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- Genre : Action, Adventure, Thriller
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A 16-year-old who was raised by her father to be the perfect assassin is dispatched on a mission across Europe, tracked by a ruthless intelligence agent and her operatives....
Wednesday 19th August 2009 8:00 PM
Hey Everyone, please join us on WED for Express Yourself. Bring your talent make sure it's hot not whack...This week's featured singer Willis [Illest Band] featured also is ENV- super hero swagger!!! featured poet [SINCERE & Garret Carey] featured painter [Carla Campbell] EXpress Yourself has featured- Manifest, Bodine, Anku Sa Ra, Club Super Death, Nakia Pearson, Kamilla Gibson, Irate, B'Marie, DJ Counsellor, Baigon,Bigetty, Cyeon Fox, Lyrically Blessed, B'Marie... and a host of great spoken word poets including Obediah Michael Smith,Dawn Hanna Michelle Hannah, Xan-Xi Bethel, Daria Delancey , Nicolette Bethel, Rolinda Pierre, Professa, CRAB and many others... You never know who you might see...come out and share in the rebelution!!! PS- This week's show will be streamed live from the HUB for our international audience or for you at home.......stay tuned for more info... Rap Battle- send us your names prize $50 Host: Express Yourself What: Music/Arts - Performance Price: $5 [five dollars] Start Time: August 19th at 8:00pm End Time: August 19th at 11:30pm Where: The Hub, Bay Street For more information, contact 242-465-8692 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Latoya Hanna-Moxey is a woman who's used to wearing many hats -- corporate diva, mother, chandler and now fashion designer -- with the recent launch of her swimwear line Minka. You can call her a maven of all trades, entering into the world of entrepreneurship with Maven Candles, her line of handmade soy-based candles launched in 2009.
Funeral Service for the Late Sylvinia Maxine Murray, 82 years of Palmetto Village, will be held on Saturday June 11th, 10:00 a.m. at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Shirley Street.
Fr. Mel Taylor O.S.B. will officiate. Interment will follow in the Catholic Cemetery, Tyler Street.
Left to cherish the so many wonderful memories are: Her beloved husband: Charles Livingston Murray; Daughters: Vivian Murray, Andra Major and Bernadette Murray; Sons: Frederick, Andrew, Rudolph, Derick and Terry Murray; Grandchildren: Neil RayMurray,Tanya McCarrol, Janessa and Alexis Murray, Tenielle Deveaux, Nicky Adderley, Debbie Andrea Murray, Nadia and Natalya Beneby,T'rhea, Tylah, Nelson and Akari Murray, Kandi Evans; Great- grandchildren: Mary, Zoe and Luke McCarrol Lincoln, Zion and Joshua Adderley, Paris Lockhart, Andre Murray, Garren, Hanna & Samuel Evans, Duane and Aidan Gibson, Xavier Murray; sisters: Rowena Thompson, Camile Bain; sisters-in-law: Maureen Pustam, Emeline Murray, Inez Johnson, Mary Lightbourne; brothers-in-law: Mecal Bain, Bertram Murray, Frederick Murray; daughters-in-law: Gaynell Murray, Sharon Murray, Rhonda Murray; nieces: Jill Wallace, Valencia Bain, Michelle and Yvette Fergusonn Josephine Smith//Bridget & Tanya Murray, Renee Bethel, Pamela Rahming, Annette Lunn,//Monique Hanna, Michelle Pustam, Makayla Gulley.//Yael Walcott,// Brenda Alleyne, Edeen, Kirklyn & Ruthdeen Farquharson; nephews: Patrick Christopher, Kenneth, Bernard, Jack , Stephen Thompson,//Lofton & Jevon Johnson, Colin Wells, //Bertram Murray Jr.,//Warren Pustam// Brian Hamilton, Duane , Douglas and Kirshna Murray // Daniel & Ronald Farquharson; Numerous Grand Nephews & Nieces including: Patrick Jr., Alexandria, Chrischelle, Kenneth Jr., Cherisse, Chenard, Samantha, Bernard Jr., Jermaine, Sherell, Stephen Jr., Shavado & Shauntae Thompson, Shewanesh Taylor, Latoya Thompson, Alicia & Alan Wallace Jr.// Jakeisha, Jayuan, Chad, Jay'Nea, Jay'Koi, Jay'Den,Jay'Nel, Jay'Nya, Jay'Nye, De'Andre, Precious, Shavone, Camile, Javon , Anton, Jevon Jr., Jada Johnson, Theodore & Shavonda Outler, Ronneil Farquharson, Genell Alexis, Rita & Michael Aluren and Aleyne, Edmund Farquharson Jr., Deshawnna, Danniel,Donald & Melonina Powell, Yolanda Heard, Kirk & Rita Johnson, Winston and Shantell Whylly, Lauren, Warren and Clement Ferguson, Kelecia Smith, Amani Stuart, Syndi Wells Tabitha & Alexius Henderson, Shawn, Philtrina & Daniel Faquharson Jr., Alexis & Anthony Patterson, Cierra and Champion Reese; Caregivers: Pamella Bethel, Maxine Farrington, Wilma Rolle; Other Relatives and Friends including: Austin Murray,Sandra Phillip, Roderica Thompson & family,Barbara Sweeting and family, Pat Gomez & family, Janey Bethell & family, Delita Turnquest and family, Jhavon Sands, Keirra and Keitra Gordon, Conchise and Sabria Thompson, Keith Gordon, Alan Wallace Sr., the Smith family, Michael Nottage and family, The Deal family,Gregory Taylor and family, Valarie Thompson and family, Bernard Mortimer and family, The Pratt family, Trina Livingston , Rose Edgecombe and family, Carolyn Parris & family, Jeff Beneby and family, Gerald and Marie Strachan and family. Special Thanks To: Father Mel Taylor,O.S.B., and Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Father Thomas P. Brislin, C.P. and Holy Family Catholic Church, Dr. Agretta Eneas Carey and Dr Floyd Carter.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Kingdor Parkinson Foundation
Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, #44 Nassau Street on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.
Chermar "Hots" or "JJ" Fox, 31 yrs., a resident of Carrot Road, Winton Meadows & formerly of John Road, died at his residence on 25 April, 2012.
He is survived by his mother: Nenia Fox; father: Charles Fox; 2 sisters: Cherez Fox-McKenzie & Cherdaria Fox & a host of other relatives & friends.Funeral Services for the late Chermar Denaldo Eric "Hotz" "J.J." Fox, age 31 of Carrot Road, Winton Meadows will be held at St. Agnes Anglican Church, Baillou Hill Road on Saturday May, 12th at 11 a.m. Officiating will be Archdeacon I. Ranfurly Brown assisted by Fr. Neil Nairn. Interment will be in St. Agnes Cemetery, Nassau, Street.
He is survived by his :
PARENTS: Charles and Nenia Fox.
SISTERS: Cherez Fox-McKenzie and Cherdaria Fox.
NIECES: Cherdae Fox, Tyiesha and Andrea McKenzie.
BROTHER-IN-LAW: Tyrone McKenzie
GREAT-GRAND AUNTS: Lillymae Ray and Annabell Taylor of Miami, Florida, Lorna Sweeting, Carnetta Lee, Blanche and Ethlyn Morley.
GRAND-UNCLES: Harris and Samuel Morley.
AUNTS: Blanche Butler, Shirley Fowler,Erica Fox-Lightbourne, Fredericka Fox-Wallace and L. Michelle Fox.
UNCLES: Wellington, McFarlin and Clement Fowler and Lewis Colebrooke,Oswald "Haggie" Lightbourne.
ADOPTED AUNTS: Brenda Ferguson, Cynthia Rolle, Kayla Smith, Florinda Lowe, Michelle Dykens, Sandra Smith, Dorinda Hanna, Edris Roberts, Dorothy Brennen and Rose Cartwright.
ADOPTED UNCLES: Cleophas Johnson, Peter Eneas, Wendal Smith, Mervin Smith and Willis Bain.
A HOST OF OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS INCLUDING: Special friend Wensilie Huyler, Stephanie Cargil and family, Anishka Lewis and family, Tamicka and Nadia Fowler and family, Dion Bullard, Terhern, Atwell, Deanza and Demetrius, Anwar and Terico McKinney and Brett Gibson. Anton and Marvin Mitchell, Clara King, Anitra, Tanico, Ternia, Julian, Tanishka and Lewis Colebrooke, Mia Rolle and family,Whitfield Bain and Family, Mario, Christopher, Doral, Bruce, George, Micheal Butler of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Jermaine and Kevin Smith, Jeffrey Knowles and family, Joyce Moncur and family,Selwin Estwick and family, Rosalie Davis, the Gittens, Rolle, Reckley and Ferguson families and the entire Bain Town community, the Winton Meadows and Carrot Road family, Samuel Strachan and family, Victor Bain and family, Cyril Gibson, Suzzette Pinder, Cheryl Watkins and family, Percy 'Vola' Francis and the Shell Saxon SuperStars' family, Ruthmae Hanna and family of High Rock, Grand Bahama Pinder family of High Rock Grand Bahama, Candricka Ferguson, Crystal Brooks, Treasurer and Staff, Public Treasury Department, Permanent Secretary and staff, Ministry of Foriegn Affairs, Financial Secretary and Staff, Ministry of Finance and Management and Staff of the Water and Sewerage Corporation, Goldie Ranger and Staff of Variety Disposable Goods, Ernest McKenzie and family. Jonathan Rolle and family, Stephen, Arianne and Pinka Rolle and family and many others too numerous to mention.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. untl service time.
Funeral Service for the late Mother Berenus Loretta Cargill affectionately called "Titta and T.D" age 76 years of Mastic Point, Andros will be held on Sunday May 20th, 2012 at 10:30am at Cathedral of Olive, Morgan Bluff Drive, Andros. Officiating will be Bishop Philemon Wilson D.D. J.P. assisted by Bishop John Humes, Bishop Lewis Adderley, Elder Breacham Brennen and other ministers. Interment will follow in South Mastic Point Cemetery, Mastic Point, Andros.
Cherished memories will forever and always linger in the hearts of those she left behind, namely her devoted husband: Pastor Prince Cargill; daughter: Evang. Valderine Burrows; sons: Tommy, Danny, Pastor Lynden Cargill and Pastor Manix Cargill; Son-in-law: Wilfred Burrows; Daughter-in-law: Min. Bernadette Cargill; Adopted daughters: Vernamae Knowles; Phyllis Bain; Lavern Moxey; Cathy Martin; Helen Smith; Gwen Penigan; Loretta Farrington, Marie Adderley; Adopted Sons: Bishop Mark Knowles; Lorenzo Harris, Steve Hanna; Grand children: Sinatra, Lenthius, Valdez, Cordero, Laval, Lenora and Amanda Burrows, Cornelius and Carrington Thompson, Nickoya, Torry, Toran, Lynden Jr., Tameiko, and Jeremiah Cargill; Great grand children: Jada Burrows, Kyle Thompson; Sisters: Idell Reckley, Marionetta Smith, Doretta Jackson (California), and Ruthmae Francis; Brothers: Cardinal, Jonathan, Charlie and Bradley Fowler; Sister-in- laws: Karen, Linda, Bridgette, Beulahmae Fowler, Julia Hanna, Perlene Russell, Catherine Minnus, Gina Newton, Esther Cargill; Brother-in-laws: Edwin Francis, John Cargill; Aunt: Maria Martin; Numerous nieces and nephews including Derek Oliver, Angela Bowen, Dennis Smith, Meredith Miller, Lisa Bonaby, Vander Williams, Bridgette Beneby, Leading Seaman Dwayne McGregor, Edwin Jr. Stacy , Odesa Francis, Robertha Stuart, Paula Josey, Diann, Stacy Hanna, Michelle McGregor, Nadia and Marlin Turner, Sharmaine Evans, Darilyn Grant, Mevatta Cox, Carla, Lashanta and Berkley Fowler, Sophia Russell, Samantha Smith, Delareese Smith-Styles; Other relatives and friends including: Althea Sands, Isolene Rolle, Vernita Russell and family, Edgburt Tinker, Melsine Dorsett and family, Mary Rolle and family, Leanza Hanna, Ivy Ferguson and family, Diana Beneby and family, Ellen Bowleg and family, Pastor Max Roberts and family, Bishop Lewis Adderley and family, Pastor Samuel Fowler and family, Pastor Carl Oliver and family, Pastor Reginald Ferguson and family, Pastor Phillip Campbell and family, Carlton Bowleg and family, Lenard Newton and family, Agatha Cleare and family, Bertha Burrows and family, Uris Dames and family, Sis. Bodie and family, Ms. Turnquest and family, Micheal Finley and family, the Bodie family, Dorrell Higgs and family, Basil Martin and family, Deacon Alvin Burrows and family, Pastor Catherine Burrows and the Outreach Evangelic Church family, Pastor Romer and Ebenezar Church family, Roselda Woodside and family, Pastor Harold Mackey and family, Ms. McDonald and family, Derek & Iguline Oliver and family, Maude Romer and family, Mavis Gaitor and family, Pastor George Colebrooke and family, Deliverance Tabernacle family, the Prayer Band family, the Church of God family, the Colebrooke family, Bowleg family, Dr. Philip Campbell and family, Joyce Fowler and family, Bishop Charles Dean and family, Pastor Dorinda Dean and M.R.I Church family, Pearlene Simmons and family, the Ministry of Works family and many more too numerous to mention.
Viewing will be held in the Halcyon Suite at Restview Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium Ltd., Robinson and Soldier Roads, on Thursday from 10:00am to 6:00pm and again on Friday at Small Hope Church of God, Central Andros from 6:00pm to 12:00am, Saturday at Mastic Point Church of God, North Andros from 12noon to 12:00am and Sunday at 8:30am at Cathedral of Olive, Morgan Bluff Drive, Andros until service time.
Funeral Service for the Late Gloria Marie Miller, 56 years of St. Ann Crescent, off Culberts Hill, Winton Heights, will be held on Saturday March 31st, 11:00 a.m. at New Covenant Baptist Church, East-West Highway. Bishop Simeon Hall assisted by Associate Pastors of New Covenant Baptist Church will officiate. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Memorial Gardens, Soldier Road.
Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, #34 Nassau Street on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.
THE LIFE AND TIMES OF
A TIME TO BE BORN
Gloria Marie was born to the parentage of Joslyn
and Priscilla Jarrett on the sixth day of May, 1955.
She was the first child from this union. "Glo", as
she was affectionately called, "glowed" in every
sense of the word. She had an excellent spirit.
She was soft-spoken, loving, humble and although
strong-willed, she always had a sweet smile and a
A TIME TO SOW
Glo's early education began at St. Mary's pre-school and continued at Oakes Field Primary which at that time was called the Base Road School. She then matriculated to J. F. K. Secondary School which was located at the site of the present H. O. Nash Junior High School. Glo always wanted to be a teacher and from early childhood she would sit her siblings, the cat and the dog down and then proceeds to "teach" them. Her love for teaching pushed her to enroll at the Teachers' Training College (now the second campus for C. C. Sweeting Secondary School). She was determined to achieve excellence in her chosen field.
Glo met Mr. Wellington Edison Miller, her "Androsian stallion", and a beautiful courtship ensued. "Welly" was indeed her soul mate. He was quiet, loving, faithful, reliable and very much in love with her. Welly strummed his box guitar and sang his way into Glo's heart. They were joined in matrimony on July 30, 1977. God blessed this union with three sons: Terru, Wellington Jr. (deceased), and Tristan Miller.
In 1978, Glo was transferred to Marsh Harbour, Abaco along with her husband, who was now an Immigration Officer. She was posted to Spring City Central High School where she taught until 1980. In 1980, she was redeployed to New Providence where she taught at S. C. McPherson Junior High school for a short time before being transferred with her husband to Inagua where she taught at the Inagua All Age School from 1980 - 1982. She was once again transferred to New Providence and in late 1982 she was redeployed to the Columbus Primary School.
At Columbus Primary, Glo headed the Remediation Program. It was here that she helped to organize the "Garden Club" which she used as a tool to effectively teach her students who were mainly kinesthetic learners. Her hard work resulted in her being blessed with the title Teacher of the Year for the Northwestern District while at Columbus Primary School.
The need to perfect the gift with which God had blessed her resulted in Glo enrolling in the College of Saint Benedict. She attended classes at the campus here in Nassau and then made the sacrifice of leaving her young family in order to complete required studies at the Minnesota Campus. In May of 1990, she received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education and proudly returned home to her family.
Glo was a teacher "par excellence" and never missed an opportunity to hone her skills. In the final stage of her career, she developed a special interest in children who had long stays in the hospital; their education became very important to her. As a result, in December 2007, she accepted the post of Principal of the Hospital School and went on to excel in that field.
Glo's desire to use all the talents that God gave her was not limited to the classroom - it was exhibited in her role as a loving, dedicated, caring and faithful wife and mother and more importantly in her love for God and faithful stewardship to her church. Glo loved the Lord. On September 12, 1982, she and Welly joined New Covenant Baptist Church one week after the church's doors opened. At that time it was located in the Chicken Unlimited building on Mackey Street. She was faithful to her church. A teacher by profession, Glo was immediately drawn to the Sunday school where she would work her way up to become the second person to be elected Sunday school superintendent. She also had a beautiful and melodious voice and loved to sing. As a result she immediately joined the choir and would later be elected President of the Senior Choir. Later, Glo would coordinate the New Covenant Early Learning Centre, join the Executive Council of the church and along with her husband, serve as co-chairman of the Marriage Ministry for four years. She was faithful to all of her assignments!
Some people have green thumbs but Glo had green fingers and toes! She could take a sprig and make it bloom. She was always in her garden - planting and singing to her flowers, the grass and the trees. Her garden is beautiful because of the songs, sun, rain and fertilizer. Her yard won the Yard of the Year Award in 2007 as a result of her gardening skills and creativity. She was a member of the Horticulture Club and the Perky Garden Club.
A TIME TO REAP
Years of dedicated service in the field of Education and faithful stewardship to her church landed Glo many awards. Some of them include:
1991 - Honored for Outstanding and Dedicated Service to the Sunday School of New Covenant Baptist Church.
2000 - honored by the Young Adults Ministry for her dedication and faithfulness.
2001 - Awarded for faithful and dedicated service to the Senior Choir of New Covenant Baptist Church.
2003 - Awarded by the Ministry of Education Primary Principal's Association for long and dedicated service.
2003 - Awarded by The Ministry of Education for special contributions as a writer of indigenous textbooks for the Bahamas.
2004 - Honored by Sunday School of New Covenant for dedication.
March 2010 - Awarded Ministry of Education's Special School Administrators Award for Principals of Hospital Schools
2004 - Along with her husband, she was awarded by Marriage Ministry of New Covenant for being most unselfish couple.
2011 - Honored by Youth Department of New Covenant for outstanding work.
2011 - Honored by The National Baptist Association for longstanding and dedicated service.
1997 - She was named Mother of The Year by her church.
A TIME FOR WAR
There will come a time in all our lives when we have to go to battle for what we hold dear. Glo strongly believed that faith that was not tested could not be trusted. She was therefore ready for the battle of her life. She began to feel peculiarities in her body that told her that something was wrong. She attended physicians locally and abroad and in February 1999, she was diagnosed with lupus. This predator began to nip away at Glo's health. Year after year her body deteriorated. Her struggle to enjoy more well days was great as she was in and out of the hospital. Yet, her faith in God remained steadfast and her spirit grew stronger. Her valiant struggle became a living testimony of unwavering faith. As the years passed, the lupus took its toll and she could no longer do many of the things that she enjoyed. She was no longer able to sing or work in her garden. Her husband and sons formed a triangle of love, support and comfort around her through the painful and sleepless nights. When asked how she was doing, Glo would always declared, "It is well." This was a testimony not to her physical health but to the condition of her immortal soul. Through all the changing seasons of her life, Glo never failed to give God praise.
Left to celebrate her wonderful legacy and exemplary life are Husband: Mr. Wellington Edison Miller; Sons: Terru and Tristan Miller; Adopted Sons: Andre Seymour, Matthew Rolle, Rekeno Johnson, Rashad Thompson, Avard Cargill, Avery Cargill, Keith Thompson and Dwayne Lowers; Adopted Daughter: Jessica Hanna; Daughter-in-Law: Michelle Seymour; Mother: Mrs. Priscilla Jarrett; Sisters: Joy Rahming, June Penn, Christine and Eleanor Jarrett; Brothers: Dennis Jarrett, Joslyn Jarrett Jr., Carl Jarrett; God Children: Lanna Rolle, Alexia Nottage, Aaron Francis, Tiffany Francis, Kayliesha St. Cyr and Ellesha Daniels; Aunts: Leah Rolle and Leona Hepburn; Grandaunt: Lean Stubbs; Uncles: Kemuel Hepburn, Ezra and Wellington Hepburn
Granduncle: J. J. Stubbs; Sisters-in-Law: Grace Jarrett, Panchita, Rosa, Doretha and Erma Miller, Gertrude Pedican and Isadora McQuay; Brothers-in-Law: Vince and Charles Miller, Ernie Pedican, Ralph Adderley, Rudyard Penn and Patrick Rahming.
Nieces: Kimarrah Rahming, Raquel Penn,Leotha Debbie, Charlene. Linda. Paula, Jennifer, Necree, Donna,Jan, Goldie,Cheryl, Danise, Dominic, Demara,Nyoshie, Lynn, Dale, Tanisha and Shenequa; Grandnieces: Merchante Rahming, Trevette, Treva.
Niece-in-Law: Monteria Rahming; Nephews: Udahrae Rahming, Dennis Jr., Jerome, Tyrone, Kirk, Wayde, Ronnie, Edward, Shayne, Oscar, Troy, Brent, Travis, Darren, Theo, Waden, Liston, Alfred Jr., Zendall, Jerry and Allan; Grandnephews: Trevor Jr.
Cousins: Carolyn Hanna ,Malita, Jennifer, Ingrid, Claudia, Denise, Laontyna, Franz and Father Dwight Rolle. Other Relatives: Phipatoya, Lasheca, D'Adron, Garkeno, Indalisha, Dolly, Icelyn, Alphonso, Pastor Kirklyn Smith and the Smith Family; Maudline, Aranah, Iklyn, Mr. Harvey and Mrs. Roselda Woodside and all of the Woodside family; Mr. Carlton and Mary Bowleg; Mr. Zack and Mrs. Sharon Francis and Family; And friends of the family: Mrs. Maedawn Munroe and family; Mrs. Valencia Nottage and Family; Mr. and Mrs. Berkley and Partice Chisolm and family; Mr. and Mrs. Val and Marie Coley, and family, Pastor Willamae Braynen, Mrs. Evangeline Penn and family, Dr. Dionne Dames-Rahming,Mrs. Maltese Davis, Mrs. Nellie Walkes, Mr. and Mrs. Errol Bethel, Mr. and Mrs. Haldor Russell, Mr. John Ford and Family of Inagua, The Adderley Family of Inagua,, Mr. Elon and Shirley Arnette and family, Mr. Peuchler Jean, Mrs. Elicia Richards, Mr. Ronald and Cleomi Sutherland and family, Mr. Harold and Mrs. Carol Dorsette and Family, Lester and Shirley Farrington and Family and Mrs. Katherine Brown and Family. All the Farrington Road Family including: the Dean, Smith, Woodside, Eneas, and Sands Families, Maxine Daxon, Kim Hanna, Mr. Roy and Mrs. Arementhia Hanna, Delores Ferguson, Eloise Mackey, Lucianne Sturrup, Marsha Deveaux, Karen St. Cyr, Patrick and Debbie Johnson, Sherman and Royanna Swann (from Abaco), Clover Pratt, Yvonne Heath, Mary Moxey, Veronica Micklewhite, Sylvia Bethel, Martha Dean, Jacqueline Burrows, Barbara Burrows, Mavis Miller, Dorothy Darville, Tommy and Mizpah Smith and family, Barbara Johnson and Family, Cheryl Minnis and all the other teachers and friends. Church Family: Bishop Simeon and Minister Linda Hall and the entire membership of New Covenant Baptist Church especially the Senior Choir and Sunday School; Mrs. Beverly Beneby and Family, Mrs. Helen Thompson, Ethel Farrington, Sybil Taylor, Tyrone Miller, Whitlen Dorsette, Herbert Cash II, Chris Mullings, and The Sunday School Department.
The Bahamas Olympic Committee, The Amateur Boxing Federation of the Bahamas and all other Sporting Federations and Associations of the Bahamas, all the doctors and nurses on the third and fourth floors of Doctors Hospital, Dr. Vincent Nwosa, Dr. Kevin Moss, The Perky Garden Club, the Horticulture Garden Club; and others too numerous to mention.