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August 07, 2019
Latter-day Saints Readies CRISIS CENTRE Early for Back-To-School

New and returning Fall attendees, their families and visitors to the Bahamas Crisis Centre, particularly of school age, will not only be warmly welcomed by Dr. Sandra Dean Patterson and her team, but also have the benefit of additional provisions gifted by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The donation will be presented at a Closing Ceremony on Thursday, August 8, 2019, 6:00pm at...

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September 13, 2019
Giving a Helping Hand - Trinidad & Tobago Defence and Task Force

Some of the 100-member Defence & Task Force from Trinidad & Tobago arrived in Grand Bahama on Monday morning, ready to work along with local Defence Force officers in helping to restore Grand Bahama, following the passing of Hurricane Dorian. The team spent some time upon arrival meeting with leaders of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force, getting updated on the state of the island and obtaining cues ...

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October 03, 2017
Never too Early to 'Walk for the Cure'

Four hundred plus early morning risers jostling for front line position were etched against the night sky as a voice proclaiming, “Walk for the Cure” signaled the start of the 6th annual CIBC FirstCaribbean cancer awareness fundraiser Sunday morning, October 1...

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Mark Knowles Celebrity Tennis Invitational Exhibition
Mark Knowles Celebrity Tennis Invitational Exhibition

Saturday 5th December 2009  3:00 PM

Presented by Atlantis and other major sponsors, tickets are now on sale for the 9th Annual Mark Knowles Celebrity Tennis Invitational professional exhibition and charity event to be held at the National Tennis Centre, Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre, Nassau.

The Exhibition starts at 3:00 pm and is open to all. Andy Roddick and Mark Knowles' recent doubles partner from Wimbledon, Anna-Lena Groene...


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October 24, 2017
CIBC FirstCaribbean donates $50,000 to TCI Red Cross

In the aftermath of two catastrophic and life-changing storms, CIBC FirstCaribbean has made a $50,000 donation to the Turks and Caicos Red Cross to support the charity’s hurricane recovery and relief efforts. Turks and Caicos country head Larry Lawrence presented the cheque to Turks and Caicos Red Cross representatives at the bank’s Grace Bay branch yesterday...

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September 27, 2017
Sponsors Drum up to Support Walk for the Cure

With the CIBC FirstCaribbean “Walk for the Cure” being held this Sunday, October 1, the bank has taken to social media to put a voice and a face to the sponsors of the event...

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News Article
UB Concert Choir Readies for Cultural Exchange as they Tour Canada
April 17, 2018
UB Concert Choir Readies for Cultural Exchange as they Tour Canada

The month of April ushers in an aura of collective turmoil for college students, who enter panic-mode in a mad rush to brace for last-minute assignments and final exams...

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CIBC FirstCaribbean is helping the Red Cross Help Others
October 19, 2017
CIBC FirstCaribbean is helping the Red Cross Help Others

More than a month after Hurricane Irma, the Bahamas Red Cross continues distributing aid to people in need and implores more Bahamians to do the same...

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November 23, 2017
CIBC FirstCaribbean Donation Supports Increasing Need of Salvation Army's Feeding Programme

With the holiday season fast-approaching, administrators at the Salvation Army anticipate that even more regulars and newcomers will depend on its assistance this year...

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CIBC FirstCaribbean Donation Supports Increasing Need of Salvation Army's Feeding Programme
November 21, 2017
CIBC FirstCaribbean Donation Supports Increasing Need of Salvation Army's Feeding Programme

With the holiday season fast-approaching, administrators at the Salvation Army anticipate that even more regulars and newcomers will depend on its assistance this year...

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