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Bradley Albury

Bradley Albury
Editor-in-Chief of The Abaconian.

Abaco Artists’ Work Featured in Luciano Benetton Collection, Caribbean Art Book

Last year, Abaco artists Leanne Russell and Attila Fezst, were among 40 Bahamian artists chosen to represent contemporary Bahamian art in the Imago Mundi’s Luciano Benetton Collection.

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Angels Academy Carnival a Success

Angels Academy had a great turnout for their School Carnival on October 18. Games, food, face-painting and a bouncy castle were the highlights of the event. Faculty and staff were particularly pleased that they had more people from the wider community attend the carnival this year.

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Rotarians Talk Careers with High-Schoolers

On October 20, members of the Rotary Club of Abaco spent the morning with students at SC Bootle High School in Cooper’s Town.

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Quotes the Affect your Electric Bill

“I don’t see the government even considering giving concessions [for Bahamian homeowners to go solar].”

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November 1, 2014 Digital Edition

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Gov’t Targets Nine Homes Constructed Since May Fire

Eight illegally constructed homes were bulldozed in Sand Banks on October 7. Sand Banks is a shanty town community just south of Treasure Cay. On May 4 of this year a fire destroyed about half of the homes in the community. The actions on October 7 targeted the homes which had been constructed since the fire.

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October 15, 2014 Digital Edition

Click below to view the latest Abaconian online: http://bit.ly/1nr6FlJ    

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Hope Town Holds Coastal Clean-Up

Through the collaborative efforts of Hope Town Primary School, the Methodist Youth Ministry and Concerned Citizens Watch (C.C.W.), over forty community members of all ages met on Saturday September 20, for an island wide clean-up of Elbow Cay.

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K-Kids Make Cheque Presentation to Abaco Cancer Society

The staff and administration of Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS) partnered with K-Kids, the Kiwanis Club's Youth arm, to raise funds for the Abaco Cancer Society.

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Five Young Abaco Sailors Compete in Nationals

Young Abaco sailors Malia Sweeting, Brandon Sands, Chloe Sweeting, Joey Gale and Rachel Sands competed in the 2014 Opti Nationals in Salt Pond, Long Island. The Nationals were held on October 4 and 5.

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