On Saturday May 28, MOWY Fitness hosted their 2nd Great Abaco Trash-A-Thon, an event created to help clean up the islands and to promote exercise. With over 30 participants and three teams, the Trash-A-Thon was a success.
A record number of people attended the 3rd Annual Man-O-War Cay Luau March 19th, 2016 at the Man-O-War Marina. Over 200 boaters, locals, and tourists came from all over Abaco to participate in the fun. Kids ran around with painted faces, won prizes in hula hoop games, competed in grass skirt and limbo contests, enjoyed snow cones, and played in the photo booth.
When Serena Newton from Man-O-War Cay took home two silver medals in swimming for Team Bahamas at the 2015 Special Olympics held in Los Angeles, when the Agape Christian School’s Women's Volleyball Team and the S.C. Bootle’s Men’s Volleyball Team won the 2015 Volleyball National Championships, or simply when parents take to the bleachers to watch their local team play against the rivals, sports bring us together. For these reasons, MOWY Fitness and the local community are working together to provide welcoming venues to host games for all of Abaco to enjoy.
Man-O-War Youth Fitness (MOWY) hosted the inaugural Trash-A-Thon on International Cleanup Day, September 19, 2015. Four teams competed from Man-O-War, Hope Town, and Marsh Harbour.
Man-O-War Cay is a unique island, with a strong sense of community and family values. It is a place where kids can run free and play with no fear. The peace and serenity in Man-O-War (MOW) are rare. Locals work towards preserving their history and trades. Swimming used to be a popular sport, and Noah Albury helped bring it back. He was the first kid from Man-O-War Cay in many years to compete nationally with swimming on the Abaco Swim Club team.