Approximately twenty Government Officials, among them the Deputy Prime Minister, the Hon. Philip “Brave” Davis, who is also the Minister of Works, and the Minister of Sports, Youth and Culture, the Hon. Daniel Johnson, arrived on Abaco from Nassau the morning of September 16.
In the latter part of July, a partnership to benefit the future athletes of Abaco was forged particularly for those of Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS). A long time coming, the Dundas Town Local Government Committee along with the administration, staff, students, parents, the PTA Board of CAPS and a …
It is easy to get caught up in the big-time politics of our country. To weigh the failures or praise the wins, to condemn the arrogant missteps or embrace the benefit of the doubt, to be swept up in your party’s rhetoric or prognosticate the future (grim or rose-coloured). There is certainly both time and place to contend with big politics – there has certainly been enough ink spilled in this column detailing those issues.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works and Urban Development, Philip Davis, and Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture, Dr. Daniel Johnson, led a town meeting at Greater Bethel Native Baptist Church on January 25 outlining the government’s plans for comprehensive infrastructure upgrades on Moore’s Island.
The Abaco Youth Football Association (AYFA) youth football action continued on October 10 after games were cancelled the previous weekend due to the Hurricane Warning Abaco was under from Hurricane Joaquin, as Green Turtle Cay hosted Cooper’s Town and Hope Town. In the opening game of the day the Cooper’s …
Marques Williams recently announced that the soft launch for the Next Phenom sports social media network will be held next week on Thanksgiving Day – Nov. 27.
With the view to ensure Abaco and other family islands are equipped with the necessary facilities to prepare their athletes for the soon to be revitalized Bahama Games, Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture, Dr. Daniel Johnson said that work will commence right away on the promised sporting complex in Central Abaco.
Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture (MYSC) the Hon. Daniel Johnson met with various stakeholders to “put the final touches on the Abaco sports facilities project” for both Murphy Town and Moors Island, announcing that ground will be broken in May 2014.
Abacom United won the Knockout Cup 5-3 against the Treasure Cay Heat after a tight game that ended in overtime and penalty kicks. The final of the Knockout Cup took place Sunday, May 19 at the Murphy Town Park. It was a tight game between the Treasure Cay Heat and Abacom United. No one knew how the match would conclude until the very end of the game as the final minutes ticked away. In principle Abacom United was the favorite, but Heat defended their position. They were playing to win.
Lilly and Albury Higgs of Hope Town posted golden results at a recent set of swim meets in Nassau.