 10:00 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M. AND AT THE CHURCH ON FRIDAY FROM 10:00 A.M. UNTIL SERVICE TIME.

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