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GRAND BAHAMA, BAHAMAS – Here is a positive story of a woman, who despite the odds, is taking time out to mentor young women in Grand Bahama.

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GRAND BAHAMA, BAHAMAS – Here is a positive story of a woman, who despite the odds, is taking time out to mentor young women in Grand Bahama all in an effort to help combat the many social ills young people are facing today in society.

It’s often said that every cloud has a silver lining. That’s the story for Sabrina Brown, the founder and president of Aim High Girls Club. Brown was determined to relaunch her organization while undergoing intense chemo-therapy.

Aim high, a mentoring organization for young women focuses on personal and professional development in the Pinder’s point community on Grand Bahama

The club encompasses a number of training programs.The latest. A three-week character building series with twenty participants.

The founder shares the reason for this focus, as she says in life, everything is centered around character.

Business woman Baranette Thomas sharing a message of “Knowing who you are” with the young women

Participant Nubia Cooper telling us her experience thus far.

But for Brown, she says she believes it’s her mission to bring about a transformation in these young ladies.

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