Bahamas Delegation in DC for the unveiling of the commemorative bust of Sir Lynden Pindling

Posted on: April 19, 2017

Bahamas Delegation in Washington, DC for the unveiling of the commemorative bust of Sir Lynden Pindling at the Organization of American States. 19 April

Delegation briefing session with the Governor General, H.E. Dame Marguerite Pindling, upon arrival in Washington, DC for the unveiling of the commemorative bust of Sir Lynden Pindling at the Organization of American States. Seated left to right are: CG Zonicle, DG Brennen-Haylock, Amb. Newry, Governor General H.E. Dame Marguerite Pindling, Amb Rahming and Obie Pingling (son of the late Sir Lynden Pingling).

Consul General Paulette Zonicle speaking at United Way Partnership Event, Washington, DC

Steve Proctor of GS Proctor Associates speaking at Bahamas/United Way Partnership Event, Washington, DC

Mr. Bobby Pinder of The Bahamas Atlanta Consulate singing the national anthem at the United Way/Bahamas event, Washington DC, 19 April 2016

Her Excellency the Governor General presenting the flag of The Bahamas to Ms Rosie Allen-Herring President and CEO Of United Way, 19 April Washington, DC



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