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August, 2018

  • 3 August

    ICCD Sign Language Camp: A Ministry to Reach the Deaf for Christ

    The annual Sign Language Camp facilitated by the International Christian Centers for the Deaf (ICCD) commenced at Agape Christian School’s Grace Gym from July 23 to July 27. This year’s theme was: “Love God; Love People.” A familiar face on the island, Kayla Rohr, ICCD’s Missionary-Bahamas Coordinator and Sign Language …

September, 2016

  • 29 September

    Sandy Point Youngsters Enjoy Swimming and Basketball Camps

    On July 15-16, a swimming camp was held by Local Government from the Sandy Point Township, led by Mancer Roberts, who is involved in the Abaco Swimming Club, and his two sons and daughter.

August, 2016

  • 10 August

    Whale Camp Concludes in Sandy Point

    The Bahamas Marine Mammal Research Organisation (BMMRO) located in Sandy Point, Abaco conducted its annual whale camp in July. During two weeks in July, ten young Bahamians who all share an interest in marine life attended camp at BMMRO. The campers were a mixture of Bahamian students representing public and …

July, 2015

  • 16 July

    Sustainability Camp Held in Sandy Point for Five Days

    Approximately thirty Sandy Point children ranging in age from four to sixteen received lessons in sustainability during a five day camp monitored by a group of young adults.

August, 2013

  • 16 August

    Creative Summer Arts Camp offered to three communities

    The first Creative Summer Arts Camp was held on July 15-19 in Marsh Harbour at the Island Waves Cultural Centre; the second camp was offered to Treasure Cay from July 29 to Aug. 2 at Headstart Academy; and the final one took place from Aug.12-16 in Sandy Point at James A. Pinder Primary School. The camp was offered at no cost and was open to children between the ages of five to 12 years old.

May, 2013

  • 30 May

    Camp Abaco to start in July

    School will soon be out, summer fun will begin and young people will need some wholesome activities to occupy their time. Camp Abaco is ready, once again, to welcome young people to its great, Christ-centred youth experience. Camp Abaco is situated in a safe and secure environment three miles south of Marsh Harbour, amidst beautiful natural and tranquil surroundings with a private beach. Its amenities include a large cafeteria, chapel on the hill, separate dormitories for boys and girls, basketball /volleyball courts and playing field for games such as softball and soccer. A new addition for this year includes a large outdoor movie screen for ‘Movie night Under the Stars’.

August, 2012

  • 31 August

    Third Jeffrey Rodgers Basketball Camp teaches skills and discipline

    For the third time Coach Jeffrey Rodgers came to Marsh Harbour to share his knowledge of the game with the local children. Coach Rodgers recently celebrated his twenty fifth anniversary of teaching basketball summer camps in Nassau as well as on other islands of the Caribbean.

  • 12 August

    Yearly Golf Camp at the Abaco Club at Winding Bay

    The fourth annual golf camp, sponsored by the Abaco Club at Winding Bay, took place the week of July 23-28. Fourteen young people from Abaco eagerly participated in the five day program. Apart from three or four new recruits most in attendance were returning participants who had enjoyed the teaching of previous years. The cookies distributed at the end of each session added to the excitement as well.

July, 2012

  • 27 July

    Churches Partner to Offer VBS at Grace Gym

    Through a partnership with Marsh Harbour Gospel Chapel and Newton Baptist Church, which is based in Alabama, a Vacation Bible School was held from July 16-20 at Grace Gym. The VBS took on an Incrediworld Amazement Park theme where children experienced “a thrill ride through God’s Creation.” Kerry Brackett and Alyssa Johnson of Newton Baptist Church’s mission team were among 18 other members, and they expressed that it is their first time coming to The Bahamas. Although the Newton mission team planned to depart on July 19, members from Marsh Harbour Gospel Chapel continued the VBS until that Friday.