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Canishka Alexander

Canishka Alexander was born in New Providence, but spent most of her childhood years on Abaco. She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from Abilene Christian University.

Although she has accomplished many things in life, her greatest accomplishment is being a mother to her four children. She loves God, her country and people of all cultures.

High Banks Fire Service to Host its 3rd Annual Bike-A-Thon in February

The High Banks Volunteer Fire Service (HBVFS) is hosting its 3rd Annual Bike-A-Thon Fundraiser on Feb. 12. The course extends for 30 miles from the HBVFS Fire House in Bahama Palm Shores to the Regatta beach site in Sandy Point.

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Local Woman Laments Vandalism of Memorial Garden

A memorial garden is in the making adjacent to the Abaco Community Health Facility also known as the mini hospital on the S.C. Bootle Highway.

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Private-Public Partnership Plans Discussed for Abaco’s Two Airports

The Ministry of Transport and Aviation facilitated a meeting for all airport stakeholders, workers, industry partners and interested persons at the Leonard M. Thompson International Airport’s Domestic Arrival Lounge on Dec. 22.

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New MHVFR Fire Chief Lays Out Brigade’s Goals

On Dec. 10, a press conference was held at the Marsh Harbour Volunteer Fire Rescue (MHVFR) Brigade to introduce Sarone Kennedy as the newly elected fire chief. His appointment as fire chief took place on Dec. 6.

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Registered Physical Therapist Joins Staff at Auskell Medical Centre

Axle Pajarito-Joseph has been a registered physical therapist at Auskell Medical Centre since April 2016. A native of the Philippines, Axle first became a physical therapist in February of 2009.

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Team Abaco Competes in Christmas Shake Down Basketball Tournament

The Abaco Basketball Association (A.B.A.) is on the move not only on Abaco. A basketball team from Abaco travelled to Grand Bahama to participate in the Grand Bahama Christmas Shake Down Basketball Tournament on Dec. 16-17.

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PADF launches Women’s Initiative for Non-Violence in The Bahamas

The Pan American Development Foundation (PADF) launched a program to raise awareness regarding gender-based violence in The Bahamas on Nov. 29 through Dec. 2.

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Entrepreneur Report: Dec 15, 2016

Lee’s Corner Store & Deli Located in Murphy Town, Lee’s Corner Store & Deli is owned by three sisters – Raquel, Michelle and Keishchelle Thurston. The small, convenience store officially opened on Aug. 20 and services the neighborhood. Lee’s Corner Store offers grocery items, meat selections, snacks, a variety of …

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Prime Minister Opens 13th Annual Christmas Festival

As a much-anticipated event each year, the 13th Annual Abaco Christmas Festival attracted hundreds of people to BAIC Park on Dec. 3.

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Enactus Startup 242 Social Enterprise Competitions Inspire Young Entrepreneurs

The first in a series of’ Enactus Startup 242’ Social Enterprise competitions held in partnership with St. Mary’s University took place at Agape Christian School on Dec. 8. Two additional competitions were scheduled for Forest Heights Academy (FHA) and Abaco Central High School (ACH).

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