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BTC gives to Gentlemen’s Club scholarship purse
For four months every year, top graduating males become part of an elite club and are put through their paces, with the top male student emerging to earn the prestigious title of “Gentleman of the Year”. This year, 54 young men are in the runnin...
Nicholl’s Town Primary School renamed in honor of Clara E. Evans
North Andros education icon Clara E. Evans was recognized for the role she played in building the community, with the renaming of the Nicholl’s Town Primary School to the Clara E. Evans Primary School, in her honor. “Every so often the opportuni...
CIBC FirstCaribbean supports adult literacy program
The adult literacy program, Project Read, is now better able to empower more Bahamians following a donation from a regional bank. CIBC FirstCaribbean made a contribution to assist the non-profit organization in purchasing stationary, books and other...
Where’s the sunshine?
Yesterday where I live in the normally sunny Bahamas, it was a rather cloudy, dull day. It was very overcast with quite a breeze blowing and a little bit chilly. This happens sometimes as a cold front from North America dips down into Florida and the...
Bahamian among top 20 Eno Fellows to Washington
Each year, the Eno Future Leaders Development Conference (LDC) gives 20 of the United States’ top graduate students in transportation a first-hand look at how U.S. transportation policies are developed, and Jarrell Smith, a Bahamian student at the ...
SAC wins second annual Accounting Brain Bowl competition
St. Augustine’s College students Alyssa Fox, Tanesha Collie and Gabriella Thompson teamed up to accumulate a 10,400 score to claim the win in the second annual Accounting Brain Bowl competition. The team, coached by Dianne Woodside-Johnson, bested...
Creating employers, not just employees
L.W. Young Junior High School business studies students were armed with the knowledge needed to become future business leaders, as the school’s business studies department hosted a seminar aimed at empowering them with the tools to become future le...
Rotary Peace on the Park Rally leads to BTVI scholarships
A recent Rotary-sponsored peace initiative in Bains and Grants Town has reaped rewards for two residents of the area, landing them scholarships to The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI). Lerenzo Charles and Yasmine Williams are curren...
Finalists selected for Junior Minister of Tourism Competition
With 2017 declared the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development, the 14 finalists in the Junior Minister of Tourism Speech Competition will have five minutes to present their pieces on the topic “Bahamas endangered: Promoting susta...
Stanton Charlton studying in London
Stanton Charlton, son of Stanford and Nadene Charlton, of New Providence, Bahamas, is studying in London during the spring semester 2017 through the Center for Global Education at the College of Saint Benedict in St. Joseph, Minnesota, and Saint John...
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