On Wednesday, September 11, the United States Embassy held the official opening of a three-day conference on “Autism – Promoting Inclusion, Advocacy and Early Detection”.
For nearly a century, the Bahamas Girl Guides Association has been inspiring young Bahamian females, preparing them to lead meaningful lives as empowered women.
Two up and coming Bahamian gymnasts are one step closer to fulfilling their dreams of competing at the highest levels in the sport thanks to Palm Cay.
75 kids and family members affected by autism were given the opportunity to form lifelong memories and bonds for four weeks at the 13th annual REACH summer camp.
Two leading national programmes have joined forces to provide youths with a positive, quality experience.
For the 2014 FIFA World Cup, Coca-Cola is creating the world’s most inclusive, participatory experiential event ever.
The US Embassy announced the Grand Bahama students headed to Denver, Colorado and Washington, D.C. to participate in the second Youth Ambassadors exchange program.
Re-introducing the sport as a Summer Camp Programme in Government Schools and as the foundation for a Karting Academy, Karting Bahamas hopes to encourage and teach students a variety of skills
Parents and adults: please stop putting children up to approaching strangers and asking them for money – you are making them open targets for predators and others.