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Whale Camp Concludes in Sandy Point

The Bahamas Marine Mammal Research Organisation (BMMRO) located in Sandy Point, Abaco conducted its annual whale camp in July. During two weeks in July, ten young Bahamians who all share an interest in marine life attended camp at BMMRO. The campers were a mixture of Bahamian students representing public and …

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“Miss Garnet” Represents Abaco as Part of Miss Earth Bahamas Pageant

Treasure Cay Beach is among the most beautiful in the world, and on August 5 there were ten more beauties visiting as the contestants for the Miss Earth Bahamas Pageant took part in the Best Body competition and the Chat & Chill Calendar Swimsuit photoshoot. The Miss Bahamas Beauty Organization, …

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Church League Association Basketball Features Eleven Teams

  The Church League Association Basketball Program has been providing young men with regular evening activities every Friday and Saturday, since the first week of May. This year, the games took place at the beautiful Ocean View Park in Dundas Town. An original enrollment number of eleven teams in three …

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Vacation Bible School Held at Spring City

Members of United States religious groups often visit Abaco to participate in religious teachings and Bible study, as well as helping to oversee camps for children. One such group, from a non-denominational Church of Christ from Corpus Christi, Texas, visited Abaco July 11-14 to help run a camp for children …

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Rangers Join “Heal our Land” for Youth Rally March

The first event of Independence Day celebrations in Marsh Harbour was a march on Don Mackay Blvd, which included two youth groups, their leaders, and chaperones. The group gathered in front of Commonwealth Bank on Saturday, July 9, to walk to the BAIC Park, where several events, including performances and …

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Camp Abaco Offers Three Weeks of Fun

Camp Abaco, located a few miles South of Marsh Harbour, often caters to large groups of children, both local and from other islands of the archipelago. These camps are not only for camps held in the summer, but also throughout the year. The Summer Camp starting on July 4 is …

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FHA Interact Club Donates E-Readers to Children’s Home

  The Interact Club of Forest Heights, which is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Abaco, made a donation to the Ranfurly Homes for Children. The Club donated a grand total of twenty eight Kindle Fires for the orphans.  

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Bahamas Plastic Camp Studies Global Impacts

The Bahamas Plastic Camp, created and instructed by Kristal Ambrose, a young Bahamian obtaining her degree in Environmental Science at Gannon University, was held on July 13-14 at Friends of the Environment’s Frank Kenyon Research Centre in Marsh Harbour. During those two days, the participants—all teenagers—learned about the local and …

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SeaHunter Donates to ERLS

The Elbow Reef Lighthouse Society (ERLS) is thanking Eddie Leon and the SeaHunter group for approaching the ERLS with a kind donation and for further trying to turn a negative into a positive. The teenagers who damaged the lighthouse last July were guests on one of the SeaHunter boats, not …

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Champion of Bahamian Culture and Artist Behind Green Turtle Sculpture Garden Passes Away

Bahamians lost a champion of their national history and culture with the passing of James Mastin (pictured right) in Miami, Florida on Sunday, July 24. Born in South Dakota, Mastin was a classically trained artist, sculptor, singer and actor. His decades-long relationship with the Bahamas resulted from a chance meeting …

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