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If EACH before his doorstep SWEPT… the VILLAGE would be CLEAN! Wanna give someone a reality check? Call in: 325 4316, 325 4259 or 323 6232! Email your reality check to chrissyloveraw@gmail.com, like Reality Check on Facebook Reality Check Bahamas and follow Chrissy on Twitter: @ChrissyLoveRaw!

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The Revolution seeks to inform and engage and electorate that has become jaded by decades of lackluster political performance as our country’s problems get worse in the face of administrations that have left far too many honest, hardworking Bahamians behind.

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This is a three-hour radio talk show hosted by veteran journalist, Carlton Smith. He addresses current affairs and provides a forum for intelligent discussions on the issues impacting our nation.

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Connected is a radio talk show that connects difference makers and forward thinkers in conversations about life, politics and pop culture.

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We discuss the plights of the elderly, including financial, physical and psychological abuse, and neglect. With October recognized as “Older Persons Month”, National Council on Older Persons Chairperson Juliette Barnwell and Co-chair Charles Sawyer talk about these challenges, and how we should be “Creating Inclusive Environments for Older Persons” – the local theme for this month’s observances here in The Bahamas. Nurse Justina Knowles also discusses what we can do to help our older relatives get more physically and mentally active, and what can be done to change the mindsets of younger people about senior citizens.
International Day of Older Persons is tomorrow, October 1. This year’s theme is “Sustainability and Age Inclusiveness in the Urban Environment.”
The month of activities in The Bahamas kicks off tomorrow with a church service and luncheon at Calvary Bible Church on Collins Avenue at 10am.
For more information about the National Council on Older Persons, contact Charles Sawyer at 477-7798.
Pictured left to right: MorningBlend Host Dwight Strachan; Juliette Barnwell; Charles Sawyer; Nurse Justina Knowles; MorningBlend Co-Host Ewurabena Appiah.

Be sure to follow Dwight on twitter @MorningBlend969 and check out our new Facebook page! http://facebook.com/MorningBlend969 Also contact us via email at morningblend@nasguard.com and call in to the studio 325 4316, 325 4259 or 323 6232 .

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