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Will Bethel Fundraiser

Many persons came out in support of a variety of events, which included a fun run/walk, a softball game, a cook out and an auction, held to assist with the ongoing medical expenses of the late Will Bethel. The day’s events began with a walk/run at 7am and featured prizes …

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St John’s Anglican Church Annual Fair

The Anglican Church’s tenth annual fair was held on June 30 in front of the Parish Hall in Marsh Harbour. The fair weather over Marsh Harbour that day allowed people to patronize the event that had attractions for all age groups. The attendance was not as high as in previous …

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Rotary Holds 2012 Turnover Service

The Rotary Club of Abaco held its turnover dinner on June 30. The Jib Room was the venue for the function which attracted many of the club members and their families. Past President, Jo-Ann Bradley passed the torch of power for the year 2012-13 to the new President, Dwayne Wallas. …

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Gomez expected to be ratified July 23

The Free National Movement’s (FNM) National Central Council will meet tonight to ratify the party’s candidate for the North Abaco by-election. Greg Gomez, an educator, is widely regarded as the favorite and is expected to get the nod.

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Man-O-War one of many communities to celebrate Independence Day

As Bahamians celebrated independence on July 10 this year, we remembered as a people an event that united us all in love and service. And, of course, as with any important event in Bahamian history, it would not have been acceptable to let it pass over us without proper celebrations …

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Green Turtle Firefighters organize Steak Out

A Great Steak Cook Out was held on Green Turtle Cay on June 30 at the basketball court adjacent to Miss Emily’s Blue Bee Bar in support of the Green Turtle Cay Fire and Rescue Department. Fire Chief Thomas Sawyer of the Green Turtle Cay Fire and Rescue Department explained …

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Independence Celebration Fun, Run and Walk Race

A small group of people, mostly government employees, took part in the Independence Celebration Fun, Run and Walk Race on July 7, an event aimed at bringing awareness to healthy practices such as exercise and proper diet. The participants were divided into six age categories, from 14 and under to …

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Record Registration for Abaco Myriad Community Center Summer School

Close to one hundred children were registered on July 2 at the Abaco Myriad Community Center Summer School. The summer camp will last until the end of August, but Founder and Director Bekera Taylor said that the facility located where the Lowe’s Pharmacy used to be, will stay open in …

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