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Commonwealth Bank donates to 1,500 Bahamian students‏
By Derek Carroll
Sep 10, 2009 - 4:47:53 PM

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Grand Bahama Island - In keeping with our commitment to assist in developing the communities in which we live and conduct business, Commonwealth Bank is taking its corporate responsibility seriously by recognizing a need and giving back to the community in a big way by assisting Bahamian students with “Back-2-School’ supplies. Commonwealth Bank has donated School Supplies (Back Packs, Books, Pens, Pencils and Rulers) for 1,500 students to every Government operated school in Grand Bahama, Sweeting Cay and Bimini.

Standing from Left to Right:


Linda Bandelier - CB Asst. Mgr.

Charlene Low - CB Branch Manager (Lucaya)

Caleb Lightbourne - Sr. Master Maurice Moore Pri. School

Rodney Bethel - Sr. Master Walter Parker Pri. School

J. Rupert Roberts - CB Sr. Branch Manager (The Mall)

Darrin Rolle - Falcon's Boys Club (Director)

Darlene Gibson - CB Asst. Manager (Lucaya)

Luella McIntosh - CB Sr. Asst. Manager (The Mall)

Sherry Thurston - CB Asst. Manager (The Mall)

Michelle WIllis - CB Asst. Manager (The Mall)


Seated from left to right:


Yvonne Ward - Principal Freeport Junior High

Sheila Scavella - Principal Freeport Primary School

Mary Russell - Principal Martin Town Primary

Miriam Sweeting - Vice Principal The Beacon School

photo by Derek Carroll

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