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On May 20, the Police Superintendent, accompanied by two of his fellow officer, visited Angels Academy school in Marsh Harbour.

Police Give Anti-Bullying Talk to Angels Academy Students

Angels Academy Abaco

On May 20, the Police Superintendent, accompanied by two of his fellow officer, visited Angels Academy school in Marsh Harbour. The visit’s purpose was to educate the children on how to handle bullying. The officers were well-received by the students who engaged them with many questions and observations. The officers visited Grades 1-6.

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