‘We the People,’ the community empowerment brainchild of radio show host and communications executive Ed Fields, was launched in Grand Bahama over the weekend.
The funeral for Dr. Keva Marie Bethel was held at Christ Church Cathedral on Thursday February 24, 2011.
Keva Marie Eldon was born on 18th August, 1935, the second of two children and the only daughter of Sidney and Rowena Eldon of Delancy Street, Nassau. The family was counted among what Gail Saunders has dubbed the “coloured middle class” of the Bahamas, and as a result, some opportunities were available to her that were not open to many others.
The citizen’s action group ‘We The People’ (WTP) plans to take its message of people power to the nation’s second city.
The Department of Youth in the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture announced recently that the 2011 E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival is scheduled to begin March 1 at the Lucaya Convention Centre in Freeport, Grand Bahama.
The Island School’s vision is to encourage schools around the globe to go to work with authentic, hands-on education that pushes beyond the traditional classroom and curriculum.
The Simpson Penn Centre for Boys received $3,000 worth of sporting equipment as part of an educational empowerment initiative spearheaded by the U.S. Embassy.
Doctors Hospital continues to support local organizations in the Bahamian community who share the hospital’s vision to provide education and awareness, and support and assistance within the community.