Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS) held its Annual Thanksgiving Service on Nov. 23. The theme was: “Give Thanks.” Teacher Simone Pinder introduced Tianna Bootle, head girl, as the moderator. Following the opening prayer by Deputy Head Boy Muhammed Anjum, and the Scripture Reading by Ashley Smith, the pre-school students came …
The Dynamic Dolphin Anchors of S. C. Bootle High School have recently been involved in giving back to the community of Abaco.
Charles Carey Jr. was a part of history in the making this past Thanksgiving.
A Thanksgiving and Recognition Service took place at Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS) on Nov. 27. During the service, Beatrice Charlton was honoured for 41 years of service as an educator.
S.C. Bootle High School held its Annual Thanksgiving and Awards Ceremony on Nov. 28 under the theme: “Empowering Students for a Better Tomorrow.” The ceremony was sponsored by Treasure Cay Beach, Marina and Golf Resort.
As many around the world join hands in giving back to the community and thanking God for the many blessings He has bestowed, Fox Town was no exception. Members of St. Chad Anglican Church under the leadership of Catechist Christopher Russell and members transformed this little church, which is located in the center of the Fox Town Community, as a distribution center of sharing the greatest gift of God which is love.
The Anglican Church Women (A.C.W.) of St. John the Baptist Anglican Church organized their first Thanksgiving Luncheon on November 22. Patrons were served honey glazed ham, roasted turkey, lobster or herb stuffing, vegetable medley, candied yams and pumpkin pie at a cost of $10 per dinner.