Overflow parking and back to back ferries on New Year’s Day indicated a record crowd in Green Turtle Cay to enjoy the settlement’s Junkanoo Parade.
Pickle Ball is a game that has taken off across North America in recent years. A sort of hybrid between paddle ball and tennis played with a wiffle ball, it is a fun game and a great way to exercise.
In response to concerns outlined in a town meeting in Green Turtle Cay in late November with North Abaco Member of Parliament Renardo Curry, a technical crew from the Ministry of Works evaluated the scope of works for road repaving with work expected to begin early in 2016.
The second leg of the 2015 Bahamas Billfish Championship recently wrapped up down in rustic Green Turtle Cay in the Abacos and it was a great fishing tournament, not to mention a good time!
Please allow me to express my concerns on the deteriorating conditions of Green Turtle Cay.
The Green Turtle Cay Council received a satisfactory compromise after making a stand when they learned that the Royal Bahamas Police Force’s only vehicle on the island was about to be relocated with no replacement in sight.
During his visit to Abaco on October 22 the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works and Urban Renewal visited Green Turtle Cay to “have a look at the infrastructure there and to put that on the radar and on the drawing board.”
The Flag-Football season resumed on September 27 with six games hosted by last year’s champions, the Green Turtle Cay Falcons. They were competing against the Man O War Makos whom they defeated in all three age categories.
In his presentation to the audience at the Abaco Business Outlook 2014, North Abaco Administrator Neil Campbell reiterated that the business outlook for North Abaco, Green Turtle Cay and Grand Cay “is good.”
For the sixth year in a row, avid lionfish hunters on Green Turtle Cay set out at the crack of dawn on June 28th to participate in the world’s longest running lionfish derby. Conditions on the water could not have been better as the teams removed invasive lionfish from the Sea of Abaco on June 28.