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The Parliamentary Secretary and Minister of Parliament for North Abaco, Renardo Curry, presented Dundas Town Committee Chairman, Faron Newbold, with financial assistance in completing the project of a Cultural Center that the local government group is building.

North Abaco MP donates to Dundas Town

North Abaco MP Renardo Curry (left) presents Dundas Town Committee Chairman, Faron Newbold, with a cheque.
North Abaco MP Renardo Curry (left) presents Dundas Town Committee Chairman, Faron Newbold, with a cheque.

The Parliamentary Secretary and Minister of Parliament for North Abaco, Renardo Curry, presented Dundas Town Committee Chairman, Faron Newbold, with financial assistance in completing the project of a Cultural Center that the local government group is building.

Mr. Curry said “as MP for North Abaco I have looked through the community to see what projects are going on and what I may be able to assist with and I am very impressed with the Dundas Town Committee and their strategic plan for a cultural village.”

He said he decided to assist them by donating some funds to assist in the development of that cultural village project. “I’m happy to help and I commend the committee as they continue to push forward. We believe this cultural village will create jobs opportunities for a lot of the people in the community.”

He commended Mr. Newbold and said the chairman is “one of the hardest working men here in Abaco.”

Mr. Newbold thanked the MP and said “we fought for many years to forge a relationship between local government and central government and today is a day of a new beginning.”

He said they believe that a lot is going to get done and that Mr. Curry is the right man for the job.

He said that with such a partnership “taking the community to another level will be a smoother process and we will get the kind of assistance that is required to build our communities.”

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Timothy Roberts

Timothy had his first venture into Journalism just months after graduating from Queen’s College in Nassau taking his first job with The Tribune in 1991 leaving in 1992 for other pursuits.

During his time in Nassau he diversified his experiences working as a warehouse manager, locksmith and computer technician before returning to Abaco, a place he has always considered home, in 1999.

He joined the staff of The Abaconian in 2001 doing graphic design and writing an opinion article called Generally Speaking and after a brief time away, returned to The Abaconian in 2010 as a reporter, graphic designer and computer technician.

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