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Forest Heights Student Places Third in MLK Essay Contest

Pavel Bailey, a twelfth grade student of Forest Heights Academy, placed third in the country in the United States Embassy’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Essay Contest.

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SC Bootle Hosts Talent Show

“The stars and talent certainly came out! Oh what a fabulous night it was. If you missed it, you missed it,” Principal Huel Moss boasted of S.C. Bootle’s recent talent show.

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Fox Town Preschool Unit Officially Opened

On Friday, March 13, the new Preschool Unit was officially opened in Fox Town. Many turned out for the momentous occasion to experience the historical event at 10:00 am. The Preschool plaque was unveiled by the Hon. Jerome Fitzgerald, Minister of Education, Science and Technology and Mrs. Yolanda Curry – Principal of Fox Town Primary School.

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Angels Academy Observes Commonwealth Day

Commonwealth Day was celebrated in grand style at Angels Academy on March 13, and students of the school took the lead in entertaining the guests with their lively performances during a special assembly.

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J.A. Pinder Primary School Adds Preschool

The James A. Pinder Primary Pre-school in Sandy Point was commissioned on March 12. The opening ceremony began with an opening prayer followed by an outstanding recitation of Proverbs 22:6 by Brenasia Strachan, a pre-schooler.

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Diversification is Key to Jr. Ministers of Tourism

The Jr. Minister of Tourism Competition was held on Abaco March 19 at the Office of the Prime Minister in the Government Complex. The topic students had to present their speeches on was “Diversifying the Tourism Product.” Eight students competed representing five high schools: St. Francis de Sales, Agape Christian School, Forest Heights Academy, Long Bay School and SC Bootle.

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Defence Force Rangers Fun Day Raises Funds for Bus

The Royal Bahamas Defence Force’s Rangers Program organized a Family Fun Day to raise funds for a bus that is needed to transport the participants to various locations on Abaco.

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ECC Raises the Roof

Two benefit concerts for the Every Child Counts School were held on March 5 and 6, the first in Hope Town and the second in the Pavilion at the Abaco Beach Resort. Both musical evenings which featured the voices of ECC students and friends were held under the theme 'Raise the Roof ' and were very well attended. This was certainly a very apt name because the students really did raise the proverbial roof with their exuberant performance and overall great show of enthusiasm.

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Caribbean Youth Environment Network Creating Bahamas Chapter

Accepting the invitation made during the morning assembly by Mrs. d’Shan Maycock, four 11th grade students- three boys and a girl - attended a presentation on the Caribbean Youth Environment Network (CYEN).

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Marsh Harbour School of Dance Performs ‘Frozen’

Students of the Marsh Harbour School of Dance put on two outstanding performances of 'Frozen' at the Grace Gym on March 28. The young singers and actors did a remarkable job. They had obviously worked very hard in their preparation, their lines were perfectly recited, their acting convincing and their singing delightful

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