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Morning Blend 18 April, 2013

It’s unclear how many people in The Bahamas are suffering with Parkinson’s Disease, but the Kingdor National Parkinson’s Foundation has been working tirelessly for nearly two decades. Founder Mavis Darling, and Gandhi Pinder and Melissa Allen talk about Parkinson’s Disease, the work of the Foundation, and their Ball at the Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort this weekend.

Also, the IBS Build-A-Bridge Challenge is one week away. Event Organizers Nick Dean, IBS Principal, and Kevin Sweeting, IBS Operations Manager, give us details about the high school Popsicle bridge competition set for April 25 at COB’s Performing Arts Centre.

And ‘In The News’, we discuss “Swift Justice” with the AG’s Office, web shop operators losing their appeal of the lifting of the order preventing police from taking action against them, and the latest on the COB fee hike issue.

photo: L-R Melissa Allen, Mavis Darling-Hill

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