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September 12, 2019
Orphanages need more volunteers and money

ORPHANGES on New Providence are bracing for more children affected by Hurricane Dorian to be turned over to their facilities as they appealed for donations to help their operations.Representatives from the Ranfurly Home and Children's Emergency Hoste

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August 09, 2010
Dunkin' Donuts Sweetens the Day at Kids Ward and Orphanages

Dunkin' Donuts, famous for its coffee and baked goods, recently sweetened the day of needy kids, donating nearly 50 dozen donuts (600) to several children's homes and the Princess Margaret Hospital children's ward.

Kids at the Ranfurly Home, the Children's Emergency Hostel, the Nazareth Center, The Bilney Lane Children's Home and Princess Margaret Hospital all got to enjoy a assortment of Dunki...

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International Organization Extends Reach to Local Orphans
July 26, 2018
International Organization Extends Reach to Local Orphans

A team from Youth 4 Orphans (Y4O) recently visited the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) along with children from the Ranfurly Homes for Children and the Elizabeth Estates Children's Home...

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April 05, 2018
MP donates 2,000 to Grand Bahama Children39s home

PINERIDGE MP Rev Frederick McAlpine made a $2,000 contribution to the Grand Bahama Children's Home on Wednesday and appealed to others to help the local orphanage."We are aware that the GB Children's Home, that is in the Pineridge constituency, has b

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April 14, 2017
Pet Food Institute Expands Regional Reach to Teach Back-to-Back Grand Bahama, Trinidad Show

A dog may be manís best friend, but in the Caribbean and Bahamas, a campaign is turning out to be dogís best friend. The campaign is an education outreach by the Washington-based Pet Food Institute (PFI)...

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Giving Back and Looking Forward
March 16, 2017
Giving Back and Looking Forward

A thriving world population hit five billion. A gleeful Margaret Thatcher sailed into office, securing her third term as Britain's Prime Minister. In The Bahamas, a triumphant Sir Lynden Pindling won his sixth, consecutive General Election...

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March 05, 2017
GGYA is more than a tradition -- it's a lifestyle

It was the best and worst of times.
A thriving world population hit 5 billion. A gleeful Margaret Thatcher sailed into office, securing her third term as Britain's prime minister. In The Bahamas, a triumphant Sir Lynden Pindling won his sixth, consecutive general election.
The world watched a young Mel Gibson in "Lethal Weapon" and listened to Whitney Houston's hit song, "I Wanna Dance With Somebo...

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November 18, 2016
CIBC's $100,000 gift to Hurricane Relief

RELIEF and recovery efforts for those most affected by Hurricane Matthew received another boost yesterday with a $100,000 donation from CIBC FirstCaribbean to the Bahamas Disaster Relief Fund.

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May 25, 2016
Texan Basketball to play summer tournament in Bahamas

The Tarleton menís basketball team is traveling to the Bahamas for an NCAA sanctioned tournament in August to get prepared for the 2016-17 season.

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