In November 2013, Bahamas Striping launched its first annual ‘The Dollar That Could Project’ which sought to raise $60,000 through a dollar drive campaign for one month in aid of The Bahamas Red Cross, Special Olympics Bahamas, BAARK, and The Bahamas Humane Society.
This month, SkyBahamas customers are encouraged to participate in the “Share the Love Campaign”, by performing random acts of kindness for persons in their community.
A new video release by Save The Bays, featuring KB, is a clarion call to “Rise up, Bahamas, C’mon, let’s Save The Bays.”
The United States Embassy in Nassau observed Martin Luther King Day as “A Day On, Not Off” and honored Dr. King’s legacy through local community outreach programs.
Bahamas Striping, recently completed the striping of the Alvin S. Moss Community Park, basketball court in the Centerville Constituency.
The Bahamas Humane Society’s first event of 2014 is the B Humane Banner Launch Campaign Launch Party – Saturday, January 18th, 2014 at Government House.
On Thursday, October 17th 2013, The Rotary Club of West Nassau inducted its newest member, Jermaine Lincoln Ferguson.
Citizens For Justice recently held a meeting to establish a plan of action to curtail the large number of murders that have become far too prevalent in the Bahamas.
After a meeting between local organisers and the Veterinary Medical Association of the Bahamas it was announced that Operation Potcake will move forward as planned… and with even more foreign vets.