By Marlana Bethel 2017 wrapped up quite nicely for Scotland Cay residents as they worked together to bring Christmas cheer to the North Abaco towns. For the fourth year in a row, Scotland Cay homeowners have worked together to create Santa’s workshop right on Scotland Cay. For weeks leading up …
For the third year in a row, the community of Scotland Cay worked together to create a little extra Christmas cheer for the people in the small towns of North Abaco. In the weeks leading up to Christmas, Scotland Cay was a makeshift “North Pole” (minus the cold, of course). Lists were made and checked twice, just as is the custom of Old Saint Nick. For weeks, presents were wrapped, stockings stuffed, and preparations made for hams and dinners to be purchased and delivered.
By Marlana Maxwell The “Scales for Tails Fishing Tournament” to benefit the Abaco Shelter was hosted by Scotland Cay for the second year in a row. This year’s event was organized by Tournament Chair, Kelly Wissing and Event Organizer, Marlana Bethel. The Tournament kicked off Sunday, July 3 at 6:30 …
For the second year in a row the residents of Scotland Cay were privileged to share their Christmas season with some of the North Abaco residents. This year the Scotland Cay homeowners were well prepared to play Santa's Elves as this was their 6th trip up the North Abaco Shore and have gotten to know some of the residents very well.
Last October Scotland Cay residents became aware of an outreach program that was being spearheaded by Colin Albury along with the help of Angie Dove. They were reaching out to the communities in Northern Abaco with care packages aimed to help those who could use a little extra something whether it was food supplies, clothing, or even just a visit from some friendly faces.