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WTP Alerts

Happy New Year!

1/3/2012 9:45:48 AM
Dear Member;

The end of year holiday season is always filled with food, fun, festivities and the minor stresses accompanied with making all of those things come to fruition. In hindsight, 2011 was a year of great challenge in most aspects of life and living locally and internationally. There was personal and collective loss and, at times, confusion on how to face the reality of these new times.

But a New Year always seems to bring about an atmosphere of excitement and optimism about the days, weeks and months ahead. As human beings we are wired that way – to hope and to feel. The challenge has always been in the doing!

We The People is a creation of these things – a result of the desire for change and a progressive development within our individual self and collective society. A fresh and seemingly naïve approach to our national motto of “Forward, Upward, Onward, Together”. But We have proven that engagement and participation WORKS!

So this year, in this very moment, let’s commit/ re-commit ourselves to the doing! Fulfilling our role and playing our parts. 2012 will be just another year, destined to achieve the same results, without the transformative involvement of YOU!

Happy New Year!

Sincerely,
We The People (Bahamas) Ltd.
Telephone: (242) 323-7333
Fax: (242) 323-2998
Email: info@wethepeoplebahamas.org
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