While the swimming pigs of Abaco at No Name Cay are enjoying increasing fame and receiving the attention of more and more visitors throughout the year a Green Turtle Cay native has taken up the cause of caring for the residents of Piggyville. Craig Russell one of seven children of …
Under the theme “Beautiful, Bountiful and Blessed” the thirteenth Annual Island Roots Heritage Festival (IRHF) in Green Turtle Cay delivered a variety of native foods, music, arts and crafts, games and informative talks, overcoming the weather on May 4 through 6. At the Festival site visitors, both local and from …
Beachcomber Jean Logan of Alexandria, Va. was walking on Ocean Beach in front of the Coco Bay Cottages on Green Turtle Cay on July 14 around 4 p.m. to collect trash when she happened upon a fascinating discovery. Instead of trash, she found treasure. Nestled in the sand was a bottle containing a message from …
The 9th annual Green Turtle Cay Lionfish Derby was held at the Green Turtle Club and Marina on June 23rd and 24th. The event was started by Green Turtle Cay second home owners and Brendal’s Dive Center, and continued with the assistance of Friends of the Environment, as a way to reduce populations of invasive lionfish in Abaco waters.
While residents of most of Abaco are certainly frustrated with recent power outages, residents and guests of Green Turtle Cay are exasperated as they are experiencing excessively longer outages.
He further noted that the scope of works for the Green Turtle Cay road project also included roads in the residential area known as Bethels Subdivision.
Mr. Krebs has taken over the roll as the resort’s Head Chef. An indicator that Chef Dolenn knows his “stuff,” came from the hundred plus folks who sang his praises after he served a delectable, full-flavored Valentine’s Day dinner at his Bluff House debut.
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.
The roads are nowhere near completion and in some instances, the finished road near New Plymouth is already starting to deteriorate with many pot holes being evident, due to the shoddy workmanship.
Finding inspiration in her ancestral home, and in tribute to the men and women that persevered and built a life and community on Green Turtle Cay, Amanda Diedrick has published a book on the early and enduring settlers of the island. Amanda, granddaughter of Lurey (Curry) Albury who was born …