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Sweat it Out: The Mental Challenge

Fitness can be way more of a mental challenge than a physical one.

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Rotary Club of Abaco Hosts District Governor

The Rotary Club of Abaco (RCOA), which is celebrating forty five years of service, hosted the Rotary District 7020 Governor, Haresh Ramchandani, at their weekly dinner. District 7020 includes Clubs in The Bahamas, Haiti, Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Virgin Islands, and others. Mr. Ramchandani was greeted at the airport and visited the island’s Interact Clubs before joining Rotarians for their regular meeting.

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Olympic Medalist Returns Home

The domestic lounge of Leonard M. Thompson International Airport in Abaco was a hub of activity on September 3, as officials of several government agencies joined friends and family members to welcome home the island hero, Olympian Bronze Medalist Stephen Gardiner, as he came home from Switzerland where he just participated in two Track & Field events.

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Gardening With Jack: Hot Peppers

Peppers are an important ingredient in Bahamian cuisine with bell peppers providing the crunch in conch salad and hot peppers the bite in soups and stews. Pepper plants are easy to grow and are highly productive. They love warm conditions and seeds can be planted right now.

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Abaco Caves – Part 1: Cave Formations

The Bahamas has long been the study of geologists from around the world. Geologists are drawn here for studies because of the Bahamas' tectonic stability. The islands are calcium carbonate with many interesting karst features, including banana holes, karren, blueholes and caves.

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Parents Protest School Conditions: Hold Students Back on Opening Day

A failure to repair the school over the summer break led to a protest on opening day by concerned parents on Moore’s Island, who kept their children home.

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Rotary Continues to Invest in Education and Youth

On Sept 8, 2016, the 50th Anniversary of International Literacy Day, members of the Rotary Club of Abaco visited several schools across the island to read to students and present teachers with a bag full of supplies.

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Hope Town Harbour Lodge Hosts Back to School Party

Labour Day weekend has come and gone once again, which means the long days of summer in Hope Town full of swimming, sailing, fishing, surfing, and bike riding are almost over.

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Camp Abaco Cafeteria Renamed to Honour Brown

On September 3, the family of the late Deacon Larry James Brown, MP for North Abaco Renardo Curry, and local members of the Assembly of God, gathered at Camp Abaco for the naming of the camp’s cafeteria to “Larry Brown Cafeteria.”

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Lodge Paints Classrooms in Sandy Point

Members of Prinston Rolle Lodge #12 AF&AM Abaco, completed charity work at J.A. Pinder Primary in Sandy Point on August 28, 2016.

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