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ACH Students Begin Baking Battle

Abaco Central High School (ACH) Teacher Ruby Rolle spearheaded a Baking Competition dubbed “Battle of the Cakes” at the school on Feb. 25. Although the competition was open to the entire school, only 10th grade students participated.

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‘The 10,000 Things’ Exhibition Set for March

On March 5th, Bliss Coffee House hosts their first art exhibition, featuring new work of artist and owner Leanne Russell.

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BIBT Donates Laptops to ACH

The Bahamas Institute of Business & Technology (Formerly known as the Success Center for Extended Studies) that has been offering Associate Degree Courses on Abaco for the last several years, donated two laptops to Mr. Ricardo Ferguson, Principal of Abaco Central High School, as an expression of gratitude for the use of the campus.

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Reef Ball Supports Environmental Education

Friends of the Environment held their annual series of Reef Balls in Hope Town on February 6 and Marsh Harbour on February 20. The events featured live and silent auctions, gourmet dinner, and music by Suppa Time (Hope Town) and Fire & The Goat Peppers (Marsh Harbour.)

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Students Tour North Abaco Port

China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) continues to carry out community activities in North Abaco including providing Mandarin classes as well as being open to public tours of the site.

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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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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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