Defence Headquarters, 22 JAN. ‘24 (RBDF): Celebrating 15 years of unwavering dedication and service to the Royal Bahamas Defence Force, Entry 46, and Woman Entry 16, led by Acting Lieutenant Commander Natasha Walton, embarked on a meaningful community service initiative to give back to the Bain and Grants Town community on January 19, 2024.
Collaborating with the Bain and Grants Town Urban Renewal Center, the heart of the initiative was centered on providing support to the community members by patrolling through key areas such as Lewis Street, Finlayson Street, Dumping Ground, Burial Ground, and Augusta Street.
A highlight of the community service initiative was the distribution of grocery bags filled with essential items to alleviate some of the daily challenges faced by families in the community.
This initiative marked a significant milestone for Entry 46 and Woman Entry 16 who showcased the positive impact that armed forces can have when they extend their hands in service to the community.
The organization is committed to enhancing the well-being of the individuals it serves, in harmony with Commodore Raymond King’s vision as the Commander Defence Force. Commodore King intends to establish a prominent community presence for the organization, fostering stronger relations and making a positive impact on the lives of community members.
Photos by: Woman Marine Raven Hepburn