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Agape Christian School Graduates Refuse to be Average

Parents and academic staff of Agape Christian School recognized the achievements of the class of 2015 graduates during a commencement exercise held in the evening of May 30.

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1,062 Lionfish Caught During Derby

The 2015 Central Abaco Lionfish Derby removed 1,062 lionfish from Abaco waters. Lionfish are an aggressively invasive species to The Bahamas that negatively impact the ecosystem. The awards dinner was held May 30 at the Jib Room in Marsh Harbour. Several lionfish dishes were prepared and served at the dinner including lionfish dip.

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Ryerson University Students Participate at ECC

This is the fifth year that Professor Jean Golden of the Sociology Department at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada, has brought a group of students from Ryerson to conduct programmes and participate in the life of Every Child Counts School. These programmes benefit both the Ryerson and Every Child Counts students. While the university students bring down programs which they have planned for the children they always say that they learn as much from the ECC children as the children learn from them.

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New Hope Town School Choir

The newly formed Hope Town School Choir held its first “Spring Singsation” at the Hope Town Primary School in April of this year.

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Police Give Anti-Bullying Talk to Angels Academy Students

On May 20, the Police Superintendent, accompanied by two of his fellow officer, visited Angels Academy school in Marsh Harbour.

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Abaco Students Recognized at Student of the Year Ceremony

Several Abaco students were among the top primary school children recognized at the Nineteenth Annual Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Awards Ceremony in New Providence on May 22 and 23 at Golden Gates World Outreach Ministries where the best and brightest in The Bahamas were honoured.

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Conference in Man-O-War Invites Missionaries

The 23rd Annual Missions Conference at New Life Bible Church on Man-O-War Cay was held May 13-17. The theme this year was “Make Me a Witness.” Different missionaries were invited to share their ministries and how God is working in their lives. Ron Hamme, first pastor of New Life Bible Church, and his wife Denise have been missionaries in Guyana, Haiti and for the past 15 years have been working in Thailand.

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Man-O-War Artisans Expo Features a Slice of Island Life

A few years back, an Art Exhibition was held on Man O War for local artists. This year, people pressured the organizers to host it again. And, so, craft tables were set up on May 2. Locals and visitors alike explored the different talents that Man O War has to offer.

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Teachers’ Appreciation at SC Bootle

Students of S. C. Bootle High School along with several parents took the time out on May 4 during a special assembly to say a special thank you to their hard working and caring teachers.

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James A. Pinder Primary Celebrates Their Student of the Year

Despite the extremely inclement weather on the morning of May 5, students, teachers, local government officials and community well-wishers made their way to the Anglican Church of St Martin at Sandy Point for a special assembly to honour the James A. Pinder Primary School Student of the Year, Florence Burrows. Once everyone was seated, Florence made her walk of honour to the front of the church where she received many accolades throughout the programme.

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