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Freeport, Grand Bahama - The Grand Bahama Red
Cross Centre will be relaunching its 'Meals on Wheels' Program this
week. In preparation for this, members of The Rotaract Club of
Freeport, as well as the Interact Club of Sunland Baptist Academy took
time this past Saturday (September 11th) to ensure that all food
service vessels and utensils were cleaned and ready to be used in time
for the program'...
The Freeport News: The Lions' Club of Freeport is presently
sponsoring a Peace Poster Contest in Grand Bahama as part of their wider
organizations call for world peace.
Lions Clubs International, the world's largest service club
organization, is made up of 1.35 million men and women in 207 countries
and geographical locations throughout the world and this organization
has created the Peace P...
Freeport, Bahamas - The Rotary Club of lucaya will launched
their 25,000 Community Service Challenge on November 8th, 2011 but
anyone can still get involved as the challenge runs until March 6th, 2012. Under
the theme "Reaching out to Transform our Community."
" 'Service Above Self' is the motto Rotarians live by. As the premier service organization in the world, it is only fitting
Leno Corporate Services Limited has partnered with the Barracuda Swim Club to host the Leno-Barracuda Invitational Swim Meet this coming weekend, Friday and Saturday, at the Betty Kelly-Kenning National Aquatics Center.
"Leno Corporate Services is honored to support and endorse the Barracuda Swim Club. We have always believed that investing in the talents of our athletes is a priceless endeavor," ...
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham announced yesterday that there are nearly 400 registered volunteers for Volunteer Bahamas, a program designed to harness the generosity of Bahamians and residents of The Bahamas.
Ingraham revealed the volunteer initiative in his national address on crime in October.
The program, which began on November 1, will provide guidelines for the training and utilization of vo...
Immigration Minister Fred Mitchell yesterday warned several major businesses including Emera and Baha Mar to "get with the program", adding that there will be "no exceptions" to the immigration policy.
"I say again it shocks me sometimes how unsympathetic so many of our business people, both domestic and foreign, are to this stark reality that their profits in this country will only continue to co...
NASSAU, Bahamas -- The season of giving officially kicks off because The Salvation Army's familiar Red Kettles make their seasonal debut on New Providence, starting Saturday, November 24th, you'll find those kettles and the jolly ting-a-ling-ling of handheld bells that accompanies them.
The Red Kettle Campaign supports the mission of the organization and provides support to a number of programs a...
REPRESENTATIVES of the country's Rotaract Clubs presented the Cancer Society of the Bahamas with a donation garnered from the proceeds of their inaugural "Cancer Walk" in March.
The walk was the first project on which all the Rotaract Clubs collaborated. In addition, the community service project was organised in honour of celebrating World Rotaract Week, in solidarity with the other Rotaract Clu...
Work on the $220 million Professional Golfers' Association (PGA) Village set for Cat Island is expected to move ahead, once the approvals are finalized by week's end.
Philip Brave Davis, the deputy prime minister and minister of public works and urban development, confirmed that the government will meet with representatives associated with the project this week.
He noted that funding for the propo...
For many children, Christmas time conjures up images of a mountain of gifts under their Christmas tree with many toys and treats inside.
But for countless others, receiving even one gift on this special holiday is cause for joy and celebration.
Such is the thought behind the latest charity drive by the Kiwanis Club of Nassau A.M. - Toys for Tots - which aims to provide Christmas gifts to children ...