Tuesday 21 February, 2017
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Eleuthera News

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(Eleuthera, Bahamas) – While Eleuthera for the most part is safe, Category 4 Hurricane Matthew brought great destruction to the islands of New Providence, Grand Bahama and Andros, disrupting the tranquility and physical environment of...

  The phenomenal success of the Annual Music in the Garden and Tree Lighting, is a reflection of the ever-increasing dedication and enthusiasm Cancer Society volunteers and supporters display on a continual basis. We personally thank you for your recent monetary contribution to the Music in the Garden and Tree Lighting event. This event would...

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(Eleuthera, Bahamas) – The Rotary Club of Eleuthera has donated much needed computers to the Palmetto Point Community Library.  This library is used for after school research for students from Central Eleuthera High School and Emma Cooper Primary School, who reside in the local community and surrounding communities.   L-R...

BAYFRONT PARK, GOVERNOR’S HARBOURNOVEMBER 2nd – NOVEMBER 9TH, 2014 MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD , 2014 7:00 PM  CHURCH SERVICE, BAY FRONT, PARK, ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLEX TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, 2014                                                                                              ...

Rotarians and Rotaractors, representing Rotary Clubs of The Bahamas at the Ocean Hole in Rock Sound, Eleuthera (Eleuthera, Bahamas) – During the weekend of October 31 – November 2, 2014 a delegation of Rotarians and Rotaractors, representing Rotary Clubs of The Bahamas (RCOB), traveled to the beautiful island of Eleuthera for a weekend of...

(Eleuthera, Bahamas) – THE ROTARY CLUB OF ELEUTHERA hosted the children of Zion Children’s Home to a field trip to South Eleuthera on Friday August 29th. Accompanying the 7 resident children were 6 adults inclusive of the founders, Earmily Munroe and Geletta Kemp and Home administrator, Alicia Munroe. The group’s first stop, upon arriving...

(Nassau, Bahamas) – There were a number of media outlets who published reports attributed to the Haitian President saying that there are stateless people of Haitian descent in The Bahamas. As The Bahamas government understands the law of Haiti, the child of Haitian born anywhere is Haitian at birth. This would mean therefore that the children...

On July 7-9, The Bahamas Plastic Movement (BPM) teamed up with The Island School to host its first ever Marine Debris and Me Plastic Pollution Camp. Twelve students aged 9-14 from throughout South Eleuthera, Bahamas were welcomed onto the Island School campus for three fun filled days of marine debris and plastic pollution education and research. The...

For Earth Day and Coastal Awareness Month members of The Bahamas Plastic Movement visited the Harbour Island All Age School (HIAAS) on April 11, 2014 to educate students on environmental and health issues regarding plastic pollution. Plastic debris has accumulated in a variety of environments from terrestrial to the open sea and even the most remote...