Members of the Rotaract Club of East Nassau after a day of varnishing, fun, laughter and Community service on April 7, 2019.
A few weeks ago, Rotaractors from the Rotaract Club of East Nassau came together to varnish beds at the Ranfurly Home for Children in the Bahamas, which were put together by their sponsor club, Rotary Club of East Nassau.
Kudos to Rotary and Rotaract Clubs of East Nassau for executing this iniative. Our Children are our Future.
By: Gabrielle Burgess
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Hurricane Matthew may not be a direct hit to Jamaica but it is traveling extremely slow, which is not good for us as we clearly cannot handle a lot of rain for a lengthy period of time.
For my Suga Bears not only in Jamaica but Haiti, Cuba, Turks and Caicos and the Bahamas, this diagram says a lot. Take a look if you haven’t prepared already and even if you have, check it in case you missed something.
March is recognized as Water and Sanitation Month by Rotary. Rotaractors and Rotarians worldwide are motivated to build wells, install water tanks and assist in providing clean water for children and families, as at least 3000 children die each day from preventable waterborne diseases.
The Rotaract Club of Nassau Sunset in the Bahamas currently has a Water Bottle Project where they provide reusable water bottles to students of Willard Patton Preschool encouraging them to drink and take clean water to school each day. The project also reduces plastic bottle waste, as the bottles are reusable.
The Rotaract Club of Nassau Sunset is about $150US away from their goal. Help them to donate reusable Bottles to Willard Patton Preschool Students.
SuGa Lifestyle has kept readers up to date for the past year on Restaurant Ratings and Reviews, Recipes, Health and Fitness, GW ART, Charities and What’s Hot, for instance with popular Sports events or tournaments. Restaurant Reviews continuously proves to be the most popular posts amongst readers.
Conceptualizer, Gabrielle Williams has traveled across the United States, the Caribbean and as far as Japan, where the local cuisines and fine dining options are a must stop. On most weekends, regardless of which parish or country she may be in, she can be found satisfying her fancy of exploring the culinary talents on offer at the restaurant of her choice.
Gabrielle also had the pleasure of being a Table Talk Observer Food Awards Judge for 2014. She will unhesitatingly give restaurants, chefs or caterers fair recognition for their good work, objectively highlighting those that have been inconsistent, mediocre or low in quality and by offering suggestions for general improvement.
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