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.
The International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) Section of the U.S. Embassy in The Bahamas is pleased to announce a request for grant proposals for drug demand reduction projects that include the implementation of an anti-drug media campaign targeting at-risk youth in The Bahamas.
The financial consciousness of over 260 students between grades 7-9 was awakened at the Commonwealth Bank (CB) and Junior Achievement (JA) New Providence hosted the ‘Let’s Talk about the Future – Career & Financial Planning Seminar’ held recently.
Ferreira calls on students to join the fight to preserve the Bahamas for their own grandchildren
On April 1, U.S. Chargé d’Affaires a.i. John L. Armstrong visited Doris Johnson Senior High School to formally recognize 11th grade student Durante Charlow, one of the three top winners of the U.S. Embassy’s 8th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. essay contest.
Aspiring Chef Selva Hudson of N.G.M Major High School emerged winner of the National All-Island Junior Young Chef competition sponsored by Mahatma Rice and Robin Hood Flour.
The United States Embassy’s Public Affairs Officer visited Grand Bahama for the official launch of the Junior Red Cross program during a ceremony at the Pelican Bay Resort. Top winners in the U.S. Embassy’s 2014 Martin Luther King Jr. Essay Contest were also awarded at the ceremony.
Reports of child abuse grew by about 18 percent last year compared to 2012, according to statistics released by the Department of Social Services yesterday.
Registration in the Governor General’s Youth Award picked up pace in 2013, finishing up three percent ahead of 2012 figures, according to data released during the Annual General Meeting (AGM) held over the weekend at Government House.