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EARTHCARE Eco Kids of Grand Bahama learn about Sustainable Fisheries - Jan 26, 2016 - 10:46:03 PM

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Gail Woon, founder and director of EARTHCARE and a director of Save The Bays, “On January 23rd, 2016, the topic for the EARTHCARE Eco Kids was Sustainable Fisheries. David Rose, veteran commercial fisherman of 40+ years addressed the EARTHCARE Eco Kids at the Kevin Tomlinson Academy.

David spoke about Man’s Effect on Nature by the unrestricted use of light and sound, over fishing the Little Bahama Bank, the use of National Parks and enforcement, the passing of laws on sharks and turtles when they should be passing laws on lobster fishing, limiting the season, protecting large lobster of 5 lbs+ as breeders...”
Community : Grand Bahama
Entrepreneur Billie Bowe inspires debutantes to strive for excellence - Jan 22, 2016 - 5:54:37 PM

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FREEPORT, THE BAHAMAS - As a teenage girl, Billie Bowe made her formal debut in society as a debutante, an experience she said has helped mold her into the business professional she is today. Recently, the entrepreneur had the opportunity to see her debutante journey go full circle, being invited to mentor this year's debutantes leading up to their formal presentation in May.
 
Mrs Bowe, president and CEO of Benchmark Consulting Services, recently spoke to debutantes and their escorts about career development and entrepreneurship. Through the presentation, she offered success principles to assist the teenagers with their transition from high school into college and the workforce.
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Children’s environmental book author visits Grand Bahama Island - Jan 11, 2016 - 2:16:48 PM

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On January 8th, 2015, EARTHCARE brought Cameron S. Ulyate, children’s environmental book author to Grand Bahama Island to share his work with schools and the EARTHCARE Eco Kids. Cameron addressed the Primary students of St. Paul’s Methodist College first. The students were enthralled to hear about the series, Seasons. In the book, twelve-year-old Winter is starting to believe she might be going crazy. It seems like every other way she looks, she’ll see soup cans and plastic bags form into monsters to terrorize her. But when Winter discovers that she and her three siblings were born from Mother Nature, everything is about to change. Winter’s evil relatives have kidnapped her little sister Spring and are using Spring as bait to bring Winter to Yellowstone National Park...
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Freeport business launches healthy living campaign on Grand Bahama - Jan 11, 2016 - 1:18:03 PM

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A 2014 World Health Organization study showed that The Bahamas ranked as the sixth most obese country on the planet and there has been increasing public concern about the health and wellness.

Just 5 years earlier, a study by the Ministry of Health, conducted by Dr. Patrick Whitfield, of the Princess Margaret Hospital, showed In The Bahamas an estimated 500 people die annually from either heart disease or diabetes, which were considered to be an alarming rate for a nation of 350,000.
Community : Grand Bahama
Grand Bahama Christmas Baby 2015 - Dec 26, 2015 - 1:23:36 PM

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Freeport, The Bahamas -  Congratulations goes out to Aliyah Wright of Freeport on the birth of her baby boy on Christmas day at 7:02am at the Rand Memorial Hospital.

Delivered by Registered Nurse Midwife Nse Udoh. Birth weight: 6 lbs 11 oz. Registered Nurse Midwife Jasman Higgs. Present: Nursing Officer I Anthia Bartlett. Enrolled Nurse Jocelyn Rolle. Registered Nurse Midwife Vilma Mitchell.
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Freeport's 2nd annual Midnight Madness event a success - Dec 21, 2015 - 12:18:15 PM

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Freeport, Grand Bahama - This past Friday, busy shoppers flocked to the downtown area to witness the first ever laser light show in Downtown Freeport.  The historical feature was part of the Downtown Freeport Business Association's (DFBA), 2nd annual Midnight Madness event, and a partnership initiative of The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited’s (GBPA) Invest Grand Bahama Small Business Bureau (IGBSBB).

Adults and children lined the areas of Kent Street and Gloucester Lane to catch a glimpse of the mesmerizing lights as animated characters passed out bags of candies and gifts...
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BORCO Gives Back to the Grand Bahama Community - Dec 14, 2015 - 5:16:07 PM

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December 5, 2015, volunteers from The Bahamas Oil Refining Company Int’l Ltd. (BORCO) including, Khalid Muslih, President of Global Marine Terminals, senior management, employees and some of their family members joined together to do their part in ensuring that families in the Lewis Yard and Pinder’s Point area would not go hungry this holiday season. A clear indication of their level of the commitment in being good corporate citizens and giving back to those in which they work around daily, many volunteers showed up early Saturday morning despite the threat of rain and thunderstorms, prepared to distribute the 400 turkeys and dry goods packages containing rice, flour, grits and sugar to the neighboring community...
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CCC: Grand Bahama Paying Highest Electricity Base Rate In The Bahamas - Dec 4, 2015 - 10:42:18 AM

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The CCC has been sounding the alarm concerning the Grand Bahama Power Company/ Emera intentions of requesting for an increase in the base rate of Electricity in Grand Bahama. Last week in the Bahamas Weekly on November 26, 2015 and In the Freeport News on Saturday November 28, 2015 , the Grand Bahama Port Authority finally published the GBPC \ Emera rate application for the increase the base rate of electricity. We say finally because this application was submitted to Regulator (GBPA) since August 2015, but only published in the media since last week Thursday and appearing on the GBPA website just this weekend pass...
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The Grand Bahama Island Tourism Board re-elects Executive Board - Dec 3, 2015 - 2:21:09 PM

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Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas— The Grand Bahama Island Tourism Board (GBITB) held its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, December 1, 2015. In a strong sign of confidence reflected by the Board members, Chairman Russell Miller and all Board Executives positions were uncontested. Along with Mr. Miller as Chairman (CEO, Modalena Limited), Mr. Benjamin Davis (General Manager, Grand Lucayan Beach & Golf Resort) – Vice Chairman, Mrs. Jackie Carroll (Resort Manager, Old Bahama Bay Resort) – Secretary and Mr. Gabriel Varela, General Manager (Memories Grand Bahama) – Treasurer were all returned to office to serve for another year...
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Grand Bahama Port Authority rate application published - Nov 27, 2015 - 10:57:28 AM

Freeport, Grand Bahama -The Regulatory Framework established between GBPC and GBPA was created with residents in mind; this framework brings improved transparency to the rate regulation process. As the independent regulator of the power sector, GBPA has responsibility to approve the rate structure of GBPC and to ensure operational standards are in line with international prudent utility practice.

GBPC seeks approval for: Adjustments to the rates & charges, as described in the application, A new tariff classification called Large Industrial, as described in the Application...
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Second Crew of GBPA Employees assists in Hurricane Joaquin Recovery - Nov 20, 2015 - 11:43:08 AM

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Freeport, Grand Bahama- As six Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) employees returned from the Southern Bahamas on November 13th an additional four boarded a charter flight to replace their efforts to restore power to residents in the wake of the powerful Hurricane Joaquin that devastated the region in October.

The second crew of GBPC employees consisting of Wayne Gray, Gilbert Pinder, Keith Knowles, and Leslie Romer along with two bucket trucks and a drill rig were dispatched to Long Island on November 13th for a two week period. While there, the crew will work six days a week to maximize their time and resources to assist in restoration efforts...
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Birds of West End, Grand Bahama - Nov 19, 2015 - 1:23:12 AM

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Fall is captivating for Birders and bird enthusiasts that visit West End, Grand Bahama Island this time of year. West End (also referred to as "Settlement Point" is the oldest town and westernmost settlement on the Bahamian island of Grand Bahama. It is the current capital of Grand Bahama and is also the third largest settlement in the Bahamas. There is one airport in West End, West End Airport, which serves mostly private aircraft. Since the 1950s, the settlement of West End has fluctuated with the rise and fall of the adjacent resort developments...
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EARTHCARE Eco Kids learn all about sharks - Nov 18, 2015 - 10:59:34 AM


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On November 14th, 2015, the EARTHCARE Eco Kids learned about Sharks around the World. Gail Woon, Founder of EARTHCARE and a Director of Save The Bays was elated to be able to bring renowned Shark Marine Biologists, Duncan Brake and Jillian Morris Brake from Bimini to interact and teach the EARTHCARE Eco Kids.

According to Woon, “This has been a whirlwind 3 days. Jillian and Duncan hit the ground running. I picked them up from the airport and we proceeded straight to Tabernacle Christian Academy where they did their Sharks4Kids presentation to Grades 4-7...
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BTVI treats senior citizens in Grand Bahama to a day of glam - Nov 17, 2015 - 10:37:06 PM

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GRAND BAHAMA - Senior citizens have paid their dues and the Cosmetology department of The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution (BTVI) in Grand Bahama believes they deserve a treat. Recently, the team held a pop-up salon at the Urban Renewal Center in the Harbour West Plaza and in a scene that was heart-warming, the young women gave elderly women manicures, pedicures and shampoo services.

Although the shampoo service was for a minimal fee, the manicures and pedicures were complimentary, with 14 senior citizens taking advantage of the opportunity...
Community : Grand Bahama
Aquaponics Project at Garden of the Groves receives a hand from students of the Governor General Youth Award Program - Nov 6, 2015 - 2:40:53 PM

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Eleven young adults undertook a community service project at the Garden of the Groves during their October break to complete their 5 day Residential for the Gold Level of the Governor General Youth Award (GGYA). The students from Lyford Cay, Nassau, and Lucaya International School, Grand Bahama, worked together on the initial construction phase of an aquaponics system to be established at Garden of the Groves.

During that week the students worked alongside Wayne Hall, Director of Aquaponics Operations at Garden of the Groves, and his assistant Damiko Sawyer. Among other tasks they cleared brush, created a trail and underwent instruction by carpenter John Ash in building and erecting trusses for the facility. It was impressive to see how much was accomplish...
Community : Grand Bahama
The No Bite Zone presents to the EARTHCARE Eco Kids - Nov 5, 2015 - 10:01:37 AM

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The topic on October 31st, 2015 for the EARTHCARE Eco Kids Saturday Environmental Education Programme was the “No Bite Zone”. Gail Woon, Founder of EARTHCARE and a Director of Save The Bays, says, “This was our third session for the 2015/2016 school year. Our guest speakers who made a special visit to the EARTHCARE Eco Kids at the Kevin G. Tomlinson Cultural Center were Lynette McInnes, Founder of the No Bite Zone, and Elaine Charter, Humane Society of Grand Bahama Volunteer...”

EARTHCARE Eco Kids learned how to be respectful of dogs and avoid dog bites by more safely interacting with dogs through understanding the ways in which dogs communicate both “verbally” and with their body language...

Community : Grand Bahama
Grand Bahama activities for World Diabetes Day - Nov 4, 2015 - 12:00:28 AM

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World Diabetes Day will be observed on November 14th worldwide.  The theme for this year is “Building Bridges within the Diabetic Community.” 

The Grand Bahama Health Services Diabetic Support Group has organized a myriad of activities to increase awareness of this disease that is affecting so many individuals within our communities in the northern Bahamas and throughout our Commonwealth of Islands.
Community : Grand Bahama
Theus Rolle, St Paul’s College Student, Wins Church of Ascension 2015 Spelling Challenge - Nov 2, 2015 - 12:03:29 PM

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Freeport, Grand Bahama - In a nail biting 13th round, 12 year old Theus Rolle of St. Paul’s Methodist College won Church of The Ascension 8th Annual Spelling Challenge.
 
After spelling over 200 words and 7 rounds of competition 7 spellers were unshakable! They confidently battled back and forth spelling words like: “sobriquet, opprobrious, kohlrabi, leptocercal, lepidopterist, laticiferous, lebkuchen, lachrymose, posthumous” and conquered them all.  Rounds 10, 11, and 12 yielded absolutely no eliminations...
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Lucaya Presbyterian Church to hold annual fashion show and auction - Oct 29, 2015 - 8:06:08 AM

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Freeport, Bahamas – If you like to go thrift shopping, this Saturday, October 31st you’ll be in luck as the women of the Lucaya Presbyterian Church in Grand Bahama will be hosting their second annual fashion show and auction.

In this fashion show with a twist, gently worn clothing will be on sale (even some with designer labels!) and will be modeled and auctioned off to the highest bidders. “All of the money raised during the fundraiser will be donated to the church’s Crossreach programme,” said event organiser Kay Hardy...
Community : Grand Bahama
Salvation Army Grand Bahama seeking Christmas Assistance Programs - Oct 23, 2015 - 9:18:31 AM

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The Salvation Army - Freeport Branch
will be accepting applications for its Christmas Assistance Programs on the following dates:

November 24 & 25 - 10AM - 1PM
December 1st, 2nd, 3rd - 10AM - 2PM
December 9 & 10 - 10AM - 2PM

Only the first 40 persons will be accepted each day for registration!

All registrants must bring with them the following items
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