Thursday 11 August, 2022
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Eleuthera News

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The graduating Class of 2022 from North Eleuthera High School, stand proudly in front of parents, family and friends, as they say goodbye to high school. Senior High School graduation ceremonies took place across Eleuthera during the final half...

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During the first week in June 2022, District Superintendent of Education for the Eleuthera District, Mr. Michael Culmer, in an interview, commented on the upcoming Ministry of Education’s programs during the summer, national exams, and...

One Big, Happy Family! Sheryl Fax, Office Associate Yolanda Pawar, Chief Communications Officer Daniel Smith, Farm Associate Natasha Ingraham, Maintenance Associate and her daughter Aliyah.

  Teamwork makes the dream work. Team members from OEF take a break to strike a pose. “Spectacular”, “heart-warming,” “unforgettable” and “impactful” are just a few of the words used by guests to describe One Eleuthera...

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Diana ‘Lady Di’ Thompson and Mrs. Lena Johnson cut the ceremonial ribbon to reopen the Hatchet Bay Packing House. Minister of Agriculture, Marine Resources and Family Island Affairs the Hon. Clay Sweeting officially re-opened the...

Sohan Bryan of Central Eleuthera High School - 1st Place Eleuthera District Spelling Bee Winner stands with District Superintendent of Education, Mr. Michael Culmer.

Sohan Bryan of Central Eleuthera High School – 1st Place Eleuthera District Spelling Bee Winner stands with District Superintendent of Education, Mr. Michael Culmer. Organizers of the 2022 Eleuthera District Inter-School Spelling Bee competition...

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Pictured above: Local Ministry of Tourism officials and RBPF officials stand with some of the Princess Cays Craft Center Vendors who successfully completed BahamaHost in December 2021. On Wednesday morning, December 22nd, 2021, the Ministry...

Saturday morning's, 'Walk For the Cure' was held on French Leave Beach on October 30th, 2021.

The Eleuthera Cancer Society’s Saturday morning, ‘Walk For the Cure’ was held on French Leave Beach on October 30th, 2021. October is marked and recognized by the Cancer Society of The Bahamas, Eleuthera Branch as Breast Cancer...

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Miss Tamia Knowles of Emma E. Cooper Primary School. Tamia Knowles of Palmetto Point, Eleuthera was selected as the nominee for the Emma Cooper Primary School in the 2021 Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Awards Program, and during...

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Central Eleuthera High School Graduates walk the marked green carpet to receive their Bahamas National High School Diplomas and academic achievement awards, as family members, friends and well-wishers cheer them on. (Family, friends, schools...

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  Tarpum Bay Primary Rake N’ Scrape. With some 400 entries, and 800 participants over 10 islands, the 2021 Digital E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival adjudications began during the third week in May, and entries from around...