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Rotary Donates to BMMRO for Whale Camp

The Rotary Club of Abaco made a donation to the Bahamas Marine Mammal Research Organization to assist with Whale Camp 2016. Left to right Valerie Dean; Dr. Diane Claridge, Executive Director; Dr. Charlotte Dunn, President and Charles Carey, President RCOA.

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Trash-A-Thon Removes Over 100 Bags of Garbage From Streets

On Saturday May 28, MOWY Fitness hosted their 2nd Great Abaco Trash-A-Thon, an event created to help clean up the islands and to promote exercise. With over 30 participants and three teams, the Trash-A-Thon was a success.

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Spot Reduction is a Myth

I hear it all the time. “How can I lose weight from my stomach?” “How can I reduce my love handles?” “I want to lose weight in my thighs.” “I’m okay with my body except for my [fill in the blank]. How do I lose that?”

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Young Art Prodigy Surprised with Recognition Ceremony at Workplace

On May 2, 2016 Eric Sands received a major surprise at his workplace. At 2pm, a crowd of family, friends, old Abaco Central High schoolmates and representatives of the Ministry of Education stunned him as they came into Abaco Groceries in Marsh Harbour.

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Abaco Graduate Encouraging Socially Responsible Start-Ups from Students

On April 19, Carl Archer, a Bahamian who graduated from Saint Mary’s University Sobey School of Business, and a colleague of his, Ali Algermozi, visited Abaco Central High School to make a presentation to the seniors on how to become entrepreneurs.

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Potcake Picture to Premier

The highly anticipated Potcake documentary, ‘It’s A Potcake Life,’ filmed and produced by New York producer, Evelyn Vaccaro of Vaccaro Creative Productions, and co-produced by Angie Pattusch of North Abaco Potcake Rescue, with an original music score by classical pianists Stephen and Kristina Segarra, has reached completion. A special screening event will be held under the stars at The Abaco Inn on May 15, 2016 at 8pm.

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Evangelist Rex Major Launches Book, Holds Reunion

Evangelist Rex Major was on Abaco last month for the launch of his new book: “March on to Glory and To God: Bahamian prophet speaks to his young nation.”

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Artist Explores Beauty, Peace, Joy and Happiness through Paint, Photography and Architecture

There is always something interesting happening in Hope Town, from art retreats to regattas to summer camps for kids. Photography Artist Monty Knowles recently landed and fell in love with Hope Town and its people, and both residents and visitors are quickly becoming his canvases. His body paintings are a reflection of their inner beauty that he sees in each of his models.

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Forest Heights Team Takes Model UN Top Spot in Nassau

The winning team for BAHMUN 2016 is Forest Heights Academy.

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Sweat it Out: Eating Healthy on a Budget

Most people convince themselves they cannot afford to eat healthy. It can be a challenge. And it can seem like a lot of money. But it does not have to be as expensive as we make ourselves believe.

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