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DPM Cooper and Minister Moxey open the Pelican Point Coconut Festival, East Grand Bahama

PELICAN POINT, Grand Bahama, The Bahamas — Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism, Investments and Aviation, the Hon. Chester Cooper says the coconut has become a $14 billion industry worldwide. He pointed out that coconut water has become a major industry around the world and has become a part of the healthy lifestyle initiative and the bark of the coconut has been used to make jewelry and other souvenirs. “So, with a festival like the Coconut Fest, Pelican Point and East Grand Bahama can establish its own economy,” said Minister Cooper, during the opening ceremonies for the annual Coconut Festival, which was held on Monday, July 11, 2022, as part of the Independence celebrations. “That’s why festivals like this are important and critical to communities like Pelican Point and...

Organizers gear up for the Coconut Festival, Pelican Point, East Grand Bahama

PELICAN POINT, Grand Bahama, The Bahamas – Organizers are excited for the relaunch of the Pelican Point Coconut Festival after not having it for three years, said Minister for Grand Bahama, the Hon. Ginger Moxey on Thursday, July 7. During a press conference at the festival site, workmen were out in full force to ensure the site ready for the festival on Monday, July 11 – the final event of the Independence celebrations. Minister Moxey said she is excited that the Beautiful Grand Bahama initiative is one that is proving to be successful. The East Grand Bahama team have worked to clear the area and assist in preparing the Pelican Point site for the festival on Monday. Chairman of the Pelican Point Coconut Festival Committee, Cathy Laing said that almost three years ago, the settlement was “...