I love going to the Abaco Cancer Society Thrift Shop on Saturday mornings. The air-conditioned shop is located behind the Abaco Groceries store on the Airport Road, opens its doors at 10 sharp, and stays open until 1. As you enter you will find books to your right and the …
The Abaco Cancer Society’s Art Show on Green Turtle Cay was a great success. Held at the beautiful Bluff House, the creativity of the artists displaying their work was well supported by a strong showing of support from the community.
Following its 5th Annual “Walk for the Cure” fundraiser last month, CIBC FirstCaribbean distributed an impressive donation of $73,000 among eight local charities.
The proceeds of the Pink Rose Ball that was held on October 22, 2016 were distributed to six recipients during a short ceremony that took place on the morning of November 10 at the Government Complex.
The fog heralded the start of a beautiful morning with a pink hue, as it subdued the colours of the sun rising over the Pine Forest on the way to Little Harbour, Saturday, November 5. Volunteers met early at Pete’s Pub to organize the annual Kayak Challenge, a fundraiser for Friends …
In the spirit of gratitude the Abaco Swim Club presented a check for five hundred dollars to the Abaco Cancer Society from funds that the Club has raised through retail sales, fees from the Open water Swim and other activities
Like many organizations and individuals throughout the country, the minds of Bahamians are attuned to cancer awareness and making a difference.
The Pink Rose Ball Committee, after the successful Pink Rose Ball in October, made several donations earlier this month from the proceeds.
The Pink Rose Ball, now in its third year, was an incredible display of pageantry, festivity and, most importantly, compassion. The Ball, organized annually by the Pink Rose Ball Committee, raises funds for the Abaco Cancer Society.
Abaco Swim Club hosted their 9th Annual Open Swim on Saturday, October 10, 2015 in Marsh Harbour. A triangle course was set up from the Crossing over to Hall’s Point and back. Even in their hot pink swim caps it was hard to see more than a splash from the …