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behalf of the Executives, Advisors and Members Organizations of the Bahamas
National Youth Council (BNYC), we would like to express our deepest sympathy to
the family of the late Charles T. Maynard, former Minister of Youth,
Sports and Culture and former Member of Parliament of the Golden Isles
Minister, Mr. Maynard was indeed a great supporter and believer in the BNYC, he
Charles Maynard was described as a warrior of the youth, avid Junkanooer, family man and a rising political star during an emotional funeral service at Christ Church Cathedral yesterday.
His widow, Zelena, was in tears for most of the near four-hour long service as she held their young daughter Charnae close.
Maynard's parents, Andrew 'Dud' Maynard and Isadora Maynard, his other daughters and the ...
Nassau,The Bahamas - Former Member of Parliament and Cabinet Minister the Hon. Charles Maynard, was saluted as a political leader, a statesman and a
man who gave sacrificial service to his country.
Let's go down memory lane today and take a look at Charles W. Major Sr.
The high success rate of Bahamian athletes at institutions in the United States is now quite common.
After 39 years, the man who led the church with the motto, The Church with an Open Door -- Salem Union Baptist Church, has passed on God's baton.
Reverend Charles W. Saunders was celebrated at a retirement service at the Taylor Street church on Sunday, May 19, known as Pentecost Sunday. He was told as he went off into retirement that he was simply headed into a brand new season.
According to Mount...
A MAN was sentenced to eight years in prison after changing his plea to guilty during the continuation of his armed robbery trial yesterday.
Moments after Justice Indra Charles delivered a ruling concerning a legal issue that was debated in the absence of the jury, 31-year-old Frederick Green, of Carmichael Road, announced to the court that he wished to change his plea...
As a former constituent of the late Charles Maynard, I would like Dr. Hubert Minnis and the FNM council members to know how pleased and happy I am with the memorial tribute for Charles that aired on television. Also, in the newspapers, the pictures and the FNM members in Abaco, they made for a moving tribute...