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Angels Academy hosts school fair

On November 3 Angels Academy, a private kindergarten and elementary school in Marsh Harbour, held their annual school fair. Students, teachers, family and friends stopped by the campus on Front Street to enjoy lunch, games, prizes and treats. The weather held out beautifully as the children played and parents talked about upcoming events.

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Pastor awarded Paul Harris Fellowship

On September 2, a nearly speechless Silbert Mills was awarded the highest honour given by Rotary International, the Paul Harris Fellowship, at the Anniversary Service commemorating his eight years with Friendship Tabernacle Church.

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Catholic director attends St. Francis’ Opening Mass

The message of the cross was shared by Father Roger Madrazo with those gathered at St. Francis de Sales School’s Opening Mass on September 14. Father Roger told his audience that the triumph of the cross is still with us today, and that the cross has as much power as it did when Jesus hung upon it.

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Healthy Lifestyle Classes Offered

The Auskell Fitness Centre has expanded its range of classes to include a Healthy Lifestyle Class. This class takes place on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and is led by Elaine Pilon. Ms. Pilon is a qualified Cardiac Nurse who has worked in Internal Medicine and Cardio in the United States. She is also a certified Yoga instructor and has taught yoga and Pilates classes for many years.

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Customer Service Week: Highlighting the Vital Role of Customer Service

The first week of October is recognized as Customer Service Week. It was established in 1988 by the International Customer Service Organization to raise awareness of the vital role Customer Service plays in successful business. Many businesses take this week to honour employees who have given exemplary customer service.

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Rotary Club continues Owanta’s Pond beautification

On September 22, working between two thunderstorms, phase two of the beautification and repair of the gazebo and bridge over Owanta's Pond took place. The Rotary Club of Abaco replaced missing shingles from the roof, a missing spindle from the front railing and prepped the wood for painting.

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New Date Set for Abaco Christmas Festival

“Christmas in the Bahamas” is this year’s theme for the very popular Abaco Christmas Festival that is slated for Saturday, December 8 from 11:00am – 10:00pm at BAIC Park in Marsh Harbour, Abaco. For the past eight years, the festival committee and the Abaco Tourist Office have brought great enthusiasm and holiday cheer to the Abaco community during the yuletide season by presenting this annual event.

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Eighteen to Graduate from Success Training College this November

The second graduation ceremony for Success Training College’s Abaco Campus is scheduled for November 17, 2012. Under the theme: “Soaring beyond the challenges towards a brighter future,” eighteen students are expected to graduate and they have predicted that their graduation will be bigger and better than the first one. A meeting with the graduating class was held at Abaco Central High School at 2 p.m. on Saturday September 8. Shyrnal Williams and Cleveland Dawkins are the class graduation coordinators. Ms. Williams gave an update on all of the activities leading up to graduation day.

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Victory Tabernacle honours three of its founding members

Three members of Victory Tabernacle Ministry were recently honoured during a service on August 19. According to Pastor Alphonso B. Lewis, senior pastor, the honourees were Deacon David Rolle, Sister Catherine Davis and Evangelist Marjorie McDonald; they were chosen for their outstanding contributions as founding members of the church. Pastor Lewis said that before the first meeting was held to establish Victory Tabernacle, Rolle, Davis and McDonald were already a part of it. Currently, there are 60 plus members at Victory Tabernacle.

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Beauties at Brunch series honours five Abaco women

On August 5, Cia Monet’s Beauties at Brunch series was held under the distinguished patronage of Astrid Stratton at the Great Abaco Beach Resort to honour several prominent women on Abaco. In celebration of 50 years of the Women Suffrage Movement, Stratton was honoured along with Anna Albury; First Lady Carmen Cornish; Wynsome Ferguson; and Quitel Charlton. Stratton was recognized as the first Bahamian female pilot. First Lady Carmen Cornish was honoured for her work in the ministry whereas Wynsome Ferguson was recognized for her work in the Tourism sector. Quitel Charlton was commended for being an intelligent and well-rounded role model in the community.

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