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Angels Academy Carnival a Success

Angels Academy had a great turnout for their School Carnival on October 18. Games, food, face-painting and a bouncy castle were the highlights of the event. Faculty and staff were particularly pleased that they had more people from the wider community attend the carnival this year.

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MacGyver Club at SC Bootle Promotes Skill Learning and Service

Under the guidance of Carpentry Teacher, Gavin Daziel, and Principal Huel Moss, four S. C. Bootle High School students have been charged with the task of assisting with basic repairs and maintenance around the school.

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K-Kids Make Cheque Presentation to Abaco Cancer Society

The staff and administration of Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS) partnered with K-Kids, the Kiwanis Club's Youth arm, to raise funds for the Abaco Cancer Society.

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Hope Town Holds Coastal Clean-Up

Through the collaborative efforts of Hope Town Primary School, the Methodist Youth Ministry and Concerned Citizens Watch (C.C.W.), over forty community members of all ages met on Saturday September 20, for an island wide clean-up of Elbow Cay.

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Treasure Cay Primary School Receives Sports Equipment from Treasure Cay Ltd

During the morning of October 10, all Treasure Cay Primary School students and their teachers assembled in the school yard to receive sporting equipment brought over by Stephen Kappeler and Paula Morley, Manager and Assistant-Manager of Treasure Cay Resort & Marina and Golf Club.

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Interact Clubs Engage in Coastal Cleanups

The Interact Clubs of St Francis de Sales and Forest Heights Academy took part in Coastal Cleanup Month. The two clubs decided to tackle two areas on Abaco that they deemed needed a cleanup.

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Abaco Christian Council, Dept. of Education Hold Back to School Church Service

The Abaco Christian Council partnered with the Department of Education to present a Back to School Church Service at Friendship Tabernacle Church on Sept. 26. Bishop Cedric Bullard, 1st Vice President of the Abaco Christian Council, was the moderator.

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Youth Ambassadors Address Needs of the Disabled in Bahamian Society

On September 24, representatives of the Youth Ambassadors Program held a meeting with various community stakeholders regarding disabled persons in Abaco and The Bahamas.

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CHEC prepares 200 Abaco students for back to school

More than 200 local Abaco school children received bags, books and other supplies to prepare them for Back to School through a joint collaboration between government and China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC).

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Murphy Town Students Supplied for School

Despite the rain that delayed the planned distribution of many boxes of school supplies, MP for North Abaco, Renardo Curry, kept his appointment with the children of the community. The supplies had been donated by many generous sponsors.

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