One Eleuthera News
LaShawn "Mars" McPhee is a 33-year-old native and resident of Bannerman Town.
LaShawn originally wanted to join the police force. After graduating from Preston Albury High School in 2001, he worked multiple jobs back and forth between Eleuthera and Nassau until about two years ago.
On August 30th and 31st, as part of its ongoing mission to train, mobilize and equip teachers with relevant techniques to improve the overall education and preparedness of the island’s children, the South Eleuthera Mission partnered with the One Eleuthera Foundation, Pineapple Fields and The Ministry of Education to host a professional development training on Place Based Education (PBE).
Eleuthera, Bahamas- Statistics state that breast cancer is the most common form of cancer among women in the Bahamas. According to Judith Hurley, M.D, Breast Cancer Unit, University of Miami, nearly 45% of Bahamian women who are diagnosed with breast cancer already are at the late stages of the disease, compared to only about 12% of female breast cancer patients in the United States.
Under the theme Cultivating Synergies through Team Empowerment, Michelle Miller, Life-Coach, Communications Expert and Empowerment Practitioner, facilitated a Team Empowerment Activity (TEA) workshop for junior members of the One Eleuthera Foundation (OEF) staff, Centre for Training and Innovation (CTI) instructors and administrators/programmatic staff of four of OEF’s partner organizations, Cancer Society of Eleuthera (CSE), Eleuthera Arts & Culture Centre (EACC), One Eleuthera Corporative Credit Union Limited (OECCUL) and The South Eleuthera Mission (SEM).
June 26, 2016 was a day where many felt a new wave of hope as the BahamaHost held its graduation ceremony at Fountain of Life Kingdom Ministries church in Rock Sound, Eleuthera. Over 90 Eleutherans completed the course. Many of the graduates consisted of students from the Centre for Training and Innovation, One Eleuthera Foundation staff and members of the Central and South Eleuthera communities.