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Women's business empowerment event a success - Nov 30, 2015 - 5:52:48 PM

Freeport, Grand Bahama - Over 100 women gathered at The Grand Lucayan for last month's Coco Chanel Principles of Business for Women event, their hopes set on learning the fundamentals of succeeding in business. President and CEO of Benchmark Consulting Services Billie Bowe delivered on that expectation, providing the 125 women in attendance with an extensive guide to turning their passion into prosperity through her first women's empowerment event.
Mrs Bowe explained that the business empowerment conference was intended for women aspiring to take their small businesses to the next level, young women interested in launching their own enterprises...
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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

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

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

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

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...
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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

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...
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The No Bite Zone presents to the EARTHCARE Eco Kids - Nov 5, 2015 - 10:01:37 AM

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...

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

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

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

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...
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Salvation Army Grand Bahama seeking Christmas Assistance Programs - Oct 23, 2015 - 9:18:31 AM

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
Community : Grand Bahama
Miss Grand Bahama 2015 is Danielle Pratt - Oct 23, 2015 - 5:06:22 AM

Miss Grand Bahama Organization is pleased to announce the crowning of Danielle Pratt as Miss Grand Bahama 2015 -16.  Danielle is the daughter of Dwayne and Deborah Pratt of Freeport, and is a student at the College of the Bahamas where she is studying Marketing and  Graphics. She likes public speaking, dancing, and meeting interesting people.

It was a night of class and elegance at the Le Chateau on the Green thanks to sponsors Jennifer Williams and Kendel Williams. Friends, family and sponsors were on hand to support the new queen.

The evening was hosted by Pleasant Bridgewater and Nicole Moultrie. Miss Grand Bahama Danielle modeled her swimsuit, evening gown and costume selections. Outgoing queen, Sade Colebrooke and the reigning Miss Grand Bahama performed a singing duo together, which was greatly received...
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Dr Donald McCartney commencement address at COB Northern Campus' Convocation & Graduation 2015 - Oct 16, 2015 - 5:57:45 PM

Theme: Transforming the Nation, Impacting the World.

Introduction. A farmer was in a bar drinking and looking very depressed. His friend asked him why he was looking depressed, and he replied, "Some things you just can't explain. This morning I was outside milking the cow.

As soon as the bucket was full, the cow kicked it down with her left foot; so I tied up her left foot to a pole.

I began to fill up the bucket again, and she kicked it down with her right foot; so I tied her right foot to a pole too...

Community : Grand Bahama
Grand Bahama children learn about Humane Treatment of Animals - Oct 14, 2015 - 10:52:39 PM

The topic on October 10th, 2015 for the EARTHCARE Eco Kids Saturday Environmental Education Programme was “Humane Treatment of Animals”. Gail Woon, Founder of EARTHCARE and a Director of Save The Bays, says, “This was our first session for the 2015/2016 school year. Our guest speaker was Tip Burrows of the Humane Society of Grand Bahama: “The interaction between animals and humans is at the heart of humane education...
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GBPA lends a hand to Storm affected Residents in the Southern Bahamas - Oct 9, 2015 - 3:47:21 PM

Freeport, Bahamas - The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited (GBPA) pledged $50,000 in aid of the hurricane affected residents, as well as a trailer load of items donated by GBPA employees and the wider community.

GBPA President, Ian Rolle noted that the overall goal of the initiative is to partner with a number of organizations as they seek to provide essential items for those in need.

"The goal is to assist NEMA as well as other non-profit relief organizations that need our help" said President Ian Rolle continuing, " We aided Rotary earlier in the week by covering the freight cost of transporting three ..."
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GBPA: GBPC Improvements Evident in 2016-2018 Rate Submission Proposal would reduce or hold rates flat for customers - Oct 9, 2015 - 8:43:47 AM

In 2012, The Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) established an Operating Protocol and Regulatory Framework which documents how electricity rates will be set for the Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC). The Framework, the first of its kind in the Bahamas, set out electricity rates for 2013 – 2015 and required the Power Company to submit a number of studies and statistics to justify any request for changes in rates.  It also requires GBPC to submit a rate case filing to the regulator every three years and accordingly GBPC submitted a rate filing for GBPA’s review during the first week of August, 2015.

If approved, the new rate structure would mean a reduction in the “all-in” price of electricity for 85% of residential customers. This is a very important step in beginning to assist Grand Bahama’s low income based residents.  The cost of electricity will
Community : Grand Bahama
Freeport Players’ Guild to host ‘Zombie Run’ - October 10th, 2015 - Oct 5, 2015 - 2:52:26 AM

Freeport, Bahamas – For many years the community of Grand Bahama has witnessed some of the Bahamas’ top performers and performances on the stage of the Regency theatre. A non-profit organization, the Freeport Players’ Guild seeks to not only provide quality productions on the stage but also off stage. With earlier success in the year with ‘Operation Island Hunt: Island Wide Scavenger hunt’, the FPG continues this October by hosting another community event.

October 10th 2015 will be a very exciting day for the Freeport Players’ Guild and the community of Grand Bahama. In true theatrical style, the Zombie Run is not just your average fun/run walk.
Community : Grand Bahama
Do you have the cutest potcake or potcat? - Sep 25, 2015 - 11:09:36 AM

It's that time again! Time to search for the cutest picture of your adopted pet for the 2nd annual Humane Society of Grand Bahama calendar. Last year we had so many adorable entries it was really hard to choose the winners. We are so excited to see what you can come up with this year! Cutoff date for entries is September 30, 2015.

The cutest 12 photos will be selected in early October to be the month pictures of the calendar. One super cute and adorable photo will win the honour of being the cover shot.
Community : Grand Bahama
SO2Speak.org calls on Minister for Grand Bahama - Sep 24, 2015 - 9:15:42 AM

Freeport, Bahamas  Edward Kraftmann, Founder and Co-CEO, Ms. Ronit Tehrani, Founder and Co-CEO, and Mr. Jonathan Krause, Founder and Chief Financial Officer of SO2Speak.org, paid a courtesy call on the Hon. Dr. Michael Darville, Minister for Grand Bahama, on Monday, September 21, 2015, at the Ministry for Grand Bahama.

So2Speak.org is a non-profit organization based in Philadelphia, that combines speech with education in order to empower tomorrow's leaders. This rapidly growing organization engages communities and students to become more active participants in their academic, personal and social growth...
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