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(Photos) Sadie Curtis Primary School students welcome Education Minister Bethel.
Nov 26, 2009 - 8:12:51 AM

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Nassau, Bahamas - Minister of Education the Hon Carl Bethel got a heroes welcome during Thanksgiving celebrations in his honour at Sadie Curtis Primary School, November 25. (BIS Photos Patrick Hanna)  
 

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Education Minister the Hon Carl Bethel Minister of Education speaks to students of Sadie Curtis Primary School during Thanksgiving celebrations in his honour, November 25th. (BIS Photos Patrick Hanna)  
 

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Sadie Curtis Primary School Preschoolers welcome Education Minister Carl Bethel during Thanksgiving celebrations in honour, November 24. (BIS Photos Patrick Hanna)

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Education Minister Carl Bethel takes five from a Sadie Curtis Primary School student during Thanksgiving celebrations in his honour, November 25. (BIS Photos Patrick Hanna)


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