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Dept. of Education spearheads first Career and Technical Education (CTE) Exhibition

The first Career and Technical Education (CTE) District Exhibition took place at the Bahamas Government Complex on Feb. 15 under the theme – “Building Bridges, Closing Gaps…One Student at a Time!”

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ACH Students Find Success in Nassau Eureka Science Competition

Two ninth grade students from Abaco Central High School made their principal, Mr. Ricardo Ferguson, proud when they placed first in the junior division of the Eureka Science Competition.

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Sights of Abaco: Mangroves

Still mornings are the perfect time to get out your paddle board or kayak and hit the water for a paddle through the wetlands. Without the noise of a motor in the equation you can truly appreciate the serenity and calmness the wetlands have to offer, the only noise besides the dip of the paddle in the water might be the calling of a bird or the occasional breath of a turtle popping up nearby. Along the shore one type of tree begins to become very abundant.

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Barefoot Man to Lead World’s Shortest St. Paddy’s Parade

The Strawberry Monkey’s Annual World’s Shortest St. Patrick’s Day Parade welcomes all “Irish For the Day” boaters and Abaconians. Barefoot Man will be this year’s Grand Marshall.

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Scotland Cay Residents Share Holiday Spirit with North Abaco

For the second year in a row the residents of Scotland Cay were privileged to share their Christmas season with some of the North Abaco residents. This year the Scotland Cay homeowners were well prepared to play Santa's Elves as this was their 6th trip up the North Abaco Shore and have gotten to know some of the residents very well.

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Abaco Realtors, Homes Featured on HGTV’s Caribbean Life Show

Abaco has been flexing its muscles yet again on an international stage – this time landing a spot on HGTV’s Caribbean Life show.

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Zika Prevention Starts at Home

Zika, the mosquito transmitted virus which tragically may be linked to shrunken brains in children, is cause for widespread concern.

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Kiwanis Members Organize Kindness Challenge

The Kiwanis Club of Abaco organized their 2nd Annual Kindness Challenge in conjunction with The Kids for Peace Organization out of California.

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Kiwanis Club of Abaco Installs New K-Kids Chapter

On Saturday, Feb. 6, the Kiwanis Club of Abaco’s President Neulessa Major along with SLP Director Raisa Hamilton, and St. Francis de Sales Builders Club Vice President Petera Major travelled to Man-O-War Cay to install the officers and members  of one of their newest K-Kids family – the K-Kids of …

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By Brittney Nairn “Congratulations to The Bahamas’ youngest new scientists – Jasmine Russell and Jameka Cooper – who traveled to Nassau and captured first place at the Young Scientist Eureka Competition [and Exhibition],” praised Arnald Cooper, principal of Grand Cay All Age School. “Congratulations to you and your class teacher …

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