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Mondays at 6:00 PM
S & V Restaurant
Powerline Road
Marsh Harbour, Abaco AB20212
1st & 3rd Monday. S & V Restaurant, Powerline Road, Marsh Harbour

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Literacy and education are two key focus areas of the Rotary Club of Abaco.  We are interested in pursuing grant funding from the Rotary Foundation for a project that will be meaningful and impact our community in a positive way.  You may remain anonymous if you wish but please give us your best effort.   
We have created an very short 3 minute online survey for educators, students, school admins, anyone involved in youth, education or literacy.  Please take a few quick minutes to complete it for us.
The club is looking to identify a few key areas of greatest need in Abaco to work on a grant project for.  For example a computer lab in a school that doesn't have one.  Or maybe athletic equipment is more important.  I personal thank you for doing this and as does the Rotary Club of Abaco.
Please pass along the survey to your colleagues, fellow educators, parents and students.
the link to the survey is:
Our Interact Clubs at St. Francis de Sales and Forest Heights Academy have begun a public awareness campaign to stop texting a driving! They've been circulating flyers to motorists, on billboards and in the media.
On Monday, March 20, 2017 The Rotary Club of Abaco celebrated thirty years of women in Rotary. More specifically we celebrated OUR women. The Rotary Club of Abaco inducted the first two women Rotarians in the entire Bahamas in 1994. As PP Jo-Ann Bradley noted, while Rotarian men are "Supermen", the lady Rotarians are "Wonder Woman!"

Photo shows a recreation of those in the room that day in 1994: Edward Bostwick, Reg Patterson, Cheryl Key, Debbie Curry, Gentry Morris and George Riviere.
Rotary hosted a Joint Community Service Project with Forest Heights Interact ST Francis Interact on March 18, 2017 to clean up and beautify the Owanta's Pond area in Marsh Harbour. A big "Thank You" to Rotary District 7020 Youth Chair Rema Martin and PP Tanya Woodside for joining us.
The Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) was held in Nassau Feb 24-26 at the Melia Hotel. Over one hundred and fifty students from The Bahamas and the Caribbean attended. Among that group, twenty Abaco students from the two local Interact Clubs as well as three chaperones attended.
Here We GROW Again. An Awesome Addition was added on Feb 20, 2017. Rayette A. McDonald (far right) We are looking forward to doing great projects together!
Ebany Hanna giving her winning speech 'How can Rotary better serve Humanity?' accompanied by her Coach Nadia Kawalram. Ebany, of Forest Heights, was the winner of this year's Hugh Cottis Speech Competition.
On Feb 17 the Club hosted the Annual Hugh Cottis Speech Competition. Pictured: PE Michael C. Knowles with elementary school winner J'Shon Sands; 2nd place Addison Albury & 3rd place Jabez Gibson.
On Jan 28, 2017 the Rotary Club of Abaco held its annual Chalk Art Festival. The Chalk Art Festival is one of the Club’s major fundraisers geared towards its youth programs which include supporting the island’s two Interact Clubs at St. Francis de Sales and Forest Heights Academy.
We are pleased to congratulate our newest members who were inducted today. Ettamae Jones (center left) and Ruth Flowers (center right). The Rotary Club of Abaco is now considered a medium size club! Well done President Valerie and all the members who have sponsored new members in recent months.
We held our annual Golf Tournament in January. Our biggest fundraiser of the year - it was a fun and successful event!
The Rotary Club of Abaco welcomed six new members throughout November 2016. They are (in no order) Tamica Rahming, Melissa Poitier, Elmer Bongon, Robyn Beckles, Gaynell Williams and Stephen Deveaux.
Mrs Ettamae Jones, Officer in Charge of the Dept. Of Social Services speaking on National Women's Week. 'Promoting Women as Equal Partners with Men in National Development'.
Rotary Club of Abaco members are reading to kids across the island today, September 8, 2016, for International Literacy Day . The Club has also donated teacher supplies to schools where they are reading.
The Interact Club of Forest Heights, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Abaco, made a donation to the Ranfurley Homes for Children. Twenty eight Kindles for the children! Donte Richard, FHA Interact Incoming President, made the presentation.