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FIU researchers: there’s a 'window of opportunity' in the Bahamas for stronger building code enforcement

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Extreme Events Institute researchers analyzed results from first post-Dorian survey of Bahamians, find increased public support for safer construction, stricter code enforcement
          

PHSC Hosts Bahamas School Supplies Drive

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Pasco-Hernando State College is collecting donations of school supplies to assist schoolchildren of the Bahamas. An estimated 18,000 children and their families have been displaced since Hurricane Dorian struck the islands on September 1. Ten schools were destroyed on the island of Abaco alone, while many other schools sustained damages. The traumatized children of the [...]
          

Port-Of-Spain Has Been Designated A UNESCO City Of Music!

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Port-of-Spain is now officially a UNESCO Creative City of Music. The Mayor of the capital of Trinidad and Tobago made the announcement at a ceremony on Tuesday morning. “Port of Spain has been designated a UNESCO Creative City of Music! Our Capital City now joins 180 countries including Kingston, Jamaica and Nassau, Bahamas under this designation!” declared Mayor Joel Martinez. The Mayor said it is not difficult to see why […]
          

Other: Local CDL A Ready Mix Truck Drivers - $2,000 Sign On Bonus! - Georgetown, Texas

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This position will be responsible for the safe operation of a Ready Mix vehicle. This position requires a commercial driver's license and candidate should have experience with local deliveries. $2,000 Sign On Bonus Paid Within 6 Months - Position Based Out Of - Austin, TX  Starting Pay $19-21/hour depending on Ready Mix Experience! Requirements Ability to operate ready mix truck (discharge control) Ability to climb on and off the cab and ladder on rear of truck Ability to work Monday - Saturday schedule with flexible hours Ability to lift and carry concrete chutes (up to 45 lbs) Safety focused Proactive in SAFETY and works well in a team environment Benefits Medical Prescription Drug Dental Vision Health Care Reimbursement Account Dependent Care Reimbursement Account Wellness Programs Employee Assistance Plan Paid Holidays and Vacation 401(k) with Company matching Pension Sickness and Accident - Short-Term Disability Optional Long-Term Disability Employee Life Insurance Spouse & Dependent Life Insurance Business Travel Accident Insurance Direct Deposit Payroll Educational/Tuition Assistance Plan College Scholarship Program - for dependent children Matching Gift Program New Auto Purchase Discount Plans PTO Load Bonus   Recently ranked at #72 on Fortune magazine's list of the 100 Fastest-Growing Companies in the world, Martin Marietta, a member of the S&P 500 Index, employs more than 8,500 employees at operations spanning 27 states, Canada and the Bahamas. A leading supplier of aggregates and heavy building materials, dedicated teams at Martin Marietta supply the resources for the roads, sidewalks and foundations on which we live.   At Martin Marietta, we are always looking for the best and the brightest, for people who have the potential to be the Company's future leaders. We are building on our foundation of success by selecting the finest people and helping them realize their potential. When you decide to build your career at Martin Marietta, you'll know what it's like to be respected, challenged and rewarded.   Call 844-242-0027 Or Apply Online Today!          We are an equal opportunity employer. Qualified minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. ()
          

Other: Local CDL A Ready Mix Truck Drivers - Home Daily! - Georgetown, Texas

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This position will be responsible for the safe operation of a Ready Mix vehicle. This position requires a commercial driver's license and candidate should have experience with local deliveries.   Requirements Ability to operate ready mix truck (discharge control) Ability to climb on and off the cab and ladder on rear of truck Ability to work Monday - Saturday schedule with flexible hours Ability to lift and carry concrete chutes (up to 45 lbs) Safety focused Proactive in SAFETY and works well in a team environment Benefits Medical Prescription Drug Dental Vision Health Care Reimbursement Account Dependent Care Reimbursement Account Wellness Programs Employee Assistance Plan Paid Holidays and Vacation 401(k) with Company matching Pension Sickness and Accident - Short-Term Disability Optional Long-Term Disability Employee Life Insurance Spouse & Dependent Life Insurance Business Travel Accident Insurance Direct Deposit Payroll Educational/Tuition Assistance Plan College Scholarship Program - for dependent children Matching Gift Program New Auto Purchase Discount Plans PTO and Load Bonus Available For Austin and San Antonio Recently ranked at #72 on Fortune magazine's list of the 100 Fastest-Growing Companies in the world, Martin Marietta, a member of the S&P 500 Index, employs more than 8,500 employees at operations spanning 27 states, Canada and the Bahamas. A leading supplier of aggregates and heavy building materials, dedicated teams at Martin Marietta supply the resources for the roads, sidewalks and foundations on which we live.   At Martin Marietta, we are always looking for the best and the brightest, for people who have the potential to be the Company's future leaders. We are building on our foundation of success by selecting the finest people and helping them realize their potential. When you decide to build your career at Martin Marietta, you'll know what it's like to be respected, challenged and rewarded.   Call 844-242-0027 Or Apply Online Today!          We are an equal opportunity employer. Qualified minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. ()
          

Other: Local CDL A Truck Drivers - $2,000 Sign On Bonus! - Georgetown, Texas

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This position will be responsible for the safe operation of a Ready Mix vehicle. This position requires a commercial driver's license and candidate should have experience with local deliveries. $2,000 Sign On Bonus Paid Within 6 Months - Position Based Out Of - Austin, TX Starting Pay $19-21/hour depending on Ready Mix Experience! Requirements Ability to operate ready mix truck (discharge control) Ability to climb on and off the cab and ladder on rear of truck Ability to work Monday - Saturday schedule with flexible hours Ability to lift and carry concrete chutes (up to 45 lbs) Safety focused Proactive in SAFETY and works well in a team environment Benefits Medical Prescription Drug Dental Vision Health Care Reimbursement Account Dependent Care Reimbursement Account Wellness Programs Employee Assistance Plan Paid Holidays and Vacation 401(k) with Company matching Pension Sickness and Accident - Short-Term Disability Optional Long-Term Disability Employee Life Insurance Spouse & Dependent Life Insurance Business Travel Accident Insurance Direct Deposit Payroll Educational/Tuition Assistance Plan College Scholarship Program - for dependent children Matching Gift Program New Auto Purchase Discount Plans PTO Load Bonus   Recently ranked at #72 on Fortune magazine's list of the 100 Fastest-Growing Companies in the world, Martin Marietta, a member of the S&P 500 Index, employs more than 8,500 employees at operations spanning 27 states, Canada and the Bahamas. A leading supplier of aggregates and heavy building materials, dedicated teams at Martin Marietta supply the resources for the roads, sidewalks and foundations on which we live.   At Martin Marietta, we are always looking for the best and the brightest, for people who have the potential to be the Company's future leaders. We are building on our foundation of success by selecting the finest people and helping them realize their potential. When you decide to build your career at Martin Marietta, you'll know what it's like to be respected, challenged and rewarded.   Call 844-242-0027 Or Apply Online Today!         We are an equal opportunity employer. Qualified minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. ()
          

Banking services slowly being restored for Abacos says CBA

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As the situation slowly begins to improve on the Abaco islands, the member banks of the Clearing Banks Association of The Bahamas (CBA) are working diligently to restore banking services to clients and communities impacted by Hurricane Dorian.

“Right now, banks are in the process of restoring ATM services as a first step in a return to normal services for local residents,” said LaSonya Missick, President, CBA and Managing Director, RBC Bahamas...
          

Local CDL B Ready Mix Truck Drivers - Home Daily!

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This position will be responsible for the safe operation of a Ready Mix vehicle. This position requires a commercial driver's license and candidate should have experience with local deliveries.   Requirements Ability to operate ready mix truck (discharge control) Ability to climb on and off the cab and ladder on rear of truck Ability to work Monday - Saturday schedule with flexible hours Ability to lift and carry concrete chutes (up to 45 lbs) Safety focused Proactive in SAFETY and works well in a team environment Benefits Medical Prescription Drug Dental Vision Health Care Reimbursement Account Dependent Care Reimbursement Account Wellness Programs Employee Assistance Plan Paid Holidays and Vacation 401(k) with Company matching Pension Sickness and Accident - Short-Term Disability Optional Long-Term Disability Employee Life Insurance Spouse & Dependent Life Insurance Business Travel Accident Insurance Direct Deposit Payroll Educational/Tuition Assistance Plan College Scholarship Program - for dependent children Matching Gift Program New Auto Purchase Discount Plans PTO and Load Bonus Available For Austin and San Antonio Recently ranked at #72 on Fortune magazine's list of the 100 Fastest-Growing Companies in the world, Martin Marietta, a member of the S&P 500 Index, employs more than 8,500 employees at operations spanning 27 states, Canada and the Bahamas. A leading supplier of aggregates and heavy building materials, dedicated teams at Martin Marietta supply the resources for the roads, sidewalks and foundations on which we live.   At Martin Marietta, we are always looking for the best and the brightest, for people who have the potential to be the Company's future leaders. We are building on our foundation of success by selecting the finest people and helping them realize their potential. When you decide to build your career at Martin Marietta, you'll know what it's like to be respected, challenged and rewarded.   Call 844-242-0027 Or Apply Online Today!          We are an equal opportunity employer. Qualified minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
          

Local CDL A Ready Mix Truck Drivers - Home Daily!

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This position will be responsible for the safe operation of a Ready Mix vehicle. This position requires a commercial driver's license and candidate should have experience with local deliveries.   Requirements Ability to operate ready mix truck (discharge control) Ability to climb on and off the cab and ladder on rear of truck Ability to work Monday - Saturday schedule with flexible hours Ability to lift and carry concrete chutes (up to 45 lbs) Safety focused Proactive in SAFETY and works well in a team environment Benefits Medical Prescription Drug Dental Vision Health Care Reimbursement Account Dependent Care Reimbursement Account Wellness Programs Employee Assistance Plan Paid Holidays and Vacation 401(k) with Company matching Pension Sickness and Accident - Short-Term Disability Optional Long-Term Disability Employee Life Insurance Spouse & Dependent Life Insurance Business Travel Accident Insurance Direct Deposit Payroll Educational/Tuition Assistance Plan College Scholarship Program - for dependent children Matching Gift Program New Auto Purchase Discount Plans PTO and Load Bonus Available For Austin and San Antonio Recently ranked at #72 on Fortune magazine's list of the 100 Fastest-Growing Companies in the world, Martin Marietta, a member of the S&P 500 Index, employs more than 8,500 employees at operations spanning 27 states, Canada and the Bahamas. A leading supplier of aggregates and heavy building materials, dedicated teams at Martin Marietta supply the resources for the roads, sidewalks and foundations on which we live.   At Martin Marietta, we are always looking for the best and the brightest, for people who have the potential to be the Company's future leaders. We are building on our foundation of success by selecting the finest people and helping them realize their potential. When you decide to build your career at Martin Marietta, you'll know what it's like to be respected, challenged and rewarded.   Call 844-242-0027 Or Apply Online Today!          We are an equal opportunity employer. Qualified minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
          

Fall 2019 Newsletter

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MIKE’S DOORS

Mike Pember
Museum Doors
It is with sadness that we report the passing of former Cavendish Historical Society (CHS) board member Mike Pember. Mike quietly went about getting things done, be it the painting of the fence around the War Memorial, or getting the right things we needed for the Grange Hall Curtain. However, he had two questions. “What are you gonna do with it?” was his favorite as we’d go through collections. The second and more frequent question was  “Where are those doors?” The doors to the Museum have been installed and painted and will be  remembered as “Mike’s doors.” Our condolences to his wife Sandra Russo, to his children and to his many friends and family.

NO, MR. HICKERNELL IS NOT BURIED IN THE BASEMENT


Hickernell House
We posted this story on the CHS website, linking it to several Facebook sites. There was an incredible response with people posting about the HIckernells, who lived in the Gothic revival stone house that can be seen from 131. Below is the story with the addition of various comments made.

This past winter, while talking with Phyllis Bont, we learned about what happened when Mr. Hickernell died. Supposedly he went missing around the same time Mrs. Hickernell had a cement floor poured in the basement. Not surprisingly, the rumor ensued that Mr. Hickernell was murdered and buried in the basement. Phyllis was quick to reply that Mr. Hickernell had died in the garage, as her husband Dr. Gene Bont, responded to the incident.

Theresa Hickernell, who claimed to have been from Austria and educated in private schools, had issues with Gene over the funding of public schools. Needless to say, it was a bit challenging for her to have him respond and ask what would have felt like extremely personal questions,, yet they were required in order for him to render the most appropriate care. “She just said all sorts of things to people about Gene after that,” Phyllis explained. “Fortunately, people knew what she was like.”

While CHS board member Bruce McEnaney, when learning of how Mr. Hickernell actually died, was disappointed to see “a perfectly good story wrecked,” he was surprised at what we were able to learn about Theresa Hickernell thanks to various leads Phyllis provided.

As it turned out, there is no evidence that Theresa Ruth Swetitch Hickernell-Smith was raised in Austria. She was born in St. Louis, Missouri on July 22, 1912 and died in St. Louis County, Minnesota Jul 22, 2003 at the age of 90.

To the stories she told of being part of the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) in WWII, we found records that showed she was a trainee in the WFTD Class 43-4 being a “Washback from 43-2.” With no evidence that she graduated from the program, she was a regular contributor to the WASP Newsletter. In March 1980 she wrote the following:

"Yes, I was in the 1943 class of 43-2 at Houston Airport. From Houston, I flew to Goldsboro, NC, to be married to Francis Nelson Hickernell by a real Irish priest in a Catholic chapel. We had been married nine days when he was shipped overseas for four years. In the meantime, I had become associated with an accounting firm in Houston. I was later contacted by one of the generals in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, to do some auditing, flew to Whitehorse, stayed for two and really got to see the country in the rough. From there down to Seattle to some more flying - even soloed in a seaplane in Ketchikan, Alaska. Then headed for Baranoff Island, Alaska, for special work in accounting and found out how the commercial salmon industry works. Back in Seattle, I started mountain climbing in the Cascades. When the war was finally over, my husband and I met after all those years and decided upon a second honeymoon. We started out in December and ended in June, meanwhile looking for a place to settle and go into business. We decided on Richmond, VA, where we opened up a flower shop that was so successful that after we had had the shop only ten years we were able to close it regularly and do a great deal of traveling. I've been around the world nine times and have made thirteen trips to Europe. After having the shop for 20 years, we retired to Cavendish, VT.

I've climbed many of the high mountains, but the one I take special pride in is Mount Everest. In 1967 & 1968. I was a lone trekker with 8 porters, a cook, and head Sherpa. Although there was a ban on the peak, I was allowed to climb to 21,000 feet. I1 have 2800 feet of color film of this trek.

My husband and I both own a fire opal mine. We do gem hunting and go big-game sport fishing. Again this year I am trying to break the women's world record of 1170 pounds on giant blue fin tuna. Have landed many in the 900 class but I'm still trying for the big one.

These are only a small part of my adventures. I'd love to hear more about 43-2.

Mr. Hickernell's grave
Sgt Francis Nelson Hickernell died on April 8, 1982, approximately two years after his wife submitted her note to WASP Newsletter. He is buried in Lewistown Mifflin County, PA.

Theresa would marry twice more, divorcing her second husband. Her last spouse, Ralph Smith made the decision to move from Cavendish back to his hometown in Minnesota as Theresa had developed Alzheimer’s Disease and he needed assistance caring for her.

In the original post, Phyllis talked about how her son, Geno, deviled Mrs. Hickernell. As it turns out, Carole Bont was the organizer.  

Carol writes, I do remember hearing about Mr. Hickernell's death in his garage. I was also part of an earlier large group of teens who stood across the street from the back of her house while she threatened us with arrest. I believe some deputized adult came by and told us we could not go on her property. After the group of kids I was with left and went elsewhere, we came back by her house on our way home and I saw that someone had covered the top of her fence with shaving cream. She was her own worst enemy. If she had been remotely nice to any of us she would not have attracted our negative attention

Comments to post
• I grew up right next to her house, she used to threaten us kids and leave rat poison for our dogs. One time she told me and my dad she was going to skin our dog alive in front of us.

• We were scared of her when we walked by her house after getting off the bus. She usually yelled something at us.

• She never smiled at all.

• I took photos of this house which was clearly empty of occupants. After developing the film I noticed a white image of a person standing in the window looking out at me. He is still there. Protecting his precious gem collection perhaps.

• I lived next door for 6 years never saw her outside. When I was younger I was in the church youth group and we went to her home and she was very nice, she played a small instrument sort of like a harp but very small after that I wasn't afraid of her or that house.

• I helped build those stone walls... Working for Boy Towle and Melvin Buck... Mr. H was ok... Mrs. H definitely did not like kids... If you wanted to get in trouble, just walk on their lawn....

• Old lady Hickernell was a miserable old gal lol. I remember being a child and walking by her house when her husband had a heart attack shoveling....he wasn’t buried in the basement. Although I wouldn’t have put it past her lol

• If I remember correctly the day Theresa Hickernell died Cavendish experienced the "tornado" that caused all of the damage up through Cavendish Center. [July 2003]….Knowing Tess for many years, we always said that that microburst was Tess coming through Cavendish, one last time!!

• I grew up on the other side of her and learned that she was nice as long as you were respectful of her. She even invited my parents, Sonia and myself over for Almendetto wine one night, I was probably 13 at the time! Worse stuff ever!!! We were always cordial and she even liked my boys.

• When we were kids we would say “Hi, nice day.” to Mr. Hickernell. He would say “Nice day for a murder”. Didn’t think he was serious.

• I remember one time Christmas caroling (I think the youth group from Cavendish Baptist) and she actually invited us into the house for refreshments and gave us a small tour of part of the house. I think we were there a while and she was quite pleasant.

• I painted her house in the early 80's, such a warm, kind, loving and giving woman, just adored my children and insisted that she pay twice the quote I gave for her house. None of this is true, of course, except that I did paint her house.

• I was driving on High St by Frank Guica's house and she was out walking. She turned and saw my car and continued walking down the middle of the road and made me wait until she was ready to move to the side.




Making bracelets
CARMINE GUICA YOUNG HISTORIANS
The first months of the new school year are very busy, and this year is no exception. New this year is the  Preserve &Serve Program where students serve each other, their families, community, state and country. In so doing, they learn basic civics, how their community functions and what type of citizens we want them to become. The students in 5th & 6th graders have been doing fall chores for residents, while the 4th grade is maintaining the school gardens. Grades 2-6 made bracelets, which they sold and raised $317 to help Team Rubicon provide hurricane relief efforts in the Bahamas. The 6thgrade participated in RiverSweep, helping to preserve the Black River.

At Coolidge
Trips so far have included: Calvin Coolidge Homestead; Tings Farm; Fitton Mill; Foliage Train; and Sturbridge Village. We have brought incredible speakers to the school, including the Chief of the Elnu, Roger Longtoe Sheehan, and experimental archaeologist Charlie Paquin.

For our holiday program this year, we will be celebrating “Winter Solstice.” The students will be making luminaries. If you have any Oui Yogurt glass jars, please drop them off at CTES or contact us at the address above to arrange for a pickup.


Center School
CAVENDISH SCHOOLS: Part III Center Rd School

Inspired by the paintings of John Snarksi, which were recently re hung in the Cavendish Town Elementary School (CTES), the spring edition of The Scribbler included the histories of The Cavendish Academy, Wheeler School; Fittonsville School; Duttonsville School; and the Rumke School. The summer edition of this newsletter included Tarbell Hill, featuring stories from Carmine Guica. This issue features stories from Sandra Stearns’ book “ Cavendish Hillside Farms 1939-1957/.

I attended the Center School, a rural one room school for eight years. We had no physical education, as such, but a walk of a mile each end of the day probably filled the need. Jannette, my sister, got married the same year I finished fifth grade. Thereafter I had to walk horses during the winter months before school each morning to clean the barn and feed the heifers there. After school there was wood to lug in, calves and horses to feed, cows to water and milking to be done.

We walked to school, rain or shine, balmy days and sub-zero. Often the roads were not plowed and we waded through snow up to our knees, sometimes almost to our waist. The larger, older ones (Jannette and later Donald Ackley) would go first and break the trail.

On below zero days we wasted no time on the trip and still arrived half frozen. Our fingers would be numb; our ears, nose, cheeks and chin tingling with the cold. When we arrived, if we were lucky, the wood stove in the corner would be burning briskly and our chills soon chased away. However, on the coldest days it took almost all day to reheat the room that had had no heat since the previous afternoon. Usually one of the Johnson children, who lived nearest to the school, was janitor. It was their job to lug wood in from the woodshed, build the fire in the morning and lug water by pail from Quinns. The janitor also had to sweep the floors each day after school and cleaned the chalkboards and erasers.

An oil heater was installed in 1947. Thereafter oil was lugged from the large storage tank in the woodshed and the fire kept going throughout the night, turned low. It went out over the weekend, but the janitor started it late Sunday afternoon in the winter time. ..

We did not have hot lunch. The Johnson children and usually Charlotte Quinn, living so close to the schoolhouse, went home for lunch. The rest of us carried a lunchbox and usually a thermos of milk. Those thermoses were glass lined and often times did not survive the trips to and from school.

I have never regretted the eight years I spent at the Center School. There were sometimes eight grades, usually only 6 or 7, with 15 or 20 students. The older students, when their work was finished, helped the younger ones practice phonics or listened to them read. They provided help with crafts and at playtime.

I was the only one in my grade for seven years so it was quite a challenge when I started high school. I had the best of both world. I did my own work and often did work with the grade above me. I also got to help the grades below me. I could work at my own pace and generally finished with each subject book ever year.

We studied reading, writing, spelling, arithmetic, history, geography, health and language. In the eighth grade we always had a semester of Vermont and local history. Our spare time was filled with craft projects and reading books.

BECOME A MEMBER, RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP, DONATE

If you have not joined the Cavendish Historical Society, need to renew your membership, and/or would like to be a volunteer, please complete the form below and sending a check, payable to CHS, to CHS, PO Box 472, Cavendish, VT 05142. All contributions are tax deductible.

Name: _______________________________________

Address: _______________________________________________


Phone Number: _____________________   E-Mail:____________________________
Membership Level
__ Individual Member $10                       __ Senior Member 65+ $5            __ Sustaining Member $500
__ Household Member $15      ___ Contributing Member $250                                 

Volunteer
___ I would be interested in serving, as a volunteer .I would be interested in serving on the following committee(s):__ Program Planning           __ Fundraising       __ Building (Museum)
__Archives                    _ Budget        ­­–– Cemetery    __ Carmine Guica Young Historians

Donations are always welcome and can be designated as follows:
__ For general purposes                        __ Young Historians                  __Publications
__ Archaeological Activities                _ Museum & Archival             __ Special Events
__ Rankin Fund                          __  Williams Fund                 __ Solzhenitsyn Project
__ Other (please specify)                       __ Cemetery Restoration           __ Preservation Projects

          

Volendam Adventure, Half Moon Cay, Bahamas

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This morning is a picture-perfect morning in Half Moon Cay, Bahamas….  My plan, relax and enjoy the day and get in some walking…  It was a wonderful day!  I visited a lot with Allan & Sandra who sat out by the pool in a bit of shade…  In the evening, I joined Allan & Sandra […]
          

Professional Recruiter

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Ringside Talent is growing on a significant scale and are on the lookout for someone with ambition and drive to join our award-winning company headquartered in downtown Columbus. Ringside is more than your typical recruiting firm, voted a "Best Place to Work" for the past 3 consecutive years, we pride ourselves on being an energetic place to work that boasts one of strongest corporate cultures in all of Columbus.
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Barge from Port Canaveral leaves with Bahamas supplies

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Shawna Downs, vice president of Good Samaritan Shipping Ministries, discusses the relief efforts.
       

          

Les Bahamas : un paradis fiscal depuis les années 1930

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Finance
Les Bahamas : un paradis fiscal depuis les années 1930
Christian Chavagneux
22/09/2016
Le Consortium international de journalistes d'investigation (ICIJ) vient de révéler des documents concernant plus de 175 000 sociétés offshore enregistrées aux Bahamas. L'une d'elle implique l'ancienne Commissaire européenne à la concurrence, Neelie Kroes, et une autre une ministre du gouvernement britannique, Amber Rudd. Après les Panama papers, ces nouvelles informations permettent de plonger à nouveau (...)

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Pourquoi la NSA joue au pirate des Caraïbes aux Bahamas

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Pourquoi la NSA joue au pirate des Caraïbes aux Bahamas
France 24 / Dernière modification : 21/05/2014
L'archipel fait partie des deux pays dont l'intégralité des conversations téléphoniques est enregistrée par la NSA, d'après de nouvelles révélations. Plusieurs hypothèses sont avancées sur les raisons d'une telle opération visant les Bahamas.
Tempête dans un paradis fiscal. Les Bahamas ont acquis, lundi 19 mai, une nouvelle réputation : celle d'être particulièrement prisés par les grandes oreilles de la (...)

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Paradis fiscaux : les Bahamas blanchies

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Paradis fiscaux : les Bahamas blanchies
AFP
10/03/2010 | Mise à jour : 18:35 Les Bahamas ont été retirées de la "liste grise" des paradis fiscaux par l'Organisation de coopération et de développement économiques (OCDE) après avoir signé 18 accords d'échange d'informations fiscales, selon un communiqué publié mercredi.
L'archipel des Caraïbes "a signé aujourd'hui des accords permettant l'échange d'informations fiscales avec sept économies nordiques (Danemark, Îles Féroé, Finlande, Groenland, Islande, (...)

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Aux Bahamas, entre ciel et terre

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Aux Bahamas, entre ciel et terre, par Marc Roche
LE MONDE | 26.05.09 | 14h48 • Mis à jour le 26.05.09 | 14h48
Vous lisez une centaine d'articles sur les paradis fiscaux, et finalement vous vous rendez compte que vous ne savez rien sur cette finance off shore bombardée à grands jets de chromos sur les écrans du G20. Voyagez en classe affaires British Airways (BA) entre Londres et Nassau, capitale des Bahamas et l'un des royaumes de cet argent extraterritorialorial, et vous en aurez (...)

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Carnival Sunrise Arrives in Fort Lauderdale to Launch a Winter Schedule of Four- and Five-Day Cruises

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The totally transformed Carnival Sunrise arrived in Fort Lauderdale October 28, 2019 to launch a winter schedule of four- and five-day Caribbean and Bahamas cruises from Port Everglades. It’s first voyage – a sold-out five-day cruise to Ocho Rios and Grand Cayman – marks the first of nearly 40 departures aboard Carnival Sunrise from Fort […]

The post Carnival Sunrise Arrives in Fort Lauderdale to Launch a Winter Schedule of Four- and Five-Day Cruises appeared first on OCQ.


          

11/07/2019 - Ocean Film Festival World Tour

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Ocean loving audiences will be able to immerse themselves in the wonders of the ocean without getting their feet wet as the Ocean Film Festival World Tour makes a splash in theatres and cinemas across the country. The festival, which features a carefully curated selection of the world’s most captivating ocean-themed will light up the screen at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre on Thursday, Nov. 7 at 4 and 7 p.m., presented by the Sedona International Film Festival.

Designed to mesmerize and captivate, the Ocean Film Festival World Tour showcases sublime footage taken above and below the water’s surface.  The films document the beauty and power of the ocean, and celebrate the divers, surfers, swimmers and oceanographers who live for the sea’s salt spray; who chase the crests of waves; and who marvel at the mysteries of the big blue.

Heart-stopping shots of surfers riding wild waves and adrenaline-inducing scenes of divers swimming with white sharks will leave audiences on the edges of their seats. Viewers will gasp for breath as they follow the stunning marine life in Patagonia and the Artic and embark on a record-breaking voyage.

The Ocean Film Festival World Tour will feature the following films:

EMOCEAN
A love letter to the ocean from surfers, fishermen, marine scientists and people with a shared passion for the sea and how it makes them feel.  This stunning film is a documentary with soul; a salty blend of stories by the eclectic assortment of people sharing tales of adventure, adrenaline, inspiration, love, loss and their relationship with the ocean.  

PEACE WITHIN
Extreme artist Philip Gray was has travelled far and wide to places like Mount Everest, Antarctica and deep into the Borneo Rainforest to capture what he sees on canvas. In what is quite possibly one of his most ambitious projects Gray heads to Quintana Roo in Mexico with the aim of capturing the Cenotes by painting underwater.

MANRY AT SEA: IN THE WAKE OF A DREAM
In 1965 Robert Manry a seemingly typical middle-aged suburbanite in Cleveland, Ohio, threw caution to the wind and set sail on a solo voyage across the Atlantic.  With a goal of sailing from Falmouth in the US to Falmouth in the UK this ocean adventure will have you captivated from start to finish.  A must see for ocean lovers, adventurers and boat enthusiasts alike.  

SURFACE
In a photographic niche defined by familiar angles, Ben Thouard is driven by his desire to create something original in surf photography.  His stunning and unique half/half shots have captivated ocean photographers around the globe.  Gain an insight into Ben’s love of his craft, his devotion to capturing “the shot” and his stunning adopted homeland of Tahiti.

SOUTHERN RIGHT WHALE
A hymn to nature, a cinematographic poem.  A complete sensory immersion into the heart of the Patagonian sea following the life of Southern Right Whales.  A must see on the big screen.

ADVENTURE IS CALLING  
Take a deep breath and explore the majestic underwater world from Egypt, Mexico, Philippines, U.S.A to the Bahamas.  Enjoy close encounters with marine life large and small.  Scuba diving is much more than a recreational sport, diving is about adventure, exploring the unknown, and the sense of freedom felt every time you sink beneath the surface.  

I AM FRAGILE
Captured across 6,000km from West Greenland to Nuanvut, Canada this stunning short film explores the remote Arctic and showcases the spectacular landscapes and wildlife of Devon Island, Bylot Island, Baffin Island, Somerset Island and the large Lancaster Sound.  Certain to create a lasting visual message that would inspire all who viewed it to protect this wild yet fragile region.  

SURFER DAN
Beyond the waves; the ocean, the sand, and the sun are a few elements that come to mind when you think of surfing.  But for this particular landlocked ocean lover, he finds all that he needs in the icy waves of Lake Superior, Michigan in the dead of winter.

The Sedona tour stop of the Ocean Film Festival World Tour is made possible by a generous grant from the Arizona Community Foundation of Sedona.

The Ocean Film Festival World Tour will show at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre on Thursday, Nov. 7 at 4 and 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 general admission, or $12.50 for Film Festival members. For tickets and more information, please call 928-282-1177. Both the theatre and film festival office are located at 2030 W. Hwy. 89A, in West Sedona. For more information, visit: www.SedonaFilmFestival.org.


 
          

Americans Killed In Bahamas Helicopter Crash

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West Virginia coal billionaire and philanthropist Chris Cline died in a helicopter crash near the Bahamas on Thursday
          

Broward County Government Partners with BCPS to Collect School Supplies for Displaced Students from the Bahamas Due to Hurricane Dorian

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Friday, October 4 , 2019
Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) is proud to partner with Broward County Government to help students displaced by Hurricane Dorian and who are now enrolled in BCPS, have what they need to be successful in school.
          

BCPS Offers Welcome Center to Assist Families Displaced by Hurricane Dorian

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Tuesday, September 10 , 2019
As part of its ongoing recovery and relief efforts to support residents displaced by Hurricane Dorian, Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) has opened a Welcome Center to help students and families arriving from the Bahamas.
          

BCPS Announces Hurricane Dorian Relief and Recovery Efforts

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Wednesday, September 4 , 2019
Broward County Public Schools (BCPS), in collaboration with the Broward Education Foundation, United Way of Broward County and BrightStar Credit Union, is working to collect and deliver donations and resources to assist with Hurricane Dorian recovery efforts in the Bahamas.
          

News Conference Regarding Hurricane Dorian Relief Efforts

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Wednesday, September 3, 2019
News conference regarding relief efforts for Hurricane Dorian victims in the Bahamas.
          

Local CDL B Ready Mix Truck Drivers - Home Daily

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This position will be responsible for the safe operation of a Ready Mix vehicle. This position requires a commercial driver's license and candidate should have experience with local deliveries. Requirements Ability to operate ready mix truck (discharge control) Ability to climb on and off the cab and ladder on rear of truck Ability to work Monday - Saturday schedule with flexible hours Ability to lift and carry concrete chutes (up to 45 lbs) Safety focused Proactive in SAFETY and works well in a team environment Benefits Medical Prescription Drug Dental Vision Health Care Reimbursement Account Dependent Care Reimbursement Account Wellness Programs Employee Assistance Plan Paid Holidays and Vacation 401(k) with Company matching Pension Sickness and Accident - Short-Term Disability Optional Long-Term Disability Employee Life Insurance Spouse & Dependent Life Insurance Business Travel Accident Insurance Direct Deposit Payroll Educational/Tuition Assistance Plan College Scholarship Program - for dependent children Matching Gift Program New Auto Purchase Discount Plans PTO and Load Bonus Available For Austin and San Antonio Recently ranked at 72 on Fortune magazine's list of the 100 Fastest-Growing Companies in the world, Martin Marietta, a member of the S&P 500 Index, employs more than 8,500 employees at operations spanning 27 states, Canada and the Bahamas. A leading supplier of aggregates and heavy building materials, dedicated teams at Martin Marietta supply the resources for the roads, sidewalks and foundations on which we live. At Martin Marietta, we are always looking for the best and the brightest, for people who have the potential to be the Company's future leaders. We are building on our foundation of success by selecting the finest people and helping them realize their potential. When you decide to build your career at Martin Marietta, you'll know what it's like to be respected, challenged and rewarded. Call 844-242-0027 Or Apply Online Today We are an equal opportunity employer. Qualified minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
          

HRN Horselovers Cruise 2018 Special – All The Details

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Introducing the HRN Horselovers Cruise 2018! We give you all the details on our nights of vacationing with fellow horselovers from around the world Feb 12, 2018. This is not a learning cruise filled with boring lectures, this is vacationing with old and new friends who have the same passion for horses that you do. Listen in for all the details including riding on the beach in Nassua, Bahamas, a horsey game show with lots of prizes and Pub Crawling through Key West.

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Tampa Bay volunteers provide hope in Bahamas

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Weeks after the storm, debris litters the streets, power lines have been torn down and the only electricity on the island comes from generators.
          

Filmes na Band de 13 a 17/11/2019

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QUARTA-FEIRA - 13/11/2019

CINE CLUBE


UMA PROMESSA
(A Promise)

DRAMA, 2013, FRA 01:34:35, 12 ANOS
Produtor: CHRISTINE DE JEKEL
Elenco: REBECCA HALL, ALAN RICKMAN, RICHARD MADDEN

Um jovem se apaixona pela mulher de seu chefe, mas não sabe que é correspondido até ter que partir em uma longa viagem. Apaixonados, eles vão trocar cartas enquanto aguardam o reencontro que pode demorar muito mais que o imaginado.


QUINTA-FEIRA - 14/11/2019

SESSAO ESPECIAL


LOUCURAS DE VERÃO
(American Graffiti)

COMEDIA, 1973, USA, 01:50:04, 14 ANOS
Produtor: FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA
Elenco: RICHARD DREYFUSS, RON HOWARD, PAUL LE MAT

No último dia das férias de verão em 1962, quatro adolescentes passeiam de carro e se divertem nas ruas de uma pequena cidade californiana ao som de muito rock 'n' roll. Eles curtem um momento final de inocência antes do chamado da vida adulta.

SÁBADO – 16/11/2019

SESSÃO LIVRE


UMA AMIZADE VERDADEIRA
(Marshall The Miracle Dog)

DRAMA, 2015, USA, 01:26:30, LIVRE
Produtor: CHRIS BENSON
Elenco: SHANNON ELIZABETH, MATTHEW SETTLE, LAUREN HOLLY

Finn é um garoto de 13 anos que é constantemente intimidado na escola, porém sua vida começa a mudar no dia em que ele encontra um labrador chamado Marshall, que está vivendo em condições terríveis e precisa de cuidados médicos. O vínculo da amizade entre os dois é imediato.

CINE PRIVE

CONVITE À TRAIÇÃO
(Sexual Roulette (Aka. Carnal Risk))

EROTICO, 1997, USA, 01:25:23
Produtor: ROBYN LEANN SCOTT
Elenco: TANE McCLURE, TIM ABELL, GABRIELLA HALL

Um jogador incorrigível, Jed tem a chance de pagar suas dívidas na cama do sedutor proprietário do cassino, Sherry. Quando sua esposa, Sally descobre, no entanto, sua vingança pode custar não apenas seu casamento, mas também sua nova segurança financeira.

CINEMA NA MADRUGADA I

SEGREDOS DE UM CRIME
(Felony)

SUSPENSE, 2013, AUS, 01:40:21, 14 ANOS
Produtor: MICHAEL BENAROYA
Elenco: JAI COURTNEY, JOEL EDGERTON, TOM WILKINSON

Um respeitado policial, acidentalmente, atropela um garoto, deixando-o em coma. Apesar de ter chamado a ambulância imediatamente, para que não fosse preso, Malcolm e outros dois policiais decidem acobertar o caso. Com a consciência pesada, o detetive deseja contar o que realmente aconteceu. Porém, caso ele decida pela verdade, acabará incriminando também os que o ajudaram.

DOMINGO – 17/11/2019

CINE BAND I


NO MAR COM OS GOLFINHOS
(Eye Of The Dolphin)

DRAMA, 2006, USA, 01:37:00, 10 ANOS
Diretor: MICHAEL D. SELLERS
Elenco: CARLY SCHROEDER, ADRIAN DUNBAR, GEORGE HARRIS, KATHARINE ROSS, CHRISTINE ADAMS, JANE LYNCH

Alyssa é uma jovem problemática desde a morte de sua mãe. Porém, quando vai morar com seu pai, um biólogo marinho que trabalha nas Bahamas, ela consegue desenvolver uma forte ligação com os golfinhos e assim, não só estabelecer uma relação melhor com seu pai como também ajudá-lo em seu trabalho.

CINE BAND II

PROCURA-SE UM DONO
(Chewy/The Stray)

INFANTIL, 2012, USA, 01:21:00, LIVRE
Produtor: CHERYL FREEMAN, VIRLAND S. HARRIS.
Elenco: DUNHAM STEWART, TREY LONEY, HALEY BENSMILLER, ISABELLE SURBY, FRAN GABLE, MASON JOHNSON

Escola de verão é uma chatice! Isso é o que Mason, Aidan, Maddie, Melinda e Lucas pensam sobre o primeiro dia na escola. Entediados, os cinco começam a imaginar o que poderiam estar fazendo se não estivessem na escola. Mas, quando Chewy, um filhote de cachorro perdido aparece em sua escola, os dias tornam-se menos chatos. Os amigos devem se unir para ajudar a manter Chewy fora da vista da diretora Thistle. O que se segue é um jogo elaborado de esconde-esconde, não só de tentar evitar que Chewy seja descoberto, mas também de limpar a bagunça que ele deixa para trás. As crianças elaboram um criativo esconderijo atrás do outro, contando, inclusive, com a ajuda de funcionários da escola para manter a presença da Chewy em segredo. Este jogo de esconde-esconde não pode durar para sempre, ou pode? Será que a Sra. Thistle descobrirá esse segredo?

SESSAO ESPECIAL

CHARADA
(Charade)

ACAO, 1963, USA, 01:53:13, 14 ANOS
Diretor: STANLEY DONEN
Elenco: CARY GRANT, AUDREY HEPBURN, WALTER MATTHAU

Em Paris, Regina Lampert está prestes a se divorciar de seu marido quando descobre que ele foi misteriosamente assassinado durante uma viagem de trem, logo após ter sacado todo o dinheiro do casal. O dinheiro agora está desaparecido e Regina é ajudada por Peter Joshua, que pode ou não também ter interesses financeiros em relação a ela.

          

Global Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management Centre Donates Bahamas Aid

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Funds will aid recovery and rebuilding efforts in Abacos and Grand Bahama Island
          

In the Bahamas, Recovery Means a Lot of Help

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Six weeks after Hurricane Dorian decimated Grand Bahama Island and Abaco, many residents are still without basic necessities. Scientology Volunteer Ministers help provide fresh water and meals to those in need on Grand Bahama Island.
          

Dupa trecerea uraganului Dorian in Bahamas, circa 2500 de persoane sunt date disparute

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Dupa trecerea uraganului Dorian in Bahamas, circa 2500 de persoane sunt date disparute

“Lista, compusă pe baza relatărilor legate de persoanele dispărute, nu a fost comparată cu datele guvernamentale privind persoanele evacuate şi aflate în adăposturi”, a declarat purtătorul de cuvânt al Agenţiei Naţionale de Gestionarea Situaţiilor de Urgenţă (NEMA), Carl Smith, într-o conferinţă de presă. Premierul a precizat că până în prezent au fost evacuate peste 5.500 […]

Dupa trecerea uraganului Dorian in Bahamas, circa 2500 de persoane sunt date disparute
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Acuerdo CEEFI INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SCHOOL con LCG London Capital Group

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Es un gran honor y satisfacción para nuestra escuela CEEFI INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SCHOOL haber firmado con LCG London Capital Group (uno de los brokers líderes ECN regulado por la FCA del Reino Unido (con filiales en Chipre y Bahamas) el Convenio Marco de colaboración y haber iniciado esta colaboración con el desarrollo de las cuentas […]

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10 things you didn't know about the Marine Corps

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Nov. 10 is the birthday of the Marine Corps, first formed as the Continental Marines in 1775 during the Revolutionary War. Here are some things you may not know about the service branch.

1. The Corps’ first amphibious raid was only weeks after its creation; Marines successfully stormed a British weapons cache in the Bahamas. (via USO)

2. Marines often pin their next promotable rank onto their uniforms as motivation. They usually hide it in their cover, or under a pocket flap. (via USO)

3. Male recruits attend boot camp in one of two locations, depending on which side of the Mississippi they’re from. Marine Corps Recruit Depot (MCRD) San Diego is for West Coast recruits, and MCRD Parris Island (S.C.) is for East Coast recruits. Female recruits only attend MCRD Parris. (via USO)

4. The license plate of the Commandant of the Marine Corps reads “1775.” (via USO)

5. In 1798, the Marine Corps began issuing "one stock of black leather and clasp" to Marines. The item was worn to protect their necks when fighting with swords. Today, the standing collar on the dress coat of the Marine Corps uniform is a vestige of the “leatherneck” tradition. (via Mental Floss)

6. Ed McMahon, Drew Carey and novelist Robert Ludlum (who wrote the Jason Bourne books) all served in the Marine Corps. (via Mental Floss)

7. The first Marines enlisted at Tun Tavern in Philadelphia, which is considered the birthplace of the Corps. (via Mental Floss)

8. “The Marines’ Hymn” is the oldest official anthem of any U.S. military service. (via www.mca-marines.org)

9. President Andrew Jackson (in office 1829-1837) wanted to abolish the Marine Corps, thinking it no longer necessary. (via www.mca-marines.org)

10. During the cake-cutting ceremony every Marine Corps birthday, the first three pieces are presented to the guest of honor, the oldest Marine present and the youngest Marine present. This tradition is also part of the Corps’ birthday celebration on the battlefield, if possible. (via We Are The Mighty)


          

Bahamas Chatter: Long Island and Crooked-Acklins

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Bahamas Chatter is produced by Explorer Chartbooks, A CRUISERS NET PARTNER, which has long been the standard navigational supplement for enjoyable, informative, and safe cruising through the beautiful Bahamian waters and island visits. Bahamas Chatter: Long Island and Crooked-Acklins Long Island and Crooked-Acklins Posted: 06 Nov 2019 04:02 AM PST Just looking for any information […]
          

VTCT Microblading Courses Level 4

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ADVANCED AESTHETICS - LEVEL 4 VTCT MICROBLADING COURSES - CLINICS LONDON UK LONDON WEST END Covering All London Postcodes & Hertfordshire. -VTCT centre offering Level 4 Micropigmentation, Microblading & Advanced Aesthetic Courses WELLINGBOROUGH – Covering Northamptonshire, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdon, Leicestershire,Milton Keynes,Warwickshire, Bedfordshire, Rutland & Peterborough.VTCT centre offering Level 4 Micropigmentation, Microblading & 1 day short courses STOKE-ON-TRENT -Covering Staffordshire, Cheshire, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Shropshire West Midlands and West Derbyshire – VTCT centre offering Level 3 Beauty & holistics, Level 4 Micropigmentation, Microblading & 1 day short courses MID LOTHIAN SCOTLAND – Covering Scotland, NORTHUMBERLAND, DURHAM –VTCT centre offering Level 4 Micropigmentation, Microblading & 1 day short courses BRIDGEND WALES – Covering Wales – VTCT centre offering, Level 2, 3 & Level 4 -Microblading & 1 day short courses BRISTOL – Covering – Avon, Gloucestershire,Wiltshire, Somerset, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall VTCT centre offering level 3 & 4 Micropigmentation, Microblading & 1 day short courses HAMPSHIRE -COMING SOON COVERING BERKSHIRE, OXFORDSHIRE,HAMPSHIRE, & BUCKINGHAMSHIRE offering Level 4 Micropigmentation, Microblading & 1 day short courses NOTTINGHAM – COMING SOON COVERING EAST DERBYSHIRE, NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, LINCOLNSHIRE,SOUTH YORKSHIRE,EAST YORKSHIRE AND YORK. offering Level 2,3 and Level 4 Micropigmentation, Microblading & 1 day short courses CLACTON-ON-SEA COMING SOON COVERING NORTH ESSEX, SUFFOLK & NORFOLK offering Level 4 Micropigmentation, Microblading & 1 day short courses BILLERICAY -COMING SOON COVERING SOUTH ESSEX, KENT AND EAST SUSSEX offering Level 4 Micropigmentation, Microblading & 1 day short courses BLACKBURN -LANCASHIRE – COMING SOON COVERING GREATER MANCHESTER, LANCASHIRE, MERSEYSIDE,WEST YORKSHIRE,NORTH YORKSHIRE, CUMBRIA OVERSEAS The Bahamas – Nassau –Microblading & Micropigmentation 5 days a week. Accommodation and travel can be arranged Courses held once a month in this location. New Zealand – Wellington – VTCT Centre Level 4 Beauty Therapy, Micropigmentation and Microblading – Advanced one day courses. Courses held once a month in this location. Auckland – Micropigmentation – Microblading – Advanced one day courses. Courses held once a month in this location.
          

Guía de viajes para Bahamas

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A bordo de un crucero…! En el 2017, llevé a #sojo a su primer crucero y SE ENAMORÓ tanto que pidió otro para nuestra luna de miel. En ese entonces fue la primera vez que viajé en Norwegian Cruise Line y con sus paquetes ALL INCLUSIVE, ¡me enamoró! Aquí les dejo todos los detalles: ¿Cómo hicimos la reserva? Pues lo hice directamente con el barco, en la pagina web. Ellos se asignan un vendedor y pues se resuelve todo online. Puedes entrar en www.Ncl.com , allí tendrás que crearte un usuario y manejar todos los detalles por la página. ¿Por qué prefiero comprar con agencia? A pesar de que no compré por agencia en ese momento, en estos casos soy un poquito Old School y prefiero la asistencia de un experto en viajes.  Cuando trabajas con agencias puedes recibir asesoría de visas, seguros de viajes, las mejores rutas, boletos aéreos si necesitas y más. Esta vez, para la luna de miel, si reservamos vía una agencia y nos consiguieron upgrade, paquete de luna de miel, asesoría de viajes y pude hasta escoger el piso de mi cabina.   En caso de que tengas alguna pregunta relevante para reservar tu viaje, seguro que Bay Tours Travel te puede ayudar muchísimo. Puedes contactarlo vía Instagram al siguiente enlace: http://w.instagram.com/baytours ¿Cuál fue nuestro método de transporte? Salimos del puerto de Miami, FL en el Nowegian Sky, el cual tenia todo incluido y cuando yo les digo todo, ¡ES TODO! Al principio #sojo y yo teníamos miedo de que pidiéramos de todo tipo de bebidas y cenáramos en restaurantes especializados y que la cuenta nos hiciera un ojo de la cara al final. PEERO: De verdad que todo esta incluido y ¡NO era romo de Saona NO! (Los dominicanos entenderán) es del bueno y si hubiésemos sabido eso, cenamos todos los días en restaurantes diferentes. Eso quiere decir que dentro del barco, en términos de comida y bebida: ¡NO NOS FALTÓ NADA! ¿A dónde iba ese crucero? Pues este iba a Bahamas específicamente y tenía duración de 4 días (fueron unas vacaciones express). DÍA 1 Día de embarque. Este día fue en alta mar para disfrutar de las instalaciones del barco. Tal como en los aviones debes llegar al menos dos horas antes de lo que dice tu ticket de embarque. Me gustó mucho lo organizado que estuvo. Nos dieron un número y embarcamos por grupos. Si deseas que te suban las maletas (y así no andas con ella arrastrándola todo el tiempo), la puedes dejar con un bell boy abajo en el puerto y la encontrarás en la puerta de tu cabina. DÍA 2 Tocó a  Great Strrip up Cay, la cual es una isla privada de Norwegian.  !BELLISIMA! Es totalmente privada para los pasajeros del crucero y ¿ustedes saben lo mejor? Que todos los beneficios del barco, lo tienes abajo en la isla, es decir: ¡Open Bar y Buffet incluido! Ya se imaginarán, que nos pasamos el día, tirados en la playa ¡viviendo la vida que nos merecemos! Aquí puedes quedarte de 8:00am a 5:00pm y el crucero te traslada en un motomarán desde la isla hacia el barco. NO debes bajarte con ningún tipo de identificación que creas que vayas a perder como tu pasaporte. Con la tarjeta de ingreso que te ofrece el barco, es mas que suficiente. DÍA 3. Tocó a Nassau, Bahamas, la cual es la capital de Bahamas. Esta fue la primera vez en mi vida, que me fui a un viaje sin organizarlo. Al bajarnos del barco, no teníamos ni idea de que haríamos para conocer la ciudad. Había un frente frío y las playas tenían un oleaje peligroso. Nos encontramos con los guías ´´buscones´´ que estaban en la zona y Crispín fue nuestro guía. Él decía que hablaba español (machucao) y pues, el tour fue en español porque la mayoría del grupo que nos fuimos eran argentinos. ¡Gozamos muchísimo! Crispín fue todo un éxito y dos años después aun hablo de el a todos los que van a visitar Nassau. Me apena no poder ofrecerles un contacto, pero no lo tengo. Hicimos una especie de City Tour con visita a las ruinas principales, la playa la vimos panorámicamente y terminamos en hotel Atlantis, quien ha ido a Nassau ya sabe que el hotel Atlantis es un emblema en esta isla y hay muchísimas cosas que hacer allí. Te dejan estar en la isla de 8:00am a 6:00pm. DÍA 4. Fue el día mas triste, pues era el día de desembarque. Depende de la ruta, el crucero desembarca a las 8:00am. Mi consejo es que te levantes temprano para que te de tiempo a desayunar y desembarques tú mismo con tu maleta, pues si esperas al bell boy, terminarás desembarcando en el doble del tiempo.  Tendrás que pasar por migración así que el tiempo es oro. ¿Se necesita visa para Bahamas? Depende del pasaporte que tengas. En aquel entonces tenia pasaporte dominicano y tuve que pagar USD 100.00 por 3 meses de visa. Sin embargo, me han comentado que ya no se está necesitando la visa si es vía crucero. Si tienes pasaporte de USA o la Unión Europea no es necesario visado si te vas a quedar por menos de 45 días. Como la mayoría de estos barcos salen de Miami o de Orlando, si posees pasaporte dominicano, necesitarás visa americana. PEEERO: Como las leyes migratorias son tan cambiantes, te recomiendo siempre consultar a la embajada o la pagina oficial. Aquí te dejo el enlace: https://www.bahamas.com/ ¿Qué empacar para cruceros? Aparte de ropa cómoda que no se arrugue pues no hay lavandería ni tintorería incluida. Se precavido y llévate una ropa de noche o algún abrigo. A mi me pasó que me encontré con un frente frio y no tenía nada más largo que por mitad de pierna. ¿En el barco hay internet? Si, pero se paga aparte y es bien costoso. Alrededor de 70 dólares por 100 o 150 minutos. Lo mejor es comprar algún sim global y utilizarlo en los puertos cuando bajes. ¿Y las excursiones? Pues esto depende mucho de la experiencia que quieras vivir y de lo que tu presupuesto te permita. Lo recomendable es que, si quieres irte de excursión a algún destino, reservarla con anterioridad. Si no tienes idea de donde ir, puedes acudir a tu agencia de viajes de preferencia o ir directamente al Front Desk del crucero. De igual forma, siempre estarán los buscones al bajarte del puerto. ¿Pero, y uno se marea? Depende. Solo en mi primer crucero que fue muy pequeñito sentí un movimiento, pero luego en los mas grandes no.  Siempre es bueno que lleves tus medicinas contra mareos o si estas bajo algún medicamento, NO te olvides de ellos.  El barco tiene asistencia médica, pero ya te imaginarás el precio. ¿Y, uno no se aburre cuando se está en alta mar? Depende mucho del crucero. Hay cruceros grandísimos que tienen hasta parques de agua dentro. Específicamente el Norwegian Sky, tiene spa, cancha de basket, piscina, jacuzzi, 4 bares, gym y mucho más. ¿En cuanto salió todo? En los cruceros los precios son por camarotes y depende del tipo que escojas. Escogimos un camarote interior por el precio de USD 399.00 por persona con impuestos incluidos.  + USD 105.00 de propinas. En total pagamos menos de USD 1000 por los dos. Si crees que necesitas alguna información adicional, puedes escribirme en los comentarios o dejarme saber en las redes. Si aun no me sigues en las redes, ¡ACA TE LAS DEJO! Por ahí comparto todooo y estaré contándote de la #sojohoneymoon. Gracias por leerme,   ¡No te olvides seguir soñando! Subscribete para recibir las nuevas publicaciones directas en tu correo! 🙂 Recuerda que si necesitas cualquier asistencia con tus tours o viajes, puedes acudir a Bay Tours Travel y con gusto te asistirán. Michelle F.

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[nassau] a taste of pancake heaven

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Have you visited Nassau, Bahamas lately? I've been to Nassau for the past few months and stumbled across a pancake resturant, Pancake Heaven. Pancake Heaven, off Mackey Street in Nassau. The entire staff was extremely helpful with a warming attitude. The restaurant was clean and very accommodating .  [...]
          

Pix4Dreact Officially Released to Provide Rapid Aerial Drone Mapping for Public Safety and Emergency Response Operations

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Software tested and validated by AIRT in the Bahamas under austere, real-world disaster conditions during the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian DENVER, CO – Pix4Dreact, the eagerly awaited 2D fast-mapping software for public safety and emergency response professionals operating drones for good, was officially launched last month by Pix4D, the world’s premier source of drone mapping and […]
          

uBUCK Signs Strategic Alliance Agreement with Deltec Bank & Trust

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LiteLink Technologies Inc. (CSE:LLT) (OTC:LLNKF) and its subsidiary uBUCK Technologies announced some exciting news this week that will offer the digital wallet and payment platform a major edge on its competition. uBUCK announced that it has signed an alliance agreement to form a strategic commercial relationship with Deltec Bank & Trust, a diversified independent financial institution that is based in The Bahamas. Deltec, which provides a range of private banking expertise, corporate and merchant banking capabilities, digital asset financial services, fund administration, investment management, and insurance solutions to its global clients, will…

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(*)1998 Cruiser Yacht Aft Cabin Flybridge 3950

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Price:-$102,000 Location:-Orlando, FL -Wesley Dale Flewellyn > ‎Motor Yachts for Sale 40 to 50 feet(*)1998 Cruiser Yacht Aft Cabin Flybridge 3950$102,000Orlando, FLWell taken care of and plenty of upgrades. Two Staterooms, two heads, and very large galley. Great live-aboard or for cruising the Bahamas or The Loop. Has the ability to sip diesel at a […]

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Aux Bahamas Michelle

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Aux Bahamas Michelle
          

Fitness blogger hits back at trolls who said she shouldn't wear skimpy bikini because she's a mother

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Sia Cooper, 30, from Mississippi, posted a bikini-clad snap taken from behind in the Bahamas while she was holidaying there in June - but received backlash on Instagram.
          

Daily Update: Tuesday, November 5, 2019

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-We serviced 4 churches and 3 other community orders. – Churches serviced were Mt. Calvary, Pentecostal Fellowship, Our Savior Lutheran, and The King is Coming in the communities of Eight Mile Rock and Freeport. –  Total families serviced was 61 with 207 people and 5 babies. – We donated 10 boxes (60) Frontline Dog Flea […]

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Daily Update: Monday, November 4th, 2019

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We serviced 1 church, St. Johns Native Baptist from Freeport, and 5 other community orders. We serviced a total of 44 families with 88 people and 3 babies. Two Hawksbill community representatives picked up hygiene, diapers, limited food, and cleaning products for 8 families. The Port Group picked up 1 pallet of water for distribution […]

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Daily Update: Friday, November 1, 2019

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We serviced a community leader representing 8 families from the Hawksbill/Hudson area with 12 people, 3 elderly and 3 babies. We provide Depends, Ensure, diapers, baby food and hygiene items for these families. We supplied the Bahamas National Trust with the following items to assist with park restoration on GB and educational youth initiatives including […]

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Bahamas Water Relief Initiative

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Perry Local Schools, lead by PHS Student Council has been taking on an initiative to bring clean water to the Bahamas.  The island has seen its water supply depleted by the damage done by...
          

Florida Introduces Legislation to End Shark Fin Trade

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Florida is currently the hub of the shark fin trade in the U.S., with Miami topping the list of the nation’s biggest importer of shark fins.

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USA: Servisu di migrason ICE prendi 4 indukumentadu cabo-verdiano ku antesedenti kriminal...

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SERVISU DI MIGRASON ICE PRENDI 4 INDUKUMENTADU CABO-VERDIANO KU ANTESEDENTI KRIMINAL ...
Es tudu 4 sta sob kustódia di ICE enkuantu es sta spera pa prusesu di deportason .

Di akordu ku nota di Departamentu di Detenson y di Deportason di Servisu di Imigrason merkanu es foi detidu na dia 03 y 04 di Novembro duranti un operason na estado di Massachusets ki kulmina ku detenson di 19 individuos ( 4 di Cabo Verde, 4 di Brazil, 6 di Republica Dominicana , 2 di Haiti, 1 di França, , 1 di Guatemala y 1 di Bahamas) . Inda di akordu ku mesmu fonti maioria di es individuos indukumentadus sai di kadeia es anu dipos di kunpri pena pur krimi relasionadu ku tráfiku di droga.

ICE ta fla inda ki entri detidus sta un fugitivu di Cabo Verde akuzadu di distribuison di kokaina y ki resebeba ordi di deportason na 2011 ekuantutu 2 otu ten kadastru kriminal relasionadu ku trafiku di kocaina y di fentanil na Brockon , porti ilegal di arma , vandalismo, etc. fonte:ok
          

167th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron mobilizes for Hurricane Dorian support

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Six members of the 130th Airlift Wing’s 167th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron mobilized today to support Hurricane Dorian relief efforts over the next two weeks.
U.S. Air Force Capt. C.J. Adams, a flight nurse assigned to the 167th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, performs a medical equipment function check prior to mobilizing in support of Hurricane Dorian relief, Sept. 5, 2019, at McLaughlin Air National Guard Base, Charleston, West Virginia. The West Virginia Air National Guard will be providing a crew of six aeromedical evacuation technicians and flight nurses to assist with hurricane response efforts in affected areas throughout the United States and in the Bahamas. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. De-Juan Haley)



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