[xml][/xml]
The Bahamas Weekly Facebook The Bahamas Weekly Twitter
Community Last Updated: Jul 20, 2019 - 8:12:27 AM


Bahamas Girl Guides New Building Project a step closer to completion
By Gina G. Greene
Jul 20, 2019 - 8:06:28 AM

Email this article
 Mobile friendly page

Bahamas_Girls_Guide_Chq_Presentation_2.19.jpg
Pictured (L to R): Keith Sands, Council Member, Iris Knowles, Honorary Secretary Council, Dr. Gail Saunders, Chairperson, Building Committee, Davine Dawkins-Rolle, Vice President, Internal Audit & Inspection, Commonwealth Bank, Sonia Adderley, Chief Commissioner, Alvin Rolle, Architect & Council Member, Anita Bernard, Council Member, Elma Garraway, Assistant Commissioner and Brandon Watson, Contractor.

Nassau, Bahamas – The completion of stage one of the Bahamas Girl Guides Association’s new headquarters moves one step closer to becoming a reality with a gift of $10,000 from Commonwealth Bank. The current historic buildings have been inadequate, for some time, the building project has been an objective of the Association for many years.

This project will help to facilitate and progress the programs of the Bahamas Girl Guides Association’s 2300 members from around The Bahamas and host sister Guides from around the world. Dr. Gail Saunders, Chairperson of the Building Committee, thanked Commonwealth Bank’s President, Mr. Raymond Winder and Executive Chairman, Mr. William Sands and members of the Board of Directors, for their generous contribution.

Mrs. Davine Dawkins-Rolle, Vice President, Audit & Inspection, Commonwealth Bank, was on hand for the presentation, adding, ‘Commonwealth Bank firmly believes in the youth of our great nation and we are extremely delighted to support the wonderful efforts of an organization with such a rich history of leadership and the development of young girls and women. We encourage other members of Corporate Bahamas to join in this effort.’

Commonwealth Bank has an extensive corporate giving program including scholarships, humanitarian relief, youth development, health initiatives, sports and education. With more than 6,500 shareholders, Commonwealth Bank has 550+ employees and operates branches in New Providence, Abaco, Spanish Wells and Grand Bahama. For more information, please visit www.combankltd.com

Bookmark and Share




© Copyright 2019 by thebahamasweekly.com

Top of Page

Receive our Top Stories



Preview | Powered by CommandBlast

Community
Latest Headlines
BTC Partners with the Annual Police Summer Youth Camp
RBPF Nassau: Police investigates armed robbery - Jet ski accident - US Citizen arrested for failing to declare
RBPF Nassau: Police investigates armed robbery - Illegal firearm and ammunition recovered
Bahamas Waterkeepers welcomes Chinese counterparts for cultural exchange
Serving together to end hunger