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As the Dundas Town Local Government Committee continues its training and recruitment initiatives on Abaco, the team headed by Chairman Faron Newbold has embarked on another project to create employment opportunities for the residents of Dundas Town and Central Pines areas.

Dundas Town Committee Extends Training and Employment Opportunities Residents

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As the Dundas Town Local Government Committee continues its training and recruitment initiatives on Abaco, the team headed by Chairman Faron Newbold has embarked on another project to create employment opportunities for the residents of Dundas Town and Central Pines areas.

With a view of realizing this objective, about 50-60 residents from those areas came to the Dundas Town Local Government Office building to register and fill out applications for job opportunities on November 4 from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

The eager group included males and females ages 17 and up, as well as single parents and married persons.

“They were all interested in obtaining employment, and also gaining experience and pointers on job-hunting,” Chairman Faron Newbold shared.

“It is envisioned that within weeks these individuals will be offered employment opportunities, and thereafter will improve them and their family’s livelihood as well as it is expected that they will contribute to the development of the island community.”

Within a week of his statement, Newbold thanked Baker’s Bay Golf & Ocean Club for their support and for extending job opportunities to those in search of employment.

“Baker’s Bay has already called some of the candidates in, and I wish to publicly thank them.”

For more information on the Dundas Town Local Government Committee’s training and recruitment initiatives, contact Faron Newbold or Cecil Ingraham.

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