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East GB Residents In Need Two Years Post-Dorian

Works Minister Alfred Sears travelled to Grand Bahama, where he spent the day touring the eastern end of the island.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Works Minister Alfred Sears travelled to Grand Bahama, where he spent the day touring the eastern end of the island.

There, he spoke with residents who say they still need government assistance, more than two years after Hurricane Dorian battered the island.

Jillian Gray was there. 

 



The singing bishop’s prayers for help funding his feeding ministry have been answered.

WEMCO Security Services donated money needed to pay off the church’sone thousand dollar electricity bill as well as to purchase food and clothing for the less fortunate in Bishop Lawrence Rolle’s community.

However, general manager Jewely Fulford had another surprise for the singing bishop.

Rolle says although the feeding program feeds hundreds on a daily basis, the numbers keep increasing while Rolle is proud of the work his ministry is doing, he says it is taking a toll on his body.

Despite his pain the bishop danced as the company manager officially handed over the cheque.

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