News that Tashon DeSilva and Dan Cole were selected to represent the West Indies in rugby, the first laparoscopic kidney removal took place in Bermuda, the Start Up Weekend helped six businesses form in a span of 54 hours, Gordon Bowen and Tekle Ming completed the BOMI Facilities Management Administrator programme at Bermuda College, and Jonte Smith scored twice in a Lewes FC victory were all some of the positive news stories from the past week.
In other good news, a new Cahow chick hatched live on the Nonsuch Island camera project, young men from Impact Mentoring Academy delivered inspirational messages at a spoken word event, well known artist Ami Zanders opened her solo art exhibition, and young tennis players Trey Mallory, Tariq Simons, Scott Redmond are set to compete at the 2017 Junior Davis Cup in El Salvador.
We also posted various community photo galleries, including coverage of the National Par 3 Golf Championships, women’s field hockey, CEA Dressage Competition, Telford Magic Mile, Bermuda College Health Fair, World Book Day, the Earl of Wessex’s visits to local schools, and the Friends of Hospice’s High Tea event.
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.
You can sign up to have the free newsletter delivered via email here, and/or access the links below. In addition, for those who like positive news, please feel free to visit our sister site ForeverBermuda.com, which seeks to showcase the best of Bermuda as well as provide information and listings for visitor related services.