Tag Archives: Children

Rotary and Rotaract Clubs of East Nassau Combine Efforts to Give Children Comfortable Beds to Rest Each Night

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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Back to School Medical Special!


Parents! If you are feeling overwhelmed with Back to School requirements and expenses, this information may be helpful to you.

This summer you can visit Dr. Kaie-Ann Smith to get your kids’ Vaccines and Back to School Medicals done at special rates.

Note that a Gustazo just came out yesterday for discounted General Check ups as well.

To make an Appointment or Visit:

Ph: 876-908-0366/876-845-8377

Location: 70 Half Way Tree Road (Heart & Specialist Professional Centre)


Walk-ins: Wed-Fri @ 2:30pm-7pm; Sat. 10am – 2pm

By: Gabrielle Burgess

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Rotaract Club of St. Andrew’s ‘Choc-Ful-o-Love’ Christmas Treat joint with LOVE 101FM

The Rotaract Club of St. Andrew partnered with LOVE 101FM in sharing gifts with the children at the Sir.  John Golding Rehabilitation Centre this December. They certainly put a smile on the faces of all the children.



Ram Goat Run

- Jamaicaobserver.com (Monday, November 25, 2013)

– Pic taken from Jamaicaobserver.com (Monday, November 25, 2013)

The inaugural inter-parish cross-country road challenge, Ram Goat Run was held on Saturday, November 23, 2013. The ‘run’, brainchild of Sandals/ATL Group CEO Adam Stewart, was aimed at raising J$5m towards the purchase of a sterilizer for the children’s ward of the Cornwall Regional Hospital through the We Care Foundation. The sterilizer costs approximately US$60,000 and will help to save lives of thousands of children living in Western Jamaica once functioning. The We Care Foundation will donate all proceeds of the Ram Goat Run to help the pediatric ward of the Cornwall Regional Hospital.

The run set off from the Caymanas Golf and Polo Club in St Catherine at 8:45 am, with participants racking up points from various challenges linked to social media. Runners had to arrive at the Buccaneer’s Jerk Centre in Port Maria, St Mary by 2pm after following the route which took them from the South to North Coast via Flat Bridge, Mount Rosser and Ocho Rios. Teams then returned to the Caymanas Polo Club by 5 pm, via the Junction, Manor Park through Kingston route. The team with the most points at the end of the day was announced as winner at an after party at Caymanas Polo Club. On the return leg to St. Catherine, one of the runs objectives was to find and photograph the elusive Ram Goat. Our very own co-writer of SuGa Lifestyle, Suzanne Stanley emerged as the winner with her teammates, Michelle Ferguson and Nikolai Lewis.

Sponsors included Rainforest Seafoods, National Bakery, Wray & Nephew, Wisynco, Land Rover, Sandals, ATL Appliance Traders, Jamaica Observer, Fyah 105 FM, Fame FM, Jamaica National Building Society, CIBC, GraceKennedy, and Knightfox AppDesign.

Prizes included the Ram Goat Run Trophy; a week’s stay at an overseas Sandals or Beaches Resort or Weekend stays and day passes at Sandals Resorts, fuel vouchers, LED televisions, tablets, smartphones, spa treatments, Island Routes Caribbean Adventure Tours, ATL gift vouchers; and other varied sponsor prizes.