Who wrote the National Pledge of The Bahamas?

Who wrote the National Pledge of The Bahamas?

Rev. Philip Rahming
The Pledge of Allegiance is the national pledge of The Commonwealth of the Bahamas which was written by Rev. Philip Rahming.

What do the words mean in the Pledge?

“I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands: one Nation under God, indivisible, with Liberty and Justice for all”.

What does taking the pledge mean?

take the pledge, to make a solemn, formal vow to abstain from intoxicating drink.

Who was the author of the National Pledge?

Each of the authors deserves respect and attention. The national pledge was written in 1976. Its author is Prof (Mrs.) Felicia Adebola Adedoyin born in 1938 as the second of six children.

When was the pledge of allegiance first written?

The Pledge of Allegiance was written for the 400th anniversary, in 1892, of the discovery of America. A national committee of educators and civic leaders planned a public-school celebration of Columbus Day to center around the flag. Included with the script for ceremonies that would culminate in raising of the flag was the pledge.

Who is the author of the National Pledge of Trinidad and Tobago?

The Independence Pledge was written by Marjorie Padmore, it was composed for school children and is usually recited in the mornings in school assembly and on special occasions like Independence Day and Republic Day, in Trinidad and Tobago. Marjorie Padmore created countless musical rhymes and jingles for the Ministry of Education School

What did Edna Dean Proctor write for the pledge of allegiance?

Edna Dean Proctor wrote an ode for the event, and “There was also an oration suitable for declamation.”. Bellamy held that “Of course, the nub of the program was to be the raising of the flag, with a salute to the flag recited by the pupils in unison.”.