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Bahama Island - Lucaya International School is proud to announce its
annual favorite fundraiser, the
Fishing Fling Tournament on May 27th.
Fishing can begin at 6:00am, weigh-in from 6:30-8:30pm, followed by a
celebration of the day's catches at our Splash Bash! Come to fish,
party, or both! The festivities will take place at the GB Sailing Club,
and will include a cash bar, dinner and dancing. Bring your party shoes
along with your rod and reel!
This year we are thrilled to
announce Jamie Rose, of OBS Marine Ltd. as our Tournament Director. In
addition to a grand cash prize, winners will have a chance to win
merchandise prizes from OBS...
Wednesday 23rd April 2014
John's Shoes Accessories is taking you to: "Exuma National Family Island Regatta." When: April 23-26, 2014 An Easter break filled with LOTS of excitement. SEE FLYER FOR VARIOUS DAYS AND TIMES FOR DEPARTURES
Amy Chua makes me smile. Perhaps it’s because I have heard tales of being whipped with the brown drop cord or chapped by your ma with a high heel shoe. Or maybe it’s ‘cause I’ve been burned with an iron by my big sister when I annoyed her. Maybe it’s because I have witnessed the plaiting of a tamarind switch or because I watched a boyhood friend of mine pounded with a broom by his grandmother (he was laughing the whole time). We Bahamians are infamous for “disciplining” our kids. Many a time I’ve watched Bahamian adults twitching as my sons scream and fall on the floor as if demon possessed. I know full well that if ...
Sunday 24th June 2012 7:00 PM
Eurhythmics Dance Studio presents: "Rock Your Body" Sunday, June 24, 2012 | 7pm Rainforest Theatre, Crystal Palace Tickets: $25 Available at the studio Rosetta Street, Palmdale (West of john's Shoe Store) Rock Your Body 18th Annual Dance Production PH: 394-1822, 436-0306 Under the direction of Gabriella Szabo, the Eurhythmics Dance Studio proudly presents its 18th Annual Dance Production: "ROCK YOUR BODY" on Sunday, June 24th at 7pm at the Rainforest Theatre, Crystal Palace Casino, Nassau. It will be a show filled with lots of surprises and exciting dance numbers that you don't want to miss.
They’re young, beautiful and talented! Eleven young ladies with more than enough confidence to go after $30,000 in scholarship funds will hit the stage on Sunday, May 1 in hopes of being crowned Miss Bahamas Talented Teen.
The teenagers, who all come from different walks of life, believe they are worthy of the title and have something special to offer to go with that role model position.
Striving for excellence and uplifting the youth is the focus of this year’s unique scholarship pagaent, under the theme “SHOES — Sisters Having Opportunities for Excellence and Success.”
Bahamas Talented Youth Organization coordinator Sonovia Pierre, who is hers ...
Defending champion Simon Lowe is hoping to recover from a broken collarbone suffered seven weeks ago to defend his Pineapple-a-thon title on June 2.
The Pineapple-a-thon triathlon covers a 500-meter swim in the beautiful Gregory Town cove, 11 kilometers (k) of hilly biking and a 5k run. Lowe, 29, one of the stars of the growing sport in The Bahamas, set the course record a year ago, in his first-ever pineapple-a-thon. This year, he is just easing back into the sport after the fluke injury that occurred after his shirt got caught in his front wheel.
"I started biking and running again about two weeks ago," Lowe said via Facebook. "I still have not tried any swimming since the accident so I will just have to wing that. My cycling and running is coming back quite fast."
Lowe edged three-time defending champion Ken Bots of Port Orange, Florida, last year winning the race in 52 minutes and 37 seconds. The Pineapple-a-thon course is renowned for 'The Hill' that riders climb four times in the saddle and twice in their running shoes.
"I try to incorporate as much hill training as possible into my routine," Lowe said. "It's not easy in Nassau but I do a bit of bridge running between Nassau and Paradise Island and try and hit the hills around Love Beach on my bike."
The race is part of the annual Pineapple Fest's slate of activities and hopes to match or eclipse last year's record turnout of 37 racers. Racers compete in men's, women's and team divisions for prizes donated by Pineapple Air, Sands Beer, Rainbow Inn, Island Touch Massage, and the Laughing Lizard Café.
Lowe, who also won the inaugural UWC Triathlon in New Providence last September and is a former Conchman Champion (Grand Bahama), said: "I love Eleuthera for many reasons. The relaxed vibe and friendliness of the locals is always a treat. I'm really looking forward to the Pineapple Fest. I had a great time at that event last year."
Also, UWC women's champion Alana Rodgers is expected to compete in her first pineapple-a-thon, and Tennessee native and long-time Eleutheran Abe McIntyre said he's in training for his record sixth pineapple-a-thon.
"Little" Boss moved in on Boxing Day, an adorable, small
golden, Potcake who at the time could have easily "passed" as a Labrador puppy...Granted
he was a tad skinny, and his tail was kind of crazy long, and well his paws
were, huh...a little on the wide side!
Maybe a bell should have rung, but it didn't!
Those cute little baby teeth, sharp as miniature razors,
busily chomped into every dog biscuit, bone, toy, a few pair of shoes
(foolishly left lying around by yours truly), and anything else he could lay
his ever-growing paws on !
food disappeared into his small tummy...
Friday 6th July 2012 9:00 AM
Learn the art of Total Football from The Dutch Masters at the BFA YOUTH SOCCER CAMP with Coach Roy Wilhelm of the Dutch School and his all Dutch Staff. July 2nd - 6th, 2012 9.00am - 1.00pm BFA NATIONAL CENTER FOR FOOTBALL DEVELOPMENT Baillou Hill Sporting Complex OPEN TO: Boys and Girls Aged U9 - U17 COST: $125.00 REGISTER EARLY! as only the FIRST 90 Children to register will be accepted. DONT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY! For More Info Contact Bahamas Football Association Phone: 322-4343 All participants are ask to : 1. Bring and use lots of Sun Screen 2. Be on Time 3. Bring proper equipment; shoes, shin guards etc 4. The correct attire is white shirt, black shorts and black or white socks. Also, please remember to bring EXTRA HYDRATION. Click HERE to fill out registration form. The deadline for registration is June 29, 2012. From left to right, Coach Roy Wilhelm, Thymen Rundbberg, Peter Reijn, Tim Van Bladel and Pieter-Jan Scheerlinck
Saturday 2nd March 2013 10:00 AM
The Shoe Village Tent Sale Save up To 75 Off Selected Shoes At the Back Door Madeira Shopping Plaza Store Only! Nor Refunds. No Exchanges. Cash Only! In- Store Sale on selected items and last pairs at All Shoe Village Locations! 3Days Only Thursday, Friday and Saturday February 28 Thru March 2 The Shoe Village Harbour Bay Shopping Plaza 393 2224 Madiera Shopping Plaza 328-0703 Mall Marathon 393-6113 The South West Plaza, Carmichael Road 341-2810 RND Plaza, Freeport 351-6113
It's all about attitude!
If you have what it takes to rip the runway then Yodephy Dance and Modeling School will host a walkout with the winner participating in an international fashion show and compete for dance and modeling scholarships.
The model search and walkout will be staged at the Mall at Marathon on Saturday, February 4 at 3 p.m. Garraway will be looking for three candidates - two will win one-year scholarships to Yodephy, and one will be flown to Bermuda to participate in the "Some Like it Hot" fashion show at the Fairmont South Hampton Princess Hotel by Mario Dismont from Spectrum Productions on Saturday, April 6.
As long as they have a passion for the art they are the perfect candidates for the event says organizer Phyllis Garraway, co-owner of Yodephy.
"I am excited about the event and can't wait to see the talent coming our way. It's important to get everyone involved and not just Yodephy students. Whether candidates win or not young girls interested in this field need to have this experience under their belt. It's about confidence and being beautiful."
While the first segment to win the scholarship is open to all participants - no matter the height or experience, the second and more highly anticipated part of the show for the international fashion show invites models five feet, nine inches or taller with modeling experience to compete for the opportunity to rip the runway internationally.
"This is an experience of a lifetime," says Garraway. "It is not a competition. It's just an opportunity we want to give a lucky young lady who meets our requirements and has a special flare that cannot be ignored. This winner will be paid $1,500 for participating in the international fashion show and receive airfare to and from Bermuda, and hotel accommodations will be covered. She will also have a per diem of $150 to spend on the trip," says Garraway. "She will be able to fly in a day or two before the competition to see the country itself and really take advantage of flying so far. This is a wonderful opportunity. And the beauty of this is that all the young ladies who are interested have to do is show up on Saturday and show us what they can do."
Garraway says the upcoming walkout is something that both the more privileged and the less fortunate dreamer can aspire to winning because this competition is based on talent alone.
"There are so many talented and tall young ladies who can really make it in the field of modeling with training and they just need a push. This is why we are hosting this event so we can gauge what is out there and give scholarships and opportunities to the young lady who wouldn't have had a chance otherwise."
The organizer advises all girls to come with attitude because the competition will be fierce. She urges them to do their best to stand out because even if they have never had any experience on the runway before, their personality and passion will shine through.
To properly enter this competition young ladies have to wear skinny leg or regular jeans, white shirts/blouses and pumps. The walkout is open to young ladies from the age of five to adult. Little girls can wear ordinary shoes with a height their parents find appropriate.
For those interested in participating in the event, call 557-2614 or 394-6209.
When: Saturday, February 4
Where: The Mall at Marathon
Time: 3 p.m.