On Saturday, Feb. 6, the Kiwanis Club of Abaco’s President Neulessa Major along with SLP Director Raisa Hamilton, and St. Francis de Sales Builders Club Vice President Petera Major travelled to Man-O-War Cay to install the officers and members of one of their newest K-Kids family – the K-Kids of …
The Kiwanis Club of Abaco organized their 2nd Annual Kindness Challenge in conjunction with The Kids for Peace Organization out of California.
On Sept. 25, the Kiwanis Club’s youth arms began a new year of projects. Their first project was the community clean-up of the new airport highway. There were students from Abaco Central High School (ACH), Forest Heights Academy (FHA), Smith’s Memorial and Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS). Neulessa Major, president, …
The Abaco Community Key Club approached the Kiwanis SLP division to host a prom.
The Bahamas District of Kiwanis held an anti-bullying campaign throughout The Bahamas in various locations where they have Kiwanis organizations.
The Kiwanis Club of Central Abaco’s Key Club organized its first Youth and Leadership Training Conclave on Jan. 31.
The Central Abaco District Council met on November 24 and were informed that their budgets would go back to normal this month with their proper allocations expected to return by the beginning of next year.
The staff and administration of Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS) partnered with K-Kids, the Kiwanis Club's Youth arm, to raise funds for the Abaco Cancer Society.
In a joint effort by students of Central Abaco Primary School, and K-Kids, the youth arm of the Kiwanis Club, funds were raised to support the Abaco Cancer Society (ACS). On Nov. 19, students and staff members presented a $400-cheque to Joanne Bradley, ACS president.