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St. Francis Relaunches Annual Steak Out, Fair Fundraiser

April 28 was ground breaking for St. Francis de Sales Catholic School as the school re-launched its Annual Steak Out, Raffle and Fair. Under the driving force of Mrs. Leandra Kelly-Adderley, Principal; Ms. Kelly Albury, PTA president; and Mr. Elmer Bongon, senior master, the fair was deemed a success. Traditional …

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Cherokee Shell Museum Continues to Share Mother Nature’s Handiwork

A whole year has passed since Cherokee Sound opened their sea shell museum, Gifts From The Sea on the 15th of April, 2017. The attraction has proven very popular with visitors to our island. They are amazed at the many different sea shells the museum houses. Visitors come to our …

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Kirk of the Pines Raises Funds with Uplifting Concert

The Kirk of the Pines was proud to present its inaugural Concert of Inspirational and Contemporary Music in its beautiful new sanctuary on April 7, 2018. The large audience certainly showed their appreciation for this evening of enjoyable music and fellowship. Following a welcome by Kirk of the Pines Pastor, …

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Treasure Cay Island Market Place Closes Season with Great Attendance

April 7 was the date of the last Treasure Cay Island Market Place for the season. The twenty-plus vendors were blessed that day with perfect, sunny weather that helped bring out quite a crowd of visitors. At each of monthly events, browsers and buyers could be surprised with the addition …

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Grand Bahama Naturalist Relocates Practice to Abaco

Born Rupert DeGregory Moss now subsequently known as Dr. Roopi Moss Selah See I, the family doctor, naturalist and herbalist has introduced a novel technique research using stem cell treatments to treat his patients. Formerly stationed in Grand Bahama at the ABC Holistic Healthy World, Dr. Roopi now offers his …

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SFDS Students Assist Mudd Fire Victims

Sunday, January 28, 2018 is a day the residents of The Mudd, Abaco will not soon forget as many of their lives were completely turned upside down when a fire destroyed some 55 homes in that Haitian community. St. Francis de Sales Catholic School were among those to render assistance …

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Social Services Parade Highlights Child Protection

By Canishka Alexander The Department of Social Services held its Annual Child Protection Month Banner Competition and Parade on April 20. The theme was: “We Care, We Share – Prevent Child Abuse.” Banners were judged before students took part in a parade, which started at the Dove Plaza in downtown …

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BOSF Ceremony Recognizes Outstanding Students

The 14th Annual Bahamas Outstanding Students Foundation (BOSF) Ceremony was held at Agape Christian School’s Grace Gym on April 13. Under the theme, “Keep Your Eyes on the Prize,” approximately 200 students from private and government schools in the Abaco district were recognized for their academic and athletic accomplishments. Master …

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Cherokee Fundraiser a Rousing Success

There is an old Bahamian song that Michael Bethel paraphrased to describe the success of the Medical Fund Raiser for Ms. Vashti Albury held on March 31 in Cherokee Sound: “Say What You Like, Do What You Like, but you can’t beat the folks in Cherokee when it comes to …

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Abaco’s Underwater Caves Coming to IMAX

Filming of Abaco’s beautiful underwater caves will soon be making it to the big screen, literally, as a film crew spent time with Bahamas Underground capturing the hidden beauty of the island’s blue holes for IMAX theaters. Jonathan Bird, who hosts a YouTube series called Jonathan Bird’s Blue World – …

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