By Bishop Ken Carroll On August 13, 2016, motivational speaker Julie McCafferty (President of the Drift Wood Association and the founder of Miss Abaco Beauty Pageant Committee) brought a few educational and inspirational words to a small group of teenage girls gathered at the Flamanjo Hall- St Chad’s Anglican Church, Fox Town …
Master Motivator Spence Finlayson, Bishop of Motivation, recently conducted a leadership seminar for the ministry leaders of Faith Walk Church of God in Cooper’s Town. The senior pastor of Faith Walk Church of God, Pastor Herbert Edgecombe, said that ‘he was greatly inspired by Mr. Finlayson’s presentation, which was full …
The Abaco Youth Football Association (AYFA) will soon begin its fourth season of youth flag football and new President Rich Roberts is looking forward to some great things as growth is expected to continue. In 2013 AYFA began building a youth mentorship league with just over 120 youth in three …
In an agreement between the Bahamian, Japanese and Chinese Governments, a whaling operation is set to be headquartered at the Chinese-constructed North Abaco Port (NAP) north of Coopers Town. The Bahamas has opened its waters to a billionaire, foreign investor who will bring in Japanese scientists to train Abaconians how to hunt whales.
The Streets of Coopers Town were alive with love and energy this Valentine’s Day as the Royal Bahamas Police Force band performed for an appreciative crowd.
Construction continues on the $38 million North Abaco Port with the majority of labour intensive work set to begin in the new year which will lead to additional jobs for Bahamians.
The three day Tip-Off Basketball Tournament started the evening of June 24 and was scheduled to end on June 27 with championship games. However, bad weather on Friday forced the organizers to cancel the Friday games which were rescheduled on Saturday.
“Youth on the Move,” an organization founded by James “Ernie” Pritchard, dedicated most of Saturday, May 30 to the cleanup of the highway between Fire Road and Cooper’s Town.
The early morning chill did not deter students, staff, parents and the health conscious of S. C. Bootle High School for the five-plus miles walk from the settlement of Black Wood to the school in Cooper’s Town.
About a week after work was stopped at the North Abaco Port project due to “environmental concerns” the Minister of Works and Urban Renewal, Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis toured the site on October 22 noting that he expects work to continue “very soon.”