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The Salvation Army presented the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) with 19 refrigerators and 19 stoves for residents who lost household items during the passage of Category 4 Hurricane Joaquin through the Central and Southeast Bahamas in October 2015.
Prime Minister and Minister of Finance the Rt. Hon. Perry Christie applauded the work of the Salvation Army in The Bahamas and recognised those volunteering in it, especially those serving on its board, for their role in nation building.
It is my pleasure to be able join the Salvation Army family at this annual luncheon. I am always grateful to be asked to attend this event, even though Iím starting to suspect that Iím not really invited as a special guest but as the leader of the Christmas Carol sing-a-long.
Friday 23rd September 2011 7:00 PM
The Salvation Army Bahamas Division invites you to join in their 80th (1931 - 2011) anniversary celebrations under the theme "Celebrating Our Faith, Embracing the Future".
Sept. 23rd - Grand Concert
Special artists: The Brooklyn Tabernacle Singers, Miss Daisy and more.
Start Time: September 23rd at 7:00pm
Where: The Diplomat Centre, Carmichael Rd
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MAJOR Clarence Ingram, divisional commander for the Salvation Army, said his organisation has not yet distributed non-perishable items to the hurricane ravaged islands because they are waiting for the "initial rush to slow down."
Former Divisional Commander of the Salvation Army in The Bahamas Lester Ferguson has been appointed Executive Secretary of the Secretariat of the National Commission for Persons with Disability...
The Salvation Army's Erin H. Gilmour School for Blind and Visually Impaired Children achieved a significant feat on Monday, June 8, when the school held its first graduation exercise in five years.
The Salvation Army Erin H. Gilmour School for blind and visually impaired children achieved a significant feat on Monday, June 8, when the school held its first graduation exercise in five years...