|World Harmony Run to pass through The Bahamas|
|News - Sports|
|Wednesday, 04 April 2012 06:59|
NASSAU, The Bahamas -- Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture the Hon. Charles Maynard poses with World Harmony Run representative Tilvila Hurwit and ministerial stakeholders, during a courtesy call to his Ministry, on April 3, 2012. This will be the second consecutive time that the World Harmony Run will pass through The Bahamas.
The Run passes through 100 countries and six continents and starts in April in the United States, with the Bahamian leg of the Run slated for October.
According to Ms. Hurwit, the torch is a universal symbol of peace and harmony and the Run aims at encouraging oneness and harmony throughout the world, especially amongst children.
Pictured (from left) are 2011/12 Public Service Officer of the Year and Department of Youth employee, Ian Bethel; Sports Officer and Co-ordinator for the first World Harmony Run in The Bahamas, Mrs. Oria Wood-Knowles; Ms. Hurwit; Minister Maynard; Director of Sports, Tim Munnings; and Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture representative, Ann Higgins. (BIS Photo / Eric Rose)
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