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North Abaco MP Disappointed in Memorial Turnout

ABACO, BAHAMAS – Days after the hurricane Dorian memorial on Abaco, one of two Abaco representatives says he was not too happy with the poor attendance, but he says he understands why Abaconians chose not to show up.

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ABACO, BAHAMAS – Days after the hurricane Dorian memorial on Abaco, one of two Abaco representatives says he was not too happy with the poor attendance, but he says he understands why Abaconians chose not to show up.

After a low turnout at the hurricane Dorian memorial service on Thursday, North Abaco Member Of Parliament Kirk Cornish says he’s disappointed.

However, he says he understands the sentiment of his constituents not wanting to relive the horrors of monster storm Dorian.

The memorial service was one of many events held by the Davis administration to commemorate the lives lost during hurricane Dorian.

The ceremony was held at Friendship Tabernacle Church in Dundas Town, Abaco.

While the lower level of the church looked full, an entire section was filled with government officials, the majority of whom flew in for the service.

Three years after the storm battered Abaco and Grand Bahama, both islands are still in the rebuilding process.

The North Abaco MP says he believes the day is worth remembering.

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