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Renovations nearly complete for Cherokee Methodist Church

Epworth Methodist Chapel’s mem­bers and adherents in Cherokee Sound re­turned to their newly renovated church on the October 27, 2013 after six full months of repairs to the building. They temporar­ily held services at the W.W. Sands Com­munity Center across the street while the work was being done.

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November is Aviation History Month: a look one of Abaco’s most famous pilots and the legacy of out-island aviation

November is Aviation History Month and so this is a fitting time to honour the memory of Capt Leonard Maurice Thompson after whom the new Marsh Harbour International Airport is to be named. Leonard Thompson was an astute businessman who built up many businesses in Nassau and Abaco but whose passion was always for flying.

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Gospel Singalong Fundraiser Concert held in November

The Gospel Singalong Concert held in the St John the Baptist Anglican Church Parish Hall on November 2 was very much enjoyed by the audience who certainly showed their appreciation. One lady gave it high praise indeed when she described it as; "A concert to end all concerts."

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Sands Sculling Champion repeats

The Sands Man in Boat Championship took place in Treasure Cay, The Abaco this past weekend, and Clayton Bain was once again crowned the Truly Bahamian Sculling Champion. The 2nd annual sculling championship was very successful, with scullers coming from Long Island, Andros, Abaco and Grand Bahama.

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Soberlee designers launch new fashion line

According to Abaconian entrepreneurs, Dakotah Delancy and Leanne Russell, their Soberlee fashion line which focuses on unisex T-shirts emerged from a mixture of fine art and fashion, an avant-garde eye for style, and the precision of makeup artistry. Soberlee is derived from a combination of their children’s names.

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The Esther Network founder honours Abaco women at conference

The Esther Network’s Women’s Empowerment Conference and Honoree Luncheon was unveiled in Treasure Cay on Nov. 8-9. For this year’s conference, Tara Moss, The Esther Network’s founder, chose the theme: Born to Win.

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Angels Academy celebrates Halloween with a costume contest

The morning of October 31 was an exciting one for the students of Angels Academy who, from Pre-K to grade 6, came to school that day dressed in Halloween costumes. The dress up and parade was a fun activity for teachers and students alike. Additionally, small prizes were awarded for costumes.

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Third Annual Angels Academy Carnival excites students

Angels Academy held its third annual fund raising fair from Noon to 4 pm on the first Saturday of November. It was a hot day for the season, but it did not prevent the many people attending the carnival from having a great time.

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Nov 15, 2013 Police Report

At 10:28am on 24th October, 2013, officers of the Central Detective Unit M.H.P.S. acting on information went to an area in Dundas Town, Abaco where they recovered a brown Remington Magnum model shotgun with one live round of shotgun shells. Investigation continues.

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Pink Rose Ball raises funds for breast cancer prevention

On October 26, the Inaugural Pink Rose Ball was held at abaco beach Resort. The event, a breast cancer prevention fundraiser, featured music, dinner, dancing, fashion shows, a silent auction and emotional stories and testimonials from breast cancer survivors. Patrons were encouraged to come dressed either in pink or having a “touch of pink.” The response was a crowd of sharply dressed men and women sporting that international colour for breast cancer awareness.

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