By Bishop Ken Carroll The Crown Haven Community Park came alive on the evening of Tuesday, July 26, as over 25 Abaconian boys took center court at the Summer Youth Basketball Fun Tournament. Bishop Ken Carroll, Urban Renewal 2.0 Crown Haven Community Center Manager, tossed the basketball in the air …
June 1 marks the beginning of hurricane season. With this, efforts to prepare are needed. The Bahamas Red Cross is one group that undertakes training and preparation for hurricanes in Abaco. They partnered this year with Urban Renewal 2.0 Crown Haven Community Center.
Based upon bringing a global economic change to the settlements of North Abaco with a diversity of programs and infrastructural developments, the new North Abaco Local Government Board, under the leadership of district council Steve Pedician, put the wheels in motion to achieve its policies. After the township meeting that was held on April 23, Chairperson Sandra Lee Parker in an interview said that many reports came to her office concerning the Wood Cay Dock whose residents were concerned about the safety of the structure after being damaged during Hurricane Sandy in 2007.
Abaconians flocked to the Government Dock in Crown Haven to welcome the new ferry service in to Freeport.
July 15, 2014, marks one year since the Urban Renewal 2.0 Crown Haven Community Center opened its doors. Deputy Director Michelle Reckley, and a contingent from the Urban Renewal 2.0 Center Office – Freeport, Grand Bahama (Omes Lightbourne, Kylon Vincent and Anthony Vega) paid a courtesy call on the North Abaco center to evaluate the work of those employed at the center.
Continuing the development of neighborhood programs and community-building, Crown Haven’s Urban Renewal Center pushes forward with their clean-up campaign. The “Cleanliness Next to Godliness” group (CNG), was formed earlier this year to keep the small North Abaco community free of trash.