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Community : Grand Bahama Last Updated: Aug 30, 2018 - 10:46:11 AM


KGBC Puppeteers reaches scores of youth with environmental message
By The Keep Grand Bahama Clean (KGBC) Committee
Aug 30, 2018 - 9:37:33 AM

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(Photo courtesy of KGBC)


Freeport, Grand Bahama - Youth on Grand Bahama Island learned valuable lessons about protecting the environment and keeping their communities clean courtesy of the Keep Grand Bahama Clean (KGBC) Committee, who recently concluded a successful tour of the island's Summer Camp Programs.  In keeping with their commitment to education, conservation and preservation of the local environment, KGBC visited several local camps to spread the message of keeping the island clean. Using a fun and interactive puppet show, the group assisted by its summer interns, participated in the I Can Camp, Camp Ambrose as well as the Salvation Army Camp and is also available for similar presentations at assemblies during the school year. (Pictured L - R) Nakira Wilchcombe - Chairperson KGBC, Stevenette Farquharson - Member KGBC, Travaughn Colebrook - Summer Intern KGBC, Micquira Gibson - Summer Intern KGBC and Olethea Gardiner, Co-Chairperson KGBC.

(Photo courtesy of KGBC)

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