“The Bahamas at 40 Conference” at the College of The Bahamas begins exactly two weeks from today. COB professors Chris Curry and Stephen Aranha give us details about the conference, which will be “reflecting on the past, envisioning the future” from June 12 through 14. For more information, log on to www.cob.edu.bs
Also, Tina Klonaris-Robinson, Founder & Managing Director of The Meah Foundation, tells us about the aims and objectives of the organization, and the upcoming Music Festival fundraiser, Saturday, June 1, on Charlotte Street. Log on to www.themeahfoundation.org.
And with the flood warnings still in effect for the entire Bahamas, we talk with Neil Armstrong with the Department of Meteorology (via telephone) about what we cane expect over the next few days. Armstrong says the rainfall and thunderstorms will peak this evening.
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