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Unity In Community Launched In Grand Bahama

GRAND BAHAMA, BAHAMAS – Howard Bowe, now bound to a wheelchair since 1997, says he wants to use his life experience to guide young men in his community.

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GRAND BAHAMA, BAHAMAS – Howard Bowe, now bound to a wheelchair since 1997, says he wants to use his life experience to guide young men in his community.

Bowe was shot to the back while walking through a track road with two friends. Since then, he has given much of his time and efforts to making an impact. As one of the organizers for Unity In The Community, he says this latest initiative aims to serve as a crime prevention tool.

Bowe says he is challenging other men throughout Grand Bahama to follow their framework.

Organizer, Michael Colebrooke Jr.’s personal story leading to a calling to give back. Colebrooke grew up in the Grand Bahama Children’s Home from the age of 7 until he was 18. Now a father to four boys, he says there has never been a second thought about taking part in Unity In The Community.

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