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Long before the checkered flag is waved and some of the world's fastest, hottest cars blur past, Bahamas Speed Week's economic impact is gearing up with nearly a dozen local businesses being fueled by event-related contracts for everything from catering to bleachers, sanitation to logistics.
"We are committed to ensuring that Bahamas Speed Week extends beyond recreation to the creation of spin-off...
Nassau, Bahamas - The Rotaract
Club of East Nassau, a community service organization comprised of young
professionals, recently directly impacted the lives of six children by enabling
them to continue playing the sport that they love.
The six future soccer superstars
all play for the Insurance Management Bears, managed by fellow Rotarian Hope
Sealey. The sponsorship, at a cost of $175 per child, ...
Nassau, Bahamas - How often does
a group of young professionals under the age of 30 help plan and execute a
second successful fundraising event that has raised nearly $100,000 for charity
over two years? Not often, but that's precisely what the Rotaract Club of East
Nassau, along with their sponsoring Rotary Club (East Nassau), has done.
"Masqued", was a masquerade ball-themed fundrais...
Two of the greatest legends in women's tennis history along with two former number one ranked players in the world, are going to face off against each other in an epic doubles match, at the 2nd Bahamas Open in New Providence, on Sunday March 11, at the Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association's (BLTA) National Tennis Center.
Martina Navratilova, considered to be one of the best women tennis player of all-t...
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...
A bounced check of almost $10,000 and disconnected telephone service at Club Land'or are just some of the latest signs of financial trouble at the Paradise Island property.
After finally producing several long-awaited checks owed to employees from salary deductions taken but never deposited to their credit union, the property is now unable to make good on that effort. That's due to the absen...
Earth Day, 2012. Looking back over the last 24 years, we are proud to
see that we were able to reach many students and teachers in the
Northern Bahamas as well as members of the public. From the first 2nd
grade class that we addressed in 1988 on Climate change and Ozone
Depletion to the teens we meet in 2012 who are empowered by the
Governor's General Youth A...
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 ...
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...