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Bradley Albury

Bradley Albury
Editor-in-Chief of The Abaconian.

December 15, 2014 Digital Edition

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Hope Town Candle Lighting Ceremony Planned  

On Sunday, December 14 a Candle Lighting will be held in Hope Town. That evening, 6:30pm at Jarret Park, organizers will have readings, candle lighting and songs in memory of children who have passed. It is in conjunction with the Compassionate Friends organization.

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From the Editor’s Desk: This is Christmas!

It is Christmas so I’ll be taking a break from my typical ramblings hosted in this space. Instead, I’m going to focus on things that make me happy. Things like family and friends, of which I am blessed to have both.

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Farmers Air Grievances

Around 30 Abaco farmers held a meeting with the Department of Agriculture on November 20. The meeting was called and chaired by local Dept. head, Josephina Curry. Though a team from Nassau was scheduled to be present to hear local farmers’ concerns, they were unable to make it. Despite the Nassau representatives being absent, the meeting proceeded.

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New Chief of Police for Abaco

Supt. Noel Curry finished his rotation as Chief of Police for Abaco on November 24, 2014. He has been the Chief of Police for Abaco for a little under five years. He was transferred to Grand Bahama this month.

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Winning is Sweet for Social Club’s Jelly Bean Count Contestants

Last month the Government Departments for Central Abaco District Social Club held a Jelly Bean Count fundraiser. The funds raised will go towards the Club’s end of the year initiatives. The second place winner of the count was St. Francis de Sales School and the closest count went to Julia Lauren.

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Rotary Honours Three New Paul Harris Fellows

Three new Paul Harris Fellows were recognized at the Rotary Club of Abaco’s “World’s Greatest Meal.” They were: Lauren Riviere - Office Manager for Riviere and Associates; Dwayne Wallas- former President of the Club whose legacy includes bringing the Rotary Blood Mobile to Abaco allowing many Abaconians to donate life-saving blood for the first time; and Desmond Bootle- former Club President who reinvigorated the Lowe House Project as well as many other projects including providing school supplies for children.

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From the Editor’s Desk: Priorities Part I – Education

I don’t think we have our priorities straight in this country. The government is too quick to evade its responsibilities and scapegoat the treasury. Responsibilities like educating your children and protecting your storefront from crime. We supposedly can’t do these things because the country is broke.

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Local Man Finds Conch Pearl in Fritters

Local Man Finds Conch Pearl in Fritters

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December 1, 2014 Digital Edition

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