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Grand Bahama to receive post crisis seminars for families and businesses - Oct 26, 2016 - 7:45:38 PM

The Grand Bahama Port Authority announces that it is adding to its program of care packages, water, and ice distribution and has organized a series of seminars to assist both business owners and families dealing with the post-crisis impact of Hurricane Matthew.

GBPA’s Vice President – Henry St. George states: “alongside our relief program we are commencing the rebuilding phase, The GBPA has organized two days of post crisis management seminars – one day focusing on families and one day for business owners. The seminars will provide critical information and guidance and help attendees navigate the after effects of Hurricane Matthew.
Community : Grand Bahama
AML Joins Int'l Vendors For Hurricane Relief Efforts In Grand Bahama - Oct 17, 2016 - 11:19:23 PM

Nassau, Bahamas — In the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, AML Foods Ltd has partnered with three international vendors to bring much-needed relief to Grand Bahama residents.  The local grocer teamed up with US-based Associated Grocers and SuperValu to send two 40ft containers of water to the island. AML also confirmed that Sun International Produce shipped a 40ft container of ice to the second city.

Tropical Shipping brought in the containers waiving all freight charges and the items will be distributed by the Bahamas Red Cross to immediately assist victims of the massive storm. Less than two weeks ago, Hurricane Matthew caused widespread damage and destruction throughout the islands of The Bahamas...
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GBPA Facilitates Humanitarian Relief Effort Post Matthew - Oct 15, 2016 - 8:31:02 AM

Freeport, Grand Bahama - Hurricane relief aid began arriving on Grand Bahama earlier this week by way of a coordinated effort between Samaritan’s Purse International Relief (SPIR) and Karazim Ministries, with The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited (GBPA) as project facilitators. The humanitarian relief effort was organized by local church ministers, Raoul Armbrister, SPIR Regional Manager for North & Central American and the Caribbean, along with Karen Armbrister, National Coordinator for Christmas Child, to assist families adversely impacted by the recent hurricane.

“Matthew was a massive storm, predicted to produce exceptionally high winds, storm surge, along with the possibility of tornadic activity, most of which this island had not seen in many years,” cited Raoul Armbrister...
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GBPA St. George and Rolle on Hurricane Matthew Preparedness - Oct 4, 2016 - 1:46:21 PM

Hurricane Matthew is now just a few hundred miles away from Grand Bahama. No-one can truly know the storm’s path or its impact, but we can brace for it as well as humanly possible. We at The Grand Bahama Port Authority and the island are better prepared than in earlier times, thanks to lessons learned from the hurricanes we have survived. Our emergency preparedness team are doing everything in their power to keep residents safe. Meetings have been held this past week to cover all checklists and emergency measures.
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Registration Opens for Grand Bahama’s Youth Environment Ambassadors program - Sep 26, 2016 - 6:05:44 AM

Three years after it was launched as the training ground to help prepare junior high students in Grand Bahama to become ambassadors for the environment, the popular Youth Environment Ambassadors program opened for registration this week but with noticeable differences.

“There will be fewer participants but they will enjoy broader experiences,” explained YEA Administrator Rashema Ingraham. “In the past, we have accommodated 40 deserving students per 12-week series. While that was great, the high number made travel to other islands to experience what is special about their environment unrealistic so this year we aim to limit the number to 20 students but work toward opportunities for those participants to travel to explore and study the land and marine environment in at least two of the Family Islands...”
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AML Donates Over 1000 Books to Grand Bahama Community - Sep 25, 2016 - 8:22:45 PM

Freeport, Bahamas - Residents of the Grand Bahama Children’s Home along with hundreds of local primary school students on the island recently received a generous back-to-school giveaway from AML Foods Ltd. The parent company of Solomon’s Lucaya, Solomon’s Queen’s Highway and Costright Freeport presented more than 1000 composition books to the home administrator and the principals at Walter Parker Primary and Bartlett Hill Primary schools.

Managers at the three retail outlets spearheaded the giveback initiative as a way to touch the lives of their customers and directly impact the greater community. Each manager identified an organization in need of the supplies and reached out directly to the group to arrange for delivery just in time for the fall semester...

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American male and female found in possession of unlicensed firearm in Grand Bahama - Sep 23, 2016 - 1:16:50 PM

Freeport, Grand Bahama - An American male and female are in police custody after they were found in possession of unlicensed firearms and ammunition.

Reports are that on Thursday 22nd September 2016 shortly after 8:00pm, acting on information, police went to a residence in the Fortune Bay area and arrested the American couple after they were found in possession of a 7.62 rifle with (75) rounds of ammunition and a black and chrome Mossberg 12 gauge shotgun with (21) shotgun shells...
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Grand Bahama Coastal Cleanup involves community members of all ages - Sep 22, 2016 - 9:20:04 AM

Freeport, Grand Bahama Island - Early on Saturday morning two (2) weekends in a row, September 10th and 17th, community members met with a common cause in mind. They came by boat, they came by bus, they came by car, truck and foot. On September 10th, EARTHCARE volunteers performed an Underwater Cleanup of Taino Beach.

The following Saturday, Lucaya International School (LIS) and EARTHCARE Eco Kids cleaned Gold Rock Beach at the Lucayan National Park East, assisting the Zone Captain, Gail Woon (EARTHCARE) with the Gold Rock Beach International Coastal Cleanup Day (ICC) 2016...
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Warriors Set Pace for GBPA’s Contact Center Education Initiative - Sep 19, 2016 - 5:08:09 PM

Freeport - Grand Bahama - In true Warriors fashion, seniors at the Bishop Michael Eldon High School (BMES), were the first to participate in the Contact Center Education Initiative (CCEI), a partnership project recently launched by The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited (GBPA), and local Call Center operators, Island Outsourcers/itelBPO Solutions.

On Friday, 9th September, BMES held its first CCEI class consisting of approximately thirty-nine 12th grade Advance Placement (AP) students. According to the school’s Vice Principal Sophia Howden, the CCEI aligns well with the school’s vision regarding international certifications...
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Garden of the Groves hosts Workshop on Aquaponics - Sep 16, 2016 - 12:58:09 PM

Freeport, Bahamas - The Garden of the Groves Aquaponics Farm has been in operation for one year. Teachers from Grand Bahama as well as Grand Cay, Abaco attended a three day workshop to learn and see firsthand the process of Aquaponics Farming in order to enlighten their students at the various Government Schools. Eventually the teachers are hoping to implement aquaponics farming in the school system.

Wayne Hall, Operations Manager of the aquaponics farm was thrilled to host such a workshop and share his knowledge with teachers and The Agriculture Unit of the Department of Education. Participants became familiar with seed planting, transfer of plants after germination into floating growing beds, maintenance of fish that provide organic nutrients as well as harvesting of greens...
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Solomon’s Lucaya Sees Success With In Store Health Seminar - Sep 14, 2016 - 11:20:01 PM

Freeport, Bahamas — During the Solomon’s Lucaya’s Let’s Talk Health series held last month, local physician Dr. Monique Pratt answered one-on-one questions from participants in the free, in-store session.

Saturday shoppers took full advantage of the opportunity to chat about common health issues including hypertension, diabetes and obesity at the Ask The Doctor presentation. Dr. Pratt, a specialist in Internal Medicine & Nephrology, gave preventative tips attendees could incorporate into their daily lives. She advised on topics from dietary changes to the importance of having an open line of communication with primary physicians...
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Marco City FNM Association Supports Youth Education - Sep 4, 2016 - 7:54:27 PM

On Saturday 3rd September Members of the Marco City FNM Association along with Michael Pintard treated hundreds of children to a back to school fun day at the Jack Hayward Gymnasium.  The festivities included face painting, bouncing castle, food and drinks along with sweet treats such as snow cones and cotton candy topped off with popcorn. The highlight of the afternoon however was the distribution of school supplies and backpacks to more than 200 students of all ages ranging from kindergarten to senior high.

The event is one of several initiatives planned by the Association along with Mr. Pintard to jump start the new school year.  According to the Association’s Chairman Mr. Kendal Culmer, “We intend to sponsor and in other cases support financially and otherwise a variety of community projects and programs...
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Miss Grand Bahama Pageant 2016/17 Seeking Applicants - Sep 3, 2016 - 9:29:18 AM

Freeport, Bahamas - In 2016, the Miss Grand Bahama Organization is proud to be celebrating 30 years!  This year's theme is, "Embracing Our Inner Beauty!" and the organization is now seeking applicants for the new season.

The next Miss Grand Bahama will join the group of 30 as the current queen, Danielle Pratt will hand over her crown in October 2016. The search is on for all young ladies  be they from West End, Eight Mile Rock, East End, Pinders Point and Freeport!

"I want to thank Danielle Pratt for doing such a great job and has been very busy promoting our organization and Miss Grand Bahama!" said Glenn Davis...
Community : Grand Bahama
Summer Camps visit The Garden of the Groves - Sep 1, 2016 - 3:10:38 PM

The more we love our earth, the more we love our life.” - Anthony Douglas Williams 

The Garden of the Groves welcomed over five hundred summer camp children along with chaperones from various camps during the month of July and August.

The educational and fun field trip to the Garden consisted of a guided tour through the tropical garden and certified wildlife habitat. As part of the tour the campers were shown plants that attracts butterflies and hummingbirds, they fed fish and turtles, while some had the opportunity to pet ‘Royal’ a twenty two year old cockatoo...
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GBPA/ ItelBPO Partnership building Freeport’s ICT Industry - Aug 28, 2016 - 11:56:30 AM

Thursday, 25th August, 2016 – Freeport Grand Bahama - As the new school year gets underway in a few days, hundreds of 12th graders on Grand Bahama will have fresh opportunities to effectively prepare themselves for either higher education, or post-graduation employment opportunities; owing to a new skills based training initiative created to support Grand Bahama’s recently established Call Center Industry.

In May of this year, officials of The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited (GBPA) and Island Outsourcers/itelBPO Solutions, partnered to develop and introduce the Contact Center Education Initiative (CCEI). The program is geared toward equipping graduates with meaningful results, driven by enhanced employability skills to support the island’s Contact Center sector, but will also prove as an asset to every local employer.

“Several years ago, GBPA commissioned a detailed Contact Center feasibility study to determine Grand Bahama’s viability as a nearshore call center destination. Following extremely favorable feedback, we then identified the industry as a ‘low lying fruit’ for Freeport; one that could quickly be developed, given the city’s infrastructure, literacy and language skills,  as well as other factors,” explained Ian Rolle, GBPA President.
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GBPA’s BTS Vocalist Competition Pays Off - Aug 24, 2016 - 1:27:52 PM

Freeport, Bahamas - Downtown Freeport blazed on Friday night as vocalists vied for the grand prize of $1,000.00, during The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited’s (GBPA), “Back to School Vocalist Competition”.  The event marked the third in a series of events planned for every Friday in the month of August, themed “Back to School Family Fridays” (BTS Fridays), promoting GBPA’s BUY Local, SHOP at HOME message.

“All of the events to-date have been great, and I am excited to see the participation for the Vocalist Competition,” shared Ian Rolle, GBPA President. “The BTS Friday’s initiative has done well for building family friendly entertainment and activities in the city’s center, whilst creating an excellent opportunity for merchants to promote their businesses...
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Puppet presentations educate Grand Bahama youth on proper garbage disposal - Aug 16, 2016 - 2:25:01 AM

Freeport, Bahamas - The Keep Grand Bahama Clean (KGBC) committee has officially concluded its annual puppet show summer camp presentations.   Approximately 450 summer camp goers ranging from 5-16 years of age were impacted by the programme throughout the island.

The month long puppet show tour was well received by the eager youngsters who learned the importance of properly disposing garbage, as well as the harsh consequences of littering...
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GBPA’s Jazz in The Square Transforms Downtown Freeport - Aug 15, 2016 - 12:37:25 PM

Churchill Square, Freeport – “Back to School Family Friday’s” (BTS Friday’s), an initiative of The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited (GBPA) and its Invest Grand Bahama Small Business Bureau (IGBSBB), brought Churchill Square to life on Friday past, with ‘Jazz in The Square’; event number two, in a series of four events planned for the month of August.

Scores of Jazz enthusiast gathered in Churchill Square to enjoy the soulful performance of Methice Rigby & Friends, which perfectly blended art and music with Spoken Word from Poets, ‘Esi Amani’, ‘T.O Gittens’, Siadra Sutherland, Antonio Smith and ‘Copy Written’...
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Downtown Freeport's ‘Back to School DJ Jam Fest’ promotes "BUY Local, SHOP at Home" - Aug 8, 2016 - 1:03:34 PM

Freeport, Grand Bahama - The Downtown area buzzed with excitement as executives of the Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited (GBPA), and its Invest Grand Bahama Small Business Bureau (IGBSBB), hosted its ‘Back to School DJ Jam Fest’, on Pioneers Way. This event was the first in a series of family centered activities planned for the month of August, to promote shopping local for back to school.

As shared by GBPA President, Ian Rolle, "Back to School Family Fridays (BTS Fridays), is an initiative of the IGBSBB, created to stimulate economic activity for Licencees, deliver a value based shopping experience for locals, and provide clean, fun entertainment for families and individuals," cited Rolle...
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Pelican Bay Hotel wraps up Culinary Management Institute Partnership program with COB - Jul 30, 2016 - 1:02:47 AM

Freeport, Grand Bahama – On July 27th, 2016, the 12-week Culinary Management Institute Partnership program between Pelican Bay hotel and College of The Bahamas came to a close. The students assigned to Pelican Bay were: Ashanti Williams majoring in Hospitality management, Tourism and Hospitality major Robin Major and Marketing major Vania Hamilton, who got the opportunity to work in all departments at the boutique hotel, including security, front office, food and beverage, front of house, back of house, front desk, reservations, housekeeping and more.

Pelican Bay operations manager Della Bridgewater took a personal interest in the students saying, “I know what it is to be an intern. I graduated from FIU and interned at Pelican Bay and I’ve been through the ranks...”
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