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Nassau, Bahamas - The following is the 2011 Christmas message from the Prime Minister of The Bahamas, the Rt Hon Hubert A. Ingraham.
I am happy to extend best wishes to Bahamians everywhere. On behalf of all Bahamians I extend a warm welcome to all persons visiting with us during this special season.
Ladies and Gentlemen:
This evening we launch “Volunteer Bahamas”.
Through Volunteer Bahamas we seek to:
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham announced yesterday that there are nearly 400 registered volunteers for Volunteer Bahamas, a program designed to harness the generosity of Bahamians and residents of The Bahamas.
Ingraham revealed the volunteer initiative in his national address on crime in October.
The program, which began on November 1, will provide guidelines for the training and utilization of vo...
Freeport, Bahamas - The Rotary Club of lucaya will launched
their 25,000 Community Service Challenge on November 8th, 2011 but
anyone can still get involved as the challenge runs until March 6th, 2012. Under
the theme "Reaching out to Transform our Community."
" 'Service Above Self' is the motto Rotarians live by. As the premier service organization in the world, it is only fitting
Freeport, Bahamas - The Rotary Club of lucaya will launched their 25,000 Community Service Challenge on November 8th, 2011 but anyone can still get involved as the challenge runs until March 4rh, 2012.
NASSAU, Bahamas -- The season of giving officially kicks off because The Salvation Army's familiar Red Kettles make their seasonal debut on New Providence, starting Saturday, November 19th, you'll find those kettles and the jolly ting-a-ling-ling of handheld bells that accompanies them.
There has been much good work over many years to expand opportunities for disabled Bahamians. 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 the Physically Disabled, the Physically Challeng...
The Challenges Confronting Us
My Fellow Bahamians:
Tonight, I speak to you on the issue of crime which is undoubtedly the most pressing issue in our nation. Crime has become one of the greatest threats to our way of life and to life itself.
Nassau, Bahamas -
Enclosed is a Press Statement Issued by Keod Smith on remarks made by
The Hon. O.A. T. Tommy Turnquest at Rotary Club.
"As a Barrister and a
concerned citizen of this Commonwealth, I am today aghast and horrified
at the irresponsibility of The Honourable O. A. Tommy Turnquest,
Minister for National Security and my political opponent in two general
elections; who in speaking to a...