RCEN has been keeping Christmas traditions alive this month with a number of regular events taking place.  Our hamburger van did brisk trade at the Ebeneezer Church Fair on December 1st and a strong showing from the club attended the same venue on December 6th to serve Christmas dinner for the elderly and needy.

Next on the calendar was bell ringing for the Salvation Army on December 8th, the second leg of which takes place this Saturday, December 15th, so be sure to book your spot on the roster.

Today also saw our club host the annual Christmas Party at the Bahamas Association for the Physically Disabled, an organisation which we have been supporting for a number of years.



MC for the event was ADG Lindsey Cancino and the carol singing was led by PADG Murray Forde before we were treated to a special performance by vocalist Yulee B with music provided by Drexel Munroe and Obie Pindling.

The children of the BAPD then took centre stage and lit up the room with a variety of skits, before Santa arrived with gifts for all.

In his vote of thanks, BAPD President and PP of RCEN, Sir Durward Knowles thanked the children, staff and parents at BAPD for putting on the show and made special mention of the many donors, such as RCEN, who make it possible for the BAPD to keep it’s doors open. More funding is needed though to provide wheelchairs so that children and adults throughout the country can live life to the fullest.

More photo’s from today’s party can be found in the photo gallery section of our website.