It only took a small group of the estimated 35,000 children with autism and other special needs a moment to steal the hearts of the Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes and Lady Foulkes today in one of the most touching courtesy calls in the history of Government House.
Oniel Williams, who has spent the last six months training in Kenya with Olympic champions and Mackey Williams, a runner who has been participating in marathons since 1986, were the first runner and walker to cross separate finish lines at Atlantic Medical’s 16th Annual Funwalk on Saturday.
No one will doubt Mark Robert’s patriotism, but some may question his sanity.
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The city of Nassau turned blue on the evening of April 2 as International Autism Awareness month commenced.
Wednesday, April 2 was observed globally as Autism Awareness Day and for the second consecutive year the United States Embassy partnered with the Resources and Education for AUTISM and Related Challenges (REACH) for the “Light it Up Blue” ceremony, to officially observe the occasion in Rawson Square, downtown, Nassau.
The Bahamas Heart Association hosted their Annual Fun/ Run Walk on Saturday March 1, 2014. This event culminates Heart Month and was a great success.
U.S. Embassy officials formally met with Minister of Health Dr. Perry Gomez and representatives from the Public Hospitals Authority to participate in the handover of four new portable X-ray machines during a brief ceremony at the Princess Margaret Hospital in the newly constructed Critical Care Block.
The Bahamas Heart Association hosted their Annual Health Fair at Town Centre Mall last Thursday, with the goal of educating the public and creating awareness about general health and heart health.