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The Me Project Founder Hosts Dream Board Event

In conjunction with The Gift of #Me, Jossette Beadle, founder of The Me Project, organized a Cupcakes, Convo and Dream Board Party event at the Dundas Town Burial Society Hall on June 23. The theme of the event was “Dare to Dream.” According to Beadle, the event was designed to …

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RBPF Launches Police Summer Camp

The Royal Bahamas Police Force’s (RBPF) Abaco Division is hosting its Police Summer Camp 2018, and commenced with a soft opening ceremony on Monday, June 25, at Friendship Tabernacle, under the theme: “Igniting the Dreams of our Children.” The camp itself began on June 26 and will run a course …

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Students Graduate from BMCC Programme

The Bahamas Maritime Cadet Corps (BMCC) Graduation Ceremony for Abaco cadets was held on June 14 at St. Andrew’s Methodist Church Hall. Six students from S.C. Bootle High School made up the 2018 graduating class: Brianna Russell; Eulian DeGregory; Kennedy Curry; Keishon Daziel; Kurran Sands; and Vesi Ernest. Serving as …

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“Destiny Awaits” St Francis Graduates

Under the theme “Expect the Unexpected – Our Destiny Awaits,” twenty students from St Francis de Sales Catholic School graduated on Jun 8, 2018. Among them, the Valedictorian Ashanti Miller and the Salutatorian, Tianna McIntosh. They made their formal entrance watched by parents, faculty members and officials including the Director …

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FHA Grads Reflect Before Final Leap

Forest Heights Academy held their graduation ceremony on June 13 at 7pm at New Vision Ministries sending off twenty-four young adults to seek their future under the theme “A look back before we leap.” After an opening prayer by Grace Swing, Brianna Sweeting handled opening remarks noting how rough the …

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Walker’s Cay Owners Pledge and Deliver Tablets to Students

Carl and Gigi Allen, Texas Philanthropists, continue their commitment to empowering Bahamian students by ensuring they have access to the latest, cutting-edge educational technology.  The Allens are leading the way and building on their long-term commitment to advancing educational opportunities. During a stop at the Grand Cay All Ages School …

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ECC Graduates Ready to Make Their Mark on the World

The 2018 Every Child Counts graduating class took their leap into the world on June 8 at St Francis de Sales Catholic Church. Twenty students participated in their Commencement Exercises in the morning and at 6pm seven students graduated in a joyous ceremony held under the theme “We are ready …

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St. Francis Honours Retiring Teacher

As she walked up the steps to St Francis Catholic Church in the morning of June 18, Hazel Lorene was greeted by students lining each side of the stairs. As she climbed up, each of them handed her a red rose. Smiling, she stopped to thank them with a kiss …

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Marsh Harbour School of Dance Performs ‘Annie’

Once again, Mrs. Elaine Pilon and her students of the Marsh Harbour School of Dance have delighted the audience with another first-rate show. The performance of Annie at the Grace Gym on Saturday, June 9 was the sixth in their lineup of performances over the years, others of which have …

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Junkanoo Committee Presents Cheques to Participants

The Abaco Junkanoo Committee presented cheques to all participants of the 2018 Love Rush Junkanoo Parades which were held on February 23 and 24 in both the Junior and Adult categories. Committee head, William ‘Tony’ Davis, said that as next year approaches it will mark 20 years of his chairmanship, …

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