News that the Bermuda Security Group donated $34,000 to Coach Andrew Bascome’s football programme at Victor Scott School, Bermuda remains the world leader in the captive insurance industry, the America’s Cup countdown clock was unveiled, Ilkeston FC appointed Bermudian Shaun Goater as their manager, and the island’s Carifta swimming team was announced were all some of the positive news stories from the past week.
In other good news, this year’s Ag Show will be held from April 20 – 22, footballer Tahzeiko Harris signed with Appalachian State University, footballer Tyejae Burchall signed with Rutgers University, and Dage Minors was named the Northeast-10 Conference Track Athlete of the Week for the 4th time this winter.
Other good news stories included Elizabeth Mulderig releasing a new children’s book entitled “Tiny Wins The Americas Cup In Bermuda,” the “10 Most Fascinating People of Bermuda″ series featuring Andrew Bascome and Patrina ‘Power Girl’ O’Connor-Paynter, and Nahki Wells scoring in a Huddersfield Town win.
We also posted photo galleries of women’s field hockey, the Flying Colours mountain bike race, football, the Coldwell Banker Home Show and Giovanna Watson‘s book launch for “Dear Cancer, Let Me Introduce Myself”.
In an effort to highlight some of positive news happening in our community, we supplement our standard morning and evening email newsletters with a special Sunday “Good News” email newsletter edition, and also produce a highlight video and article which strictly focuses on the positive news about Bermuda and Bermudians from the past week.
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