by: Sharell Lockhart, News Reporter
Hurricane Matthew proved to be a harrowing experience for many families throughout the Grand Bahama community, especially for those fighting to repair and restore their homes and lives. Three weeks ago, the Category 4 storm made landfall completely transforming the island, leaving many without essential services, including clean, running water and electricity with even more in limbo from a financial perspective.
Hoping to ease the burden of residents adversely impacted by Hurricane Matthew through a philanthropic partnership is the Pilot Club of Lucaya, Rotary Club of Freeport and Seacor Island Lines formerly (G and G Shipping Co. Ltd.,) which has already begun making a positive and well-received impact throughout Grand Bahama.
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