Eleven-year-old Lashaunna Elizabeth Williams admonished Rotarians to maintain good character in the midst of economic disparity and high crime levels, as it will be the key needed to move The Bahamas forward in a positive direction.

Serving as the keynote speaker for the weekly luncheon for the Rotary Club of Freeport, Williams said "all of the major problems that we face in the world today are the result of a lack of good character. Last year in The Bahamas we faced a murder count of 127, what will our figures reflect this year?


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