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October 23, 2014
Kiwanis Club of Over The Hill announces new president

The Kiwanis Club of Over The Hill will be celebrating its 40th year in existence next year. The club was founded on the basic premise of providing service to the downtrodden and disenfranchised, particularly children and the elderly. Throughout the club's 39 years of service to the Bahamian community, its leaders have been motivated to provide altruistic service, with its new president being no di...

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October 22, 2011
More work to be done

There has been much good work over many years to expand opportunities for disabled Bahamians. Various individuals and charitable organizations are noteworthy for their contributions in this important work.

Among the aforementioned are organizations such as Abilities Unlimited, the Bahamas National Council for Disability, the Bahamas Association for the Physically Disabled, the Physically Challeng...

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June 10, 2014
QBS takes part in North American Sand Soccer Championships

The Quality Beach Soccer (QBS) Club traveled to Virginia Beach over the holiday weekend to take part in the North American Sand Soccer Championships (NASSC) in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
The NASSC is the world's largest amateur beach soccer festival, and The Bahamas was well represented. In two games, they went up against Rave, a team from Deerfield Beach, Florida, and Team Canada.
The game against...

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October 03, 2014
IBS hosts inaugural Bahamas International Club Championship

Intelligent Business Services (IBS) hosted the Bahamas International Club Championship charity golf tournament yesterday at the Lyford Cay Golf Course.
More than 50 golfers from various clubs around the island came together to participate in the event, which was held to raise money for autism awareness and the Bahamas Diabetic Association.
The Poop Deck Palmdale Club finished first and claimed the...

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March 07, 2014
COB hailed as success as its transition advances

NASSAU, Bahamas -- Vice President of Advancement at The College of The Bahamas Dr. Ian Strachan has challenged Rotarians to invest in The College, given its legacy of transforming lives.
In his address to the Rotary Club of West Nassau recently Dr. Strachan, who is also the Acting Executive Vice President, classified The College as one of The Bahamas' "greatest success stories," as evidenced throu...

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August 03, 2012
250M Rockwell Island begins construction

The $250 million Rockwell Island development on Bimini has broken ground on its first residential properties.
RAV Bahamas, the same developer assisting in the upcoming 10,000-square-foot casino at Bimini Bay Resort, is spearheading a combination of 105 beachfront estate homes and 28 resort keys. Homes are expected to sell for between $2 million and $4 million.
According to Leslie Bethel, chief ope...

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July 04, 2016
Practice... practice... practice

I remember well when I first started speaking in pubic, I was extremely nervous. It was not long after this radio series started airing on the local radio station and became very popular in a relatively short period of time. I started to get requests from service clubs, Rotary, Kiwanis, Zonta, etc. and from high schools and private schools, including businesses, to speak to them. I must admit t...

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December 06, 2013
Jingle bell jazz

An awesome lineup featuring the vocals of Naomi Taylor and the Vice Versa Band, Clinton Crawford, Shacara Newton, Anastacia Charlow Huber, Fred Ferguson and Josh Lynes will ring through the grounds at the Bahamas National Trust (BNT) this weekend as the Rotary Club Nassau Sunrise hosts "Jingle bell Jazz: An Evening of Music, Joy and Fun".
Taylor, the lead vocalist for the Vice Versa Band will brin...

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September 30, 2013
Nation for sale, pt.3

"The social object of skilled investment should be to defeat the dark forces of time and ignorance, which envelop our future."- John Maynard Keynes
In part one of the "Nation for Sale" series, we questioned whether The Bahamas has become a nation for sale to the highest or best positioned foreign bidders. In part two, we considered the legacies of our prime ministers, past and present, to determi...

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September 23, 2014
Kiwanis donates playgrounds to Cat Island schools

A native daughter of the soil and a descendant from Dumfries and New Bight, Kiwanis Lieutenant Governor Christine King's passion for service took her beyond New Providence where she has settled the last 24 years.
It took King back to her hometown in Cat Island to give back to the children in the island's northern settlements - Dumfries and Orange Creek. She was instrumental in funding and organizi...

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