Just a few months after Bahamas Speed Week Revival brought more than 40 classic and modern racing cars to New Providence from around the world, the organization presented four local charities with a generous donation raised at the Pictet Speed Week Gala and Auction of Promises, sponsored by Pictet Bank & Trust. During a courtesy call on Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes, Speed Week organizers donated $50,000 collectively to the Nazareth Centre, the Ranfurly Homes for Children, Project Read and the Lyford Cay Scholarship Fund for Bahamian Children. In the front row from left are Brendan Foulkes, Bahamas Speed Week; Jimmie Lowe, Bahamas Speed Week; Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes, patron of the Pictet Speed Week Gala and Auction of Promises that netted $50,000 for four local charities, and David McLaughlin, Bahamas Speed Week. In the back row from left are James Moss, the Nazareth Centre; Alexander Roberts, the Ranfurly Homes for Children; G. Thomas Sweeting, Project Read; Rebecca Massey, Lyford Cay International School; Lindsey Cancino, Rotary Club; Stacey Bobo, Lyford Cay International School; Arthur Seymour, the Nazareth Centre and Jeremy Stuby, Pictet Bank & Trust. BIS Photo: PATRICK HANNA
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