Thanks to a joint initiative, The Bahamas is opening the region’s first pre-school classroom specially equipped to meet the needs of children with autism.
Cancer survivor Pam Burnside takes issue with the Susan G. Komen organisation purporting to be our ‘saviour’ and dissing the Bahamian organizations and people who have worked so hard in this field for years.
Colina Insurance Limited will host the 19th annual Red Ribbon Ball on November 10. The ball is a major fundraiser for the Bahamas AIDS Foundation.
Cable Bahamas Cares Foundation provided the Tarpum Bay library with a grant to replace all of its old computers. The library just celebrated its 5th anniversary.
Local auto dealership Sanpin Motors served as the title sponsor for multi-talented gospel recording artist Lynn Terez Davis recently held album release concert- “Beautiful”.
The Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China Hu Shan presented students of Claridge Primary School with five computers, five laptops and two printers.
On August 21 my father George Glynatsis passed away and before my family and I had an opportunity to begin our grieving process, we were forced to deal with our pain in a very distasteful and public manner.
The Rotary Club of West Nassau, under the Presidency of Jeff Kerr, recently donated an assortment of school supplies to the Children’s Emergency Hostel along with John’s Department Store.
The Bahamas Air/Sea Rescue Association (BASRA) recently hosted its 42nd Annual Bernie Butler’s Swim Marathon on Coral Beach – a day of fun, festivities and good swim results.