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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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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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Hope Town Music Festival Raises Record $75,000 for Charities

Combustion Music hosted its 3rd annual Hope Town Music Festival early in December, 2016 on the beautiful island of Elbow Cay. Over $75,000 was raised from the four writer- rounds, making this year the best to date.

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‘Artist and a Lighthouse’ Gallery Supports Local Landmark

The Abaco Inn turned into SOHO during its limited "Artist and a Lighthouse" gallery opening on the night of November 26. Renowned coastal artist, Kim Rody, was featured at the pop-up gallery opening to launch her limited edition Christmas ornaments, as well as showcase her original paintings, dinnerware and table top accessories.

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Hope Town Christmas Village Prepares for Fun and Festivities

On December 18, 19 and 20 the Hope Town Association, with the creative direction of Monica Cook, will be designing and building the 2nd Annual Hope Town Christmas Village to celebrate the Holidays. Taylor Park on Elbow Cay will transform from a tropical oasis into a winter wonderland.

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Rotary Hosts Seniors’ Luncheon

On December 5, 2016, the Rotary Club of Abaco hosted a Seniors’ Luncheon. The meal, and entertainment, was held at the Anglican Parish Hall in Marsh Harbour.

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CAPS’ “Mr. Thompson Day” Celebrates Teaching Career of Retired Educator

Grade 6 Teacher of the Year – Paul G. Knowles – was the moderator for ‘Mr. Thompson Day,’ which was held at Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS) on Dec. 2.

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Change Ministries Int’l Celebrates Fourteen Years of Ministry

Change Ministries International was built upon humble beginnings in 2002 when Pastor Samuel Cornish and First Lady Carmen Cornish established the church along with six dedicated members.

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Abaco Club Awards Scholarships to Students

The Abaco Club on Winding Bay’s General Manager, Casey Counseller, along with Cameel McDonald, Executive Assistant, recently distributed backpacks and school supplies to 7th grade students on the island of Abaco including Moore’s Island.

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National Women’s Week Observed

During National Women’s Week (November 20 through 26) the Abaco Department of Social Services along with the newly formed Department of Gender and Family Affairs held a special function at the Government Complex on November 24 under the theme “Promoting Women as Equal Partners with Men in National Development.” Speaking …

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