Brothers Of Bermuda To Hold Inaugural Event

March 1, 2016

Brothers of Bermuda, a new organization on the island, is getting set to hold its inaugral event on Thursday, March 3, to be officiated by Bishop Nicholas Dill.

The event will be held at The Cathedral, located on Church Street, from 12.30pm to 1.30pm, with members of the general public encouraged to attend.

A spokesperson said, “Brothers of Bermuda is a group of men, bonding together to form a brotherhood.

“The group is a new organization, made up of professional and laymen from all walks of life, who are attempting to provide support to men by providing spiritual, financial, legal, medical, occupation, education, social, in fact all facets of life that affects the daily lives of men, young and old, here in Bermuda, with aspiration of one day, being able to provide this initiative worldwide.

“As brothers, they will not only share tools to enrich family life; but will also organize social activities together, pray together and simply bond as brothers. They are just a simple network of brothers supporting each other, wanting to make a difference, regardless of race, color, creed or religion.

“During this event, Brothers of Bermuda will be honoring all Senior School’s Head Boys and Deputy Heads Boys. The schools include, Cedarbridge Academy, Bermuda Institute, Warwick Academy, Berkeley Institute, Saltus Gramar School, and Mount St. Agnes.

“They believe these young men are exemplary students and should be recognized for setting an example as well as setting the pace, for young men presently, and those who will follow in their footsteps. In addition, they feel these are extraordinary young people and this recognition is well deserved.

“Local dignitaries, educators, church pastors and businessmen, as well members of the public, have been invited, to offer congratulations, support, words of encouragement, motivation and wisdom, to the honorees, and their respective parents / guardians, as they certainly have set the example for them to follow.”

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  1. Nice and Positive.

  2. mmm says:

    A very noble concept rewarding those who have reached high ideals, and to inspire others who are currently on track. I do hope opportunities will be extended to those who have messed up or been over=whelmed by the challenges that some issues in life present.

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  4. Matt says:

    Bit of a fledgling Freemasons, eh? Not necessarily a bad idea, as long as it doesn’t become exclusionary and give in to cronyism.