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August 20, 2015
Growth from Tragedy

In a crisis, a person can decide to have a negative attitude about it, or they can decide to have a positive attitude; they can decide to have a forward motion or backward motion.

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January 29, 2016
Gift to hospital to help care for those in need

THE Princess Margaret Hospital yesterday received four new dialysis machines and a fully-equipped mammogram workstation as a part of two unique fund raising efforts - all components Health Minister Dr Perry Gomez said would certainly aid scores of Bahamians as National Health Insurance (NHI) looms.

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October 14, 2016
A strange gift at a strange time from the opposition leader

The Bahamas is still in emergency response phase after Hurricane Matthew. The Category 4 storm caused significant damage to New Providence, Andros, Grand Bahama and the Berry Islands.

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October 10, 2012
BTC Employees Give The Gift Of Technology To The Elizabeth Estates Children's Home

Nassau, Bahamas - The children of the Elizabeth Estates Children's Home can now browse the internet for research papers, complete homework assignments, learn about other countries, play online games, and maintain their own email accounts - all in a comfortable environment. 

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March 04, 2011
400,000 gift to COB to support art students

HELEN Astarita and her husband, Ben, came to the Bahamas quite by accident more than 50 years ago. But her extraordinary donation of $400,000 to the College of the Bahamas' School of Communication and Creative Arts to support budding artists in a thriving art programme is anything but happenstance.

The largest single gift to the college specifically directed toward funding the study of art, this ...

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September 29, 2011
Students told time is a gift and not to waste it

Thousands of school children were urged to not waste time last year, by gospel recording artist Ricardo Clarke, who will once again embark on his "Wasting No Time" school campaign. During the school visits Clarke, engaged in mentoring sessions, workshops and hosted concerts as he did what he could to translate the message he wanted to in a way that the children could understand and would accept.
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October 03, 2010
Cost of stadium'gift'

"Millions in stadium contracts on the way"Nassau Guardian, Page A5, Saturday, 2nd October 2010. A recent(2nd October 2010)issue of The Nassau Guardian carried a story on page A5 outlining the need for the government to borrow fifty million dollars to finish the Oakes Field stadium and build the necessary supporting infrastructure.
So, the$30 million'gift of a stadium'to be built primarily with for...

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January 18, 2012
Deveaux: Maritime Education 'A Crucial Gift'

The Bahamas' maritime industry is one that Bahamians need to take greater ownership in, as it has already brought millions into the country.

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October 06, 2010
Gifts for Good raises a total of 40,000 for charities

Nassau, Bahamas -  AML Foods Limited, announced today
that they were successful in raising $40,000 during their recent "Gifts
for Good" program, in support of twenty local charities in New
Providence and Grand Bahama.  The program ran during the month of
August and each of the charities received $2,000. 

 

President and CEO, Gavin Watchorn said, "Although we fell short of our...

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December 28, 2011
(Photos) Boxing Day Classical Concert featuring shakuhachi master Elizabeth Reian Bennett

Freeport, Bahamas - Boxing Day afternoon was the perfect time
to relax and truly appreciate the blessings of Christmas.  

The musical recital given by Elizabeth Reian Bennett, Grand Master of the Japanese

shakuhachi

bamboo flute at the Garden of the Groves was a

true gift to those in attendance



The shakuhachi is an unusual instrument
which 'sang' pulsating music with a vib...

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