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Bradley Albury

Bradley Albury
Editor-in-Chief of The Abaconian.

From the Editor’s Desk: Foghorn

No political party will give us this version of The Bahamas. We have to demand it. Pursue it. Shape it in our own homes and communities. It won’t be given. But that is not to say we should surrender our most powerful tool. Our vote – our voice. The election will soon be called. I urge you to register and vote your conscience. Have no shame when your children ask you how YOU shaped this country.

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Chalk Art Festival Raises Funds for Rotary Youth Projects

On Jan 28 the Rotary Club of Abaco held its annual Chalk Art Festival. The Chalk Art Festival is one of the Club’s major fundraisers geared towards its youth programs which include supporting the island’s two Interact Clubs at St. Francis de Sales and Forest Heights Academy.

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From the Editor’s Desk: Alternative Facts

The Prime Minister, The Rt. Hon. Perry Christie, recently announced at the PLP convention that this administration has brought many wonderful achievements to the Bahamian people. Among those achievements he listed “the new mini hospitals opening in Abaco and Exuma.”

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North Abaco Candidate Introduction

All candidates for the North Abaco District and Central/South Abaco district have now been ratified for the three major parties: Progressive Liberal Party, Free National Movement and the Democratic National Alliance.

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Feb 1, 2017 Digital Edition

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Jan 15, 2017 Digital Edition

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“Those Who Stayed” Commemorates Perseverance and Launches with Book Signing Event

Finding inspiration in her ancestral home, and in tribute to the men and women that persevered and built a life and community on Green Turtle Cay, Amanda Diedrick has published a book on the early and enduring settlers of the island. Amanda, granddaughter of Lurey (Curry) Albury who was born …

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Rotary Bell Ringing Feeds Over 170

In December you may have seen smiling men and women in front of your grocery stores ringing a bell and hoping for your change. If you obliged them, then the Rotary Club of Abaco wants to thank you for helping with their annual Christmas Food Parcels.

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From the Editor’s Desk: Register

When Parliamentarians are not wasting their time making fun of each other and squabbling over matters of pride, they are making empty promises. Crime remains a huge problem but we’ve heard the same strategies and procedures for the past five years and, in fact, the five years before that. Whoever is in charge seems to think if they simply speak something it will get done, magically, without any follow up. At least this is what I assume from watching our leaders address the same problems year after year with apparent obliviousness to the fact that they said the exact same thing eighteen months prior.

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Albert Lowe Museum Celebrates Forty Years

Over one hundred locals and guests came together at the Bluff House in Green Turtle Cay to celebrate the Fortieth Anniversary of the Albert Lowe Museum which featured a book signing and a historic musical performance.

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