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Bradley Albury

Bradley Albury
Editor-in-Chief of The Abaconian.

Cheers

Every four years the nations of the Earth get a chance to compete in the Summer Olympics. A chance to showcase the athletic talent they have cultivated and to rally behind them. It’s not always about the medals, though that hardware is the ultimate prize, instead it’s often about seeing your country represented on the world stage. There is a reason the opening ceremony and walk-in always proves so popular.

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Man-O-War held Summer Swim Camp

The Abaco Swim Club along with Mr. and Mrs. David Knowles and Tica Roberts organized a summer swim camp for the children in Man-O-War. Held from July 23 – 27 the swim camp encouraged the sport and helped the children learn the skills and strokes. At the end of the camp awards were presented to the attendees. The children and organizers all look forward to attending the swim camp again next year.

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August 1, 2012 Newspaper

The Abaconian – August 1, 2012, Volume 20 – Issue 15 Section A Open publication – Free publishing – More abaco Section B Open publication – Free publishing – More abaco

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Gomez Chosen as FNM’s North Abaco Candidate

On July 23 the Free National Movement officially selected and ratified their candidate to run in the North Abaco by-elections. Greg Gomez was chosen and accepted to run on the party’s behalf. The by-election will be called within sixty days after the Right Honourable Hubert Ingraham officially resigns from the House of Assembly on August 31. Other names, besides Mr. Gomez, which were considered by the FNM were Perry Thomas, Jackson McIntosh and Cay Mills. Mr. Gomez was chosen after nearly ten hours of deliberation.

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From the Editor’s Desk: Traps

Crawfish season is here. I can already hear the sound of boat engines roaring to life as everyone stretches out their slings to test their elastic, look for holes in their mesh bags and retrace the steps they took when they laid their last trap. Crawfish season is for many Bahamians and Abaconians a more exciting holiday than any other. It’s Christmas in July, except that it’s in August.

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Cephas Cooper Bids Farewell to Abaco

On July 14 previous Senior Island Administrator Cephas Cooper was honoured in a special going-away dinner held at Abaco Beach Resort. Mr. Cooper, originally from Cooper’s Town, has been Abaco’s Senior Administrator for several years. The dinner party marked his last weekend as Abaco’s Administrator before he headed to Rock Sound, Eleuthera to take up administrative duties there.

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July 15, 2012 Newspaper

July 15, 2012 – Volume 20 – Issue 14 Section A Open publication – Free publishing – More abaco Section B Open publication – Free publishing – More abaco

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From the Editor’s Desk: Night Swimming

We recently hit the fever pitch of summer. With the week-long, island-wide Regatta leading into the festivities of our nation’s Independence a lot of activities have kept us busy. And we’ve had such nice weather for it, too. It is nice to see people from communities all over this island get together. That’s one reason I love the summer. With so many parties and events, such as the Independence celebrations behind us and the Sail Away and opening of Crawfish Season ahead of us, it allows a lot of us to get out there and see our friends and our beautiful island. As long as we don’t go overboard, we all have great times.

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July 1, 2012 Newspaper

The Abaconian – July 1, 2012 – Volume 20, Issue 13 Section A Open publication – Free publishing – More abaco Section B Open publication – Free publishing – More abaco

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June 15, 2012 Newspaper

The Abaconian – June 15, 2012 – Volume 20, Issue 12 Section A Open publication – Free publishing – More abaco Section B Open publication – Free publishing – More abaco

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