The Fox Hill Urban Renewal Centre held a back to school giveaway for the children on August 25, handing out packages with school supplies, donated by businesses and corporate philanthropists.
Children from throughout the community participated in the Summer Enrichment Programme held at Stephen Dillet Primary school, which ended in a closing ceremony on Thursday, August 19.
Englerston students gathered at the Urban Renewal Centre to get back to school supplies donated by the area’s business community. About a hundred children made a mad rush for supplies available for 85 children.
Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Charles Maynard congratulated the Bahamas team for their medal-winning performance at the 5th Youth Caribbean Cycling Championships Aruba 2010
Minister for Youth, Sports and Culture, Charles Maynard says he sees “tremendous potential” for a Bahamian gymnastics team to compete internationally.
Kemp Road youths gather at the New Life Ministries to get a valuable lesson in money management and to understand the process their parents experience when paying household bills. The lesson gives young adults an understanding about how money is used properly.
The Ministry of Youth Sports and Culture, Ministry of Labour and Social Development, the CARICOM Secretariat, and Fox Hill Urban Renewal encourage the entrepreneurial spirit of Fox Hill’s young people in the fight against crime.
Outstanding children in dance, music and drama were recognised for their abilities by the Adisa Foundation at a special ceremony in the Ballroom of Government House on August 9.
Five Bahamians received 2010 Organisation of American States Scholarships in various undergraduate and graduate studies aimed at nation building.