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viagra sale cialis sale times;”>NEW YORK — Veteran Bahamian journalist Fred Sturrup, viagra generic Editor and General Manager of the Freeport News, paid a courtesy call on the Hon. Forrester Carroll, Bahamas Consul General to New York, on Thursday, February 26, 2015, at Bahamas House, 231 East 46th Street. Mr. Sturrup, who is also a sports administrator and National Sports Hall of Fame Member, is visiting New York for a series of meetings in New Jersey and New York primarily about sports events and youth development in The Bahamas. He was accompanied on the courtesy call by Mr. Russell Shuler of Russell Shuler and Associates, and Mr. Kermit Romer, a Bahamian basketball icon who heads KRO Sports based in New York. The trio reached an agreement to collaborate on sporting events in Grand Bahama and youth development there. Pictured from left to right are: Mr. Shuler, Mr. Sturrup, Consul General Carroll and Mr. Romer.

 

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Remarks by HE Eldred Bethel, High Commissioner, at the Commonwealth Briefing for High Commissioners on the 19th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers (19CCEM) at Marlborough House on Wednesday 25 March 2015.

Excellences’, other distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen. Can I start by acknowledging you Mr. DSG and thank you for your kind invitation to address this gathering on the forthcoming Commonwealth Conference for Education Ministers.

The Bahamas is proud to host the 19th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers in Nassau, The Bahamas and we are keen to show you the beauty of our homeland and the hospitality of our people.

It gives me great pleasure to speak to you this morning and to formally invite you most cordially to attend the 19th CCEM in The Bahamas in June of this year. This conference will be the culmination of an enormous collective effort which began in 2012 in Mauritius when our country was selected to be the site for this year’s meeting. From that moment, many institutions and individuals contributed in one form or another towards the planning of this meeting. I should like to take this opportunity to express our thanks, firstly to the Commonwealth Secretariat for kindly permitting The Bahamas to host this Meeting and, secondly for its leadership in the process. Because of the splendid cooperation of the Secretariat, the outlook for the 19th CCEM in Nassau is most favourable.

I also wish to show my appreciation to Dr. Marcellus Taylor, Deputy Director of Education in the Bahamas Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, for the enthusiasm and assistance he is giving to the original initiative; to the Rt. Honourable Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas Perry Christie for his firm support; to the Minister of Education, Science and Technology, the Honourable Jerome Fitzgerald and officers of his Ministry along with the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and many others.

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The CCEM is a very exciting opportunity for The Bahamas and will be the most significant meeting of Commonwealth Ministers in The Bahamas in quite a while with Nassau effectively being the capital city of the Commonwealth for those five days, June 22nd to June 26th.

I am also very excited by the fact that the 19th CCEM will be held at one of the most prestigious hotel properties in the Caribbean, The Atlantis on Paradise Island

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. With 800 plus delegates and members of Commonwealth media anticipated to attend, the Conference will bring Commonwealth exposure to The Bahamas in a way not experienced since the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in1985.

I look forward to working with you on promoting greater engagement on the 19th CCEM. This year’s CCEM program will afford delegates increased interaction between delegates and Ministers. Twenty First Century governance requires robust and free dialogue by as many stake holders as possible. The Theme of the conference is “Quality education for equitable development: Performance, Paths and Productivity”.

This Nassau CCEM also wishes to invite High Commissioners as participating delegates and would like to propose holding a one-day meeting for High Commissioners in Nassau during the CCEM so as to ensure that High Commissioners are aware of the direction the Commonwealth is taking in the area of education. We sincerely hope that you will be able to participate in this program and take advantage of the opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with the Ministers of Education. I trust you will do your utmost to attend.

This we believe is in keeping with The Commonwealth’s Theme for 2015…”A Young Commonwealth…New Generation, new ideas”. I also want to use this time to update you on Visa requirements for The Bahamas. Delegates travelling from seven Commonwealth countries will require a visa prior to travel to The Bahamas. The countries are:

Cameroon
Ghana
India
Mozambique
Nigeria
Pakistan
Rwanda

Delegates requiring an entry visa should meet the immigration requirements and pay the requisite fees as set out in the 19th CCEM Aide Memoire and listed on the High Commission’s website. Visa may be obtained in two ways:

1. A personal submission by individual delegates, or a delegate on behalf of a whole delegation, at the Bahamas High Commission in London. A 24 hour service will be offered to delegates in London.

2. Delegates who are not in London may courier their application directly to Bahamas House via FedEx, DHL or TNT for the visa issuance.

During the conference I do not expect any of you will have the opportunity to get any sand between your toes so at the end of the meeting I would like to encourage you to spend an extra couple of days in The Bahamas to enjoy ”Earth’s Paradise” and to see for yourselves the swimming pigs.

Friends, there is a Bahamian folk song that asks the question…”If the good Lord never goes on holiday…tell me why…please tell me why? He made the Bahamas….? The Islands of The Bahamas consist of more than one hundred thousand square miles of the world’s clearest waters, which is often referred to by the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism as a one hundred thousand square mile SPA.

In my capacity High Commissioner, Excellences, it will be my great honour to welcome you all to the 19th CCEM. See you in Nassau in June.

Thank you

The 19CCEM will be hosted at the Atlantis Resort in Nassau from 22 to 26 June 20

 

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NEW YORK — The Hon. Forrester Carroll, Bahamas Consul General to New York, delivered brief remarks at the funeral service for Sandra Marie Elliott Coleman at St. Philip’s Church, 134th Street at Adam Powell Jr. Boulevard, New York, on Tuesday, February 24, 2015. Mrs. Coleman was a Bahamian-American and the oldest daughter of the late Clarence Elliott, who was born and grew up at Stanyard Creek, Andros, before moving to New York in the late 1940s. Although she was born in New York, Mrs. Coleman received her early childhood education in Nassau, Bahamas, and subsequently attended high school in Miami, graduating from Miami Northwestern Senior High School in 1965. She subsequently spent more than 20 years in the U.S. Navy, and as a retired Naval Officer, another funeral service will be held in a chapel at a Quantico Base in Virginia on Friday, February 27, and she will be buried in Quantico National Cemetery. Pictured from left to right following the funeral service in New York are: Mr. William R. Dames, Past-President of the Bahamian American Association; Mrs. Sandra McLaughlin, Consul, Bahamas Consulate in New York; Oswald T. Brown, Press, Cultural Affairs and Information Manager with the Bahamas Embassy in Washington, D.C., and a first cousin of Mrs. Coleman; Miss Norma Elliott, a sister of Mrs. Coleman; Mr. Joseph Taylor, a Bahamian living in New York; Ms. Dorea Rolle, President of the Bahamian American Association; Dr. Valencia Carroll, wife of the Consul General; and Consul General Carroll.