There was supposed to be a government sponsored meeting in Bimini to discuss the environment on Thursday 15 June. Turns out it wasn’t what it was advertised. Fred Smith and his band of quacks and frauds who call themselves Save The Bays, the fake environmental organization, were at the meeting trying to drum up support for whatever their latest crusade is on Bimini. The Minister for the Environment did not show up and neither did the new MP for Bimini. All missing in action. The people of Bimini were incensed that they had been fooled and told Fred Smith that no one wanted to hear from him and that he was not wanted in Bimini. There are real problems re the environment there with the Bimini Bay Resort threatening the mangroves in North Bimini with a golf course and further housing development.
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Prime Minister Perry Christie with Tourism Minister Obie Wilchcombe shown with developers of Resorts World Bimini Bay project in North Bimini at the official commissioning of their new Hilton Hotel on Saturday 4th June. The photo is by Peter Ramsay of the Bahamas
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Our condolences to the family of the late Rev. Dr. Stanley Pinder, a Stalwart Councilor of the Progressive Liberal Party form Bimini. Rev. Pinder who was the Pastor and lead Bishop at the Zion Baptist Church in Bimini was a man of sterling character and of strict morals. He spent his professional life as the Restaurant Captain at the Big Game’s high end restaurant. He had a reputation for making sure, clothes were properly ironed, finger nails clean, and shoes were polished. If you showed up to work without all that in place, you are sent back home. No ifs ands or buts about it. His children gave him a good send doff in Bimini on Saturday 5 September . He was buried in the churchyard. Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell attended the funeral. The Prime Minister Perry Christie travelled form Nassau to be there as was the Minister of Tourism and MP for Bimini Obie Wilchombe, Transport Minister Glenys Hanna Martin and Attorney General Allyson Gibson. Another tragic note was that another Reverend was speaking at the memorial service on the night before Dr. Pinder’s funeral when he took ill and died in the church at the memorial service. Rev. Clyde Flowers became the latest of that Pindling generation of PLP leaders: Yama Bama, Cy Smith, Jerome Stuart, Glen Rolle, Stanley Pinder all went before him. Left standing George Weech, the former MP, Ansell Saunders Kirk Hinsey. The question is who is succeeding these men in the PLP as the fixtures of community?
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ALICE TOWN, viagra sale search Bimini – Often declared ‘the Gateway to The Bahamas, pills ’ the island of Bimini, with its close proximity to the Florida has played host to a number of celebrities and thousands of boaters and fishing tournaments. Now-a-days, the island has regained its popularity for fishing, bright sandy beaches, tasty Bahamian dishes, the nightlife or the nonstop entertainment at Resorts World Bimini.
Bimini has also been a favourite spot for the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration, the Hon. Frederick Mitchell, who traveled there for the Annual Glenda’s Road Race on Thursday. He placed first in the ‘50 and Over’ division.
While there the Minister had the opportunity to welcome some 350 persons to the island, who traveled there from South Florida aboard some 62 boats to participate in the Annual Bimini Lobster Bash.
Resorts World Bimini played host to the event, which was organized by Chris Finck of Marine Max Boaters and the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism. Leonard “Brave” Stuart, a native of Bimini and employed with the Ministry of Tourism, was one of the key figures behind the event.
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buy viagra times;”>In the beautiful island of Bimini on November 7th, 2014 the community oldest, most respected and entertaining personality Uncle Natty Saunders aka Piccolo Pete celebrated his 100th Birthday in Grand Style at the Bimini Big Game Resort on North Bimini. For many of you who thought Piccolo enjoyed his celebration from the seat of the chair then are sadly mistaken. Uncle Natty can dance and step with the best of them who’s twice his junior. The Bimini Times want to extend a Huge 100th Birthday wishes to the Rock and Backbone of the Bimini Community.
(Bimini, Bahamas) Xernona Clayton, founder of the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame celebrated her 84th birthday on the Bahamas island where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. penned a portion of his “I Have A Dream” speech. One of the more notable Atlanta-based female civil rights leader, Xernona Clayton Brady and her twin sister were born August 30, 1930 in Muskogee, Oklahoma.
The broadcasting executive who founded the Trumpet Awards was joined by over 70 friends and family members on the island of Bimini, which lies just sixty miles off the coast of Florida.
Among the guests was former Member of Parliament for Bimini and the Berry Islands, Hon. George Weech. Bishop Neil C. Ellis, who was the third Bahamian inducted onto the International Civil Rights Hall of Fame in Atlanta and his wife, Patrice also joined in the festivities, with the clergyman bringing remarks as a friend of the birthday lady. Bahamas Consul General to Atlanta, Randy E. Rolle, a native of Bimini was also on hand to bring remarks and gave visitors a true island experience, before inviting them to return for their special events.
“Xernona Clayton is truly a friend to The Commonwealth of The Bahamas,” Rolle said. “It is an absolute honor to be here to pay tribute to a woman who has been such a big part of our Consulate in Atlanta. There are many from Atlanta who have chosen The Bahamas as the place to make their memories. This year we’ve been proud to have provided assistance to Think Like a Man producer Will Packer with his birthday bash and Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed and his wife with their engagement. So we are excited when The Bahamas is the setting for such momentous occasions.”
Glenda’s Road Race in Bimni is probably the oldest road race in the country. It is now 47 years old and the race was taken over by the late Glen Rolle and named for his daughter Glenda who made an appearance to present the prizes at this year’s race. Glenrick Rolle, viagra usa cialis the late Glen Rolle’s son, check Pastor Dexter Rolle, case the late Glen Rolle’s good friend and Leonard “Brave” Stuart have been keeping the race alive along with Vincent Ellis, another friend of the late Glen Rolle. Each year MP for Fox Hill Fred Mitchell comes to Bimini for the race that he has been coming to for twenty years and has been running in the race for four years. This year he came first in the category over 50, he was only one of two in the category. Obie Roberts of the Bimini Times took the photos of the run.
Fred Mitchell MP will run in the Glenda’s Road Race in Bimini on Thursday 7th August. This is the 49th annual race named after the daughter of the late civic activist in Bimini Glen Rolle. The race is three miles and is an open race.