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Saturday 12th November 2011 7:00 PM
Be Humane The Bahamas Humane Society Under the distinguished patronage of his excellency. The Honorable Sir Arthur Foulkes, Governor General of the Bahamas. The Bahamas humane society cordially invites you to attend the "Annual Ball" This legendary event includes: An elegant cocktail hour with all top-shelf brands, A five-course gourmet dinner with your selection of wine, Open bar all night in the ballroom foyer, 2 fantastic bands for non-stop dancing, An exciting in-house raffle featuring first class airline tickets to an exotic destination A silent auction offering amazing deals on travel, jewelry and luxury goods. Tickets are $275 per person and our tables comfortably seat 12 persons. Saturday, November 12th, 2011 the British Colonial Hilton Hotel Bay street, Nassau, the Bahamas Cocktails: 7pm/ Dinner: 8:30pm Donations: $275 Dress Black Tie For tickets, call Ruth Cleare: 324-1366 or Betty sands: 393-1797
Saturday 11th June 2011 10:00 AM
11th June, 2011 10: 00 a.m. National Art Gallery of the Bahamas Tickets are $100 per person Join Art Guide Jon Murray for a one-of-a-kind special art tour of four of The Bahamas' most successful Bahamian Artist's Studios. Get unequaled access to the private working spaces of accomplished artists John Beadle, John Cox, Tyrone Ferguson and Antonius Roberts. This informative tour will take you behind the scenes into their inner sanctums where they will explain their process and their work. Wine and delicious refreshments will be served. Space is very limited. To RSVP or to get more information, call Tel: (242) 676-6938 or (242) 431-8964 or email at email@example.com.
Pointing out that the Hope Town district handed over $5.4 million in revenue to the central government last year, Sweeting called the move to cut the local government's budget deeply "shameful". The reduction in funding was made known to the council on Monday.
The Hope Town District Council will be given $254,656.16 annually to run the affairs of Hope Town, Man-O-War Cay, Great Guana Cay and surrounding cays, including Tilloo Cay, Lubber's Quarters, Scotland Cay and Baker's Bay...
ALICE TOWN, Bimini -- Anglers at the Wahoo Smackdown IV Tournament in Bimini found and slammed over 27 fish, with 'Ditch Digger', captained by Manny Legakis, claiming $6,500 including first place honors with 121.01 total pounds of Wahoo caught, and second place for 'Heaviest Fish'. In that category, 'Ditch Digger' was edged out by 'Fishless' out of Miami, Florida.
'Fishless' Captain Carolos Martinez weighed in the tournament's largest Wahoo at 47.90 pounds, with 'Ditch Digger' weighing in 47.30 pounds. 'Real Truckin' out of La Belle, Florida, captained by Alex Newman, finished third in the category with 43.03 pounds.
According to Tournament Director Chase Camacho, payouts were just short of $25,000 and another $10,000 in prizes was awarded.
"We had a great show of boats and anglers and combined with the competition and camaraderie was two days of high spirits, great food and hospitality at one of the world's most famous fishing destinations courtesy of the Bimini Big Game Club Resort & Marina," Camacho said.
Tournament sponsors include Southern Wine & Spirits, Tito's Vodka, Sand's Brewery, G&G Shipping, Blue Coast Company, Ecoboats, Florida Yacht Interiors, Pantropic Power, King Sailfish Mounts, Blue Moon Co., Hooters, ROFF's, Bows and Bost Lures just to name a few.
Coming to Bimini April 24-27, is the Super Bowl of billfishing, a stellar squad of National Football League (NFL) Hall of Famers and legends for a one-of-a-kind tournament, matching the country's best anglers against former greats from the NFL for some hard-hitting blue water action.
With 11 Hall of Famers and six NFL legends scheduled to appear, the Hall of Fame Celebrity Billfish Invitational will feature over $250,000 in prizes, a tremendous gift bag per angler, and the opportunity to fish with a pro football Hall of Fame player or NFL legend.
A collection of 40 photographic portraits of men and women from all walks of life, who together represent the heart, soul and spirit of the Bahamian character, will be unveiled at the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas on July 11 as part of the 40th Anniversary of Independence celebrations.
Called the Bahamian Collection, the exhibit is the result of the first year of the Bahamian Project and will be opened by the Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes and Lady Foulkes. The portraits will remain in the gallery on West Hill Street for three months. Both the opening night and the continuing exhibition are open to the public...