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New Student Service Club Chartered at Columbus Primary
November 08, 2013
New Student Service Club Chartered at Columbus Primary

EarlyAct Club sponsored by the Rotary Club of South East Nassau...

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March 17, 2011
More work to be done

There has been much good work over many years to expand opportunities for and better integrate disabled Bahamians into the broader community. Various individuals and charitable organizations are noteworthy for their contributions in this important work.
Among the aforementioned are organizations such as Abilities Unlimited, the Bahamas National Council for Disability, the Bahamas Association for t...

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Pilot Club of Freeport Continues its Service of Excellence
June 18, 2012
Pilot Club of Freeport Continues its Service of Excellence

The Pilot Club of Freeport will chart what it has termed “an adventurous course through service” with the installation of its new slate of officers for 2012/2013.
The 33-year-old service club held its installation dinner Saturday night at the Taino by the Sea Restaurant.

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Passengers fully using the services of Lignum Club at LPIA
January 21, 2016
Passengers fully using the services of Lignum Club at LPIA

Passengers traveling through the Domestic/International Terminal at Lynden Pindling International Airport are finding that the newly-opened Lignum Club is meeting all their expectations as they await flights to their respective destinations.

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T.G. Glover Primary welcomes school supply donation from the Rotary Club of East Nassau
September 11, 2009
T.G. Glover Primary welcomes school supply donation from the Rotary Club of East Nassau

NASSAU, Bahamas -- Representatives from the Rotary Club of East Nassau visited T.G. Glover Primary School bearing generous gifts of school supplies and back packs for the children. The supplies included twelve cases of back to school material for writing and craft supplies.

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Christmas Message from PM Hubert Ingraham
December 26, 2009
Christmas Message from PM Hubert Ingraham

Throughout the Christian world Christmas is the happiest of religious celebrations. Here in The Bahamas it is eagerly anticipated as a time for family gathering, religious services and Junkanoo. I wish to extend best wishes to Bahamians everywhere and to all those visiting with us at this time of year a very Merry Christmas.

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Rotary Donates Bloodmobile to the Bahamas Island Blood Mobile Destined to Save Lives
April 26, 2010
Rotary Donates Bloodmobile to the Bahamas Island Blood Mobile Destined to Save Lives

The two local blood banks at the Princess Margaret Hospital and Doctors Hospital in the Bahamas are the proud recipients of a new state of the art bloodmobile destined to travel around the Bahamas and family islands to collect blood donations and ultimately save lives. All of the blood collected from donations will be shared equally between the two local hospital blood banks

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Fifteenth Annual International Cultural Festival set for October 16-17
September 10, 2010
Fifteenth Annual International Cultural Festival set for October 16-17

The stage has been set for the 15th Annual International Cultural Festival in the Botanical Gardens from October 16 to 17, 2010.

Under the auspices of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration, the event will showcase the diverse culture of countries around the world from natives living in The Bahamas.

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Antique car show at Arawak Cay
September 11, 2010
Antique car show at Arawak Cay

New cars, old cars, loud cars and two-wheelers were all on show at the 25th annual Antique Car show and Steakout at Arawak Cay.

The show is collaboration between the Antique Auto Club of The Bahamas and the Kiwanis Club of Cable Beach. Funds from the show go towards two scholarships at CoB and to the Ranfurly Home for Children. Volunteers raise money selling lunch tickets and soliciting donatio...

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Hurricane damaged home gets makeover
December 23, 2010
Hurricane damaged home gets makeover

After sustaining major hurricane damage six years ago, Violet Butterfield's home in Eight Mile Rock received a complete makeover just in time for Christmas.

The Grand Bahama Port Authority Volunteers, a newly formed service club comprising more than 100 company employees, spent four weeks renovating Ms Butterfield's house in Pinedale.

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