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Seniors ace annual Math and Science Competition

Within a week of the Junior Math and Science Competition being held, it was soon time for the senior high school students to showcase their academic skills for their competition on March 21.

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Green Turtle Club hosts ECC fundraiser

Top-of-the-line Italian wines and imported cheeses were the treats offered to the benefactors who attended the Every Child Counts Wine and Cheese fund raising party at the Green Turtle Club on March 15.

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School Support Staff shown appreciation at special ceremony

“Excellence for All…Yes, We Say So!” was the theme expressed at the Support Staff Appreciation Ceremony held on March 13 binding its members to a collective goal with all schools situated within the Department of Education’s Abaco school district.

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Local tattoo artist relies on experience and skill

I had a new and very illuminating experience recently; I made a visit to Stephen Russell’s ‘Cosmic Wave Tattooing and Body Piercing Studio’ to learn more about this highly skilled art form. Many people still think of tattoos as being crude crosses or anchors or names tattooed on the bodies of sailors but this art form has gained in popularity recently and now adorns the bodies of people from all walks of life, many of whom one may be surprised to find have a tattoo.

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Steak Out at Anglican Church raises money

The Anglican Church Men’s group of the St. John the Baptist Church, Marsh Harbour, held its Spring Steakout on March 9 on the grounds of its parish church hall. The Steakout is traditionally held each year for Valentine’s weekend so was originally scheduled for February 9, but since the hall was already booked for another function on that date the following weekend had to be considered.

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Tanisha Charlton chosen as Junior Minister for Abaco

The Junior Minister of Tourism competition took place on March 7 at the Office of the Prime Minister’s Conference Room in the Government Complex. This year’s theme was: “Tourism to the World: I Am Its Voice.”

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Social Services Department makes urgent appeal for foster parents

The month of April is observed as Child Protection Month in The Bahamas. However, every single day, the Department of Social Services welcomes the support of every community for the care of children.

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Bahamian photographer, artist collaborate on Layers Project

Bahamian artists Scharad Lightbourne and Leanne Russell set out on a collaborative project called “Layers” during the month of February as a tribute to the work of renowned Bahamian artists Amos Ferguson, Brent Malone, John Beadle, and Max Taylor.

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Forest Heights receives Green Flag certification as an Eco-Friendly School

Deep Creek Middle School in Eleuthera was the first school to receive Green Flag Certification in The Bahamas and in the Caribbean, and now Forest Heights Academy has joined the ranks.

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Artist Highlight: A Talented Young Musician

Seventeen year old Charles Carey III is a talented young musician looking ahead to a career in music. He felt music running through his blood at a very early age and began drumming at the age of five years with the help of his father, Reverend Charles Carey, Principal of Wesley College, who is also a talented musician.

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