Wildgoose Wins Top National Youth Award
Adrian Wildgoose, a College of the Bahamas graduate in Mass Communications, who has been using his talents to promote social consciousness through film, took the top award in the country at this year’s National Youth Awards.
Daniel Johnson, Minister of Youth, presented Adrian with the Minister’s Cup, and told how Adrian was a young man who had not yet made up his mind what he wanted to do.
A COB professor saw something in him, and called him into the field of Mass Communications.
A young, dynamic filmmaker was born.
Adrian was among 42 young people, and those who continue to contribute to youth development, honoured in an awards ceremony held at the National Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday.
The ceremony was held as part of National Youth Month – which carries the motto, ‘Celebrating Youth… The Journey Continues.’arts, awards, youth