1- Finding a place for the Federation should be our first priority: Centrally
located, with good security, access everyday all the time or at least till midnight, preferably large enough (500sq.f) to
play small tournaments.
Warren Seymour for the expansion of training programme either in schools and outside with a letter to all members of
the Bahamas Chess Federation explaining the necessity for the members to be involved if they want to be part of any National
Communicate as much as possible about Chess and the Federation events and goals through the media (Newspapers,
ZNS, radios, websites).
4- Prepare the organisation of international tournaments in the Bahamas.
5- Promote the programme of Chess in the prison and possibly extend it to
other social groups.
6- Work with our traditionnal sponsors and research for new sponsors especially
to send a Bahamian team to international events.
7- Finalise the creation of a website with the informations about the history
of the federation, results of tournaments, list of champions, calendar of events.
8- Promote the educational advantages of Chess with the release of studies in many
countries and the fact that the only male recipiendaire of a Sir Lynden Pindling Scholarship award last year was a
Chess player and the students as well as the parents should be aware of the fact that a good education is the key for best
chances in the future.
9- Eventually organise tournaments between teams from companies.