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THE WORK OF THE MISSIONS ABROAD

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viagra canada recipe times;”>NEW YORK — Mrs. Sandra Ferguson-McLaughlin (left), no rx Consul at the Bahamas Consulate in New York, is pictured with Mrs. Merle Cooper-Jones, a schoolmate at St. John’s College in Nassau who she had not seen in more than forty years during a courtesy call by Mrs. Cooper-Jones on the Bahamas Consulate. Mrs. Cooper-Jones, who currently lives in in Pennsylvania, one of the states under the Jurisdiction of the Bahamas Consul General in New York, is a niece of the late Rev. R.E. Cooper Sr.

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NEW YORK — Four Bahamian students at SUNY Maritime College in the Bronx, New York, returned from their Summer SeaTerm on Monday, August 10, 2015. Each year over the four-year period at the college, students would go to sea for a period of 45 days. In the final (senior) year they would go to sea for 90 days. During their recent trip the students travelled to Ireland, Croatia and several cities in Spain. This was the first year at sea for three of the Bahamian students. The other student, D’Juan Seymour, is presently a senior. They all indicated that it was a tremendous experience for them, and they were certainly grateful for the opportunity. Pictured From left to right are: Brandon S. Ferguson, Cory Nixon, D’Juan Seymour, and Jasmine Ferguson.

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