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Kiwanis 2015-2016 SLP Year Begins

On Sept. 25, the Kiwanis Club’s youth arms began a new year of projects. Their first project was the community clean-up of the new airport highway. There were students from Abaco Central High School (ACH), Forest Heights Academy (FHA), Smith’s Memorial and Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS). Neulessa Major, president, …

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Coconut Tree Bay Beautified

A large group of people gathered at Coconut Tree Bay in Murphy Town during the morning of September 18 to participate in a major cleanup. Friends of the Environment coordinated the effort to rid the area of a vast amount of trash that had accumulated over the last couple of years.

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Scotland Cay Residents Support Local Communities

Last October Scotland Cay residents became aware of an outreach program that was being spearheaded by Colin Albury along with the help of Angie Dove. They were reaching out to the communities in Northern Abaco with care packages aimed to help those who could use a little extra something whether it was food supplies, clothing, or even just a visit from some friendly faces.

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MOWY Fitness Organizes Inaugural Trash-A-Thon

Man-O-War Youth Fitness (MOWY) hosted the inaugural Trash-A-Thon on International Cleanup Day, September 19, 2015. Four teams competed from Man-O-War, Hope Town, and Marsh Harbour.

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Pilot Club of Abaco Donates to Moore’s Island Students

The Pilot Club of Abaco, headed by President Margo Dean, donated 56 school bags complete with school supplies to Moore’s Island All Age School.

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Local Boy Organizes Neighbourhood Merchandise Collections for Abaco Cancer Society

Brayden Dam, a ten year old student at Agape Christian School, was looking for a community service to participate in. So he contacted neighbours and friends, asking them for donations for the Abaco Cancer Society.

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North Abaco Organizations Host Back to School Giveaways

Sounds of laughter filled the air as children and parents ran back and forth in an effort to win games at the Annual Back to School Giveaway, hosted by the North Abaco Youth on the Move, in conjunction with God’s Gifted Gems All Girls Club, held at Ingraham’s Park on September 5.

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China Harbor Construction Gives to Students

Schools throughout Abaco are now opened following a brief delay due to tropical storm Erica that was forecasted to hit the Bahamas.

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Abaconians Experience Summer Madness

Abaconians gathered at St. John the Baptist Anglican Church Hall on Saturday, September 26 to attend the James Catalyn & Friends Summer Madness show.

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Students Earn Top Marks in National-Coastal Awareness Committee’s iReport Competition

Abaco placed third overall in the National-Coastal Awareness Committee’s iReport Competition held earlier in the year with two students receiving among top awards in the country.

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