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Kiwanis Club continues to support BTVI Students
By Shantique Longley
Aug 31, 2017 - 12:34:55 PM

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Left to right: Kiwanis Club of Over the Hill Director, William Poitier; Kiwanis Club of Over the Hill Distinguished President, Charles Isaacs; BTVI President, Dr. Robert W. Robertson and Kiwanis Club of Over the Hill Lieutenant Governor of Sunshine Division 22, Benjamin Whyte and BTVI's Associate Vice President, Fund Development, Alicia Thompson.

Nassau, Bahamas - The Kiwanis Club of Over the Hill continues to invest in the education of today’s youth by making a $2,000 scholarship donation to a future BTVI student. The recipient of this scholarship will be an Old Bight High School graduate and active Key Club member in Cat Island.

The funds to support this scholarship were derived from an annual project the club hosts, which aims to mainly assist Family Island students with schooling.

BTVI President, Dr. Robert W. Robertson is grateful for organizations that continue to support and give back to students.

“It is contributions from clubs, such as this, that give BTVI added exposure and allow us to continue to provide scholarship opportunities to deserving students,” said Dr. Robertson.

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