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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.

Cooper’s Town Library and Computer Lab officially opened

On Nov. 29, Gary Smith, Chief Councillor of the North Abaco District welcomed distinguished guests to the opening and dedication of the Cooper’s Town Library and Computer Lab.

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Abaco Science Fair observes human impact on marine environment

Friends of the Environment’s Abaco Science Fair 2013 took place on Nov. 22 at New Vision Ministries. This year’s theme was: “Human Impact on the Marine Environment.”

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“White Lightning” tops 15th Annual Big Hill Boxcart Derby

Intermittent rain forced the 15th Annual Big Hill Boxcart Derby to get off to a late start on Nov. 30, but the wet weather did not dampen the spirits of the participants and those who came to watch the much-anticipated event.

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Christmas Festival highlighted by Santa Claus’ visit, presents

The 10th Annual Abaco Christmas Festival was well-received by the Abaco community and off-island visitors on Dec. 7 at BAIC Park. Pastor Stephen Knowles, president of the Abaco Christian Council, was invited to open the event in prayer.

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Tourism’s BahamaHost Programme graduates 60-plus participants

In a combined graduation for participants in Sessions 3, 4 and 5 of the Ministry of Tourism’s BahamaHost Graduation Ceremony, more than 60 people graduated as certified BahamaHost professionals on Nov. 24 at the Government Complex.

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Abaco schools join together to observe World AIDS Day

Students from schools across Central and South Abaco met at the St. Francis de Sales Catholic School campus to form the Human Ribbon in observance of Worlds AIDS Day on Dec. 6.

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CAPS, K-Kids make donation to ACS president

In a joint effort by students of Central Abaco Primary School, and K-Kids, the youth arm of the Kiwanis Club, funds were raised to support the Abaco Cancer Society (ACS). On Nov. 19, students and staff members presented a $400-cheque to Joanne Bradley, ACS president.

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CIBC/FCIB representatives make donation to Abaco Cancer Society

Iris Henchell, branch manager of CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank, along with Valerie Hardy presented a cheque in the amount of $3,507.40 to Joanne Bradley, president of the Abaco Cancer Society, on Nov. 19.

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Creter’s Bulldogs celebrate championship win with fans

Following their historic win at the Bahamas Softball Federation's (BSF) National Round-Robin Tournament last month, the Creter’s Bulldogs organized a grand celebration on Nov. 16 at the Murphy Town Ball Field inviting fans on Abaco to celebrate with them. Leading up to the event, T-shirts were sold ensuring that all supporters were well represented in their Bulldogs’ attire. Free food, drinks and entertainment were provided, and a recap of the championship game was shown on the big screen for everyone to enjoy.

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Pilot Club paints home of disabled woman, promotes Anchor Club in schools

In the early morning hours of Nov. 16, the Pilot Club of Abaco celebrated International Care & Kindness week by demonstrating what it means to be kind. According to Pilot Keora Archer, the team of volunteers painted the home of Sheila Calma, a disabled lady residing in Murphy Town.

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