On September 1st Hurricane Dorian made landfall on the small island of Elbow Cay in the Bahamas and hovered over for 30 hours.. With sustained winds of 185 MPH and gusts to 220 along with a 20″ foot storm surge much of the island was devastated. Along with all the destruction the local children have lost their beloved school, Hope Town Primary. Artist Kim Schwede, in conjunction with island resident Hope Schaffer-Colling has created a delightful print “The ABC’S of Hope Town”. We have put together a selection of items with this wonderful print. Many can make wonderful holiday gifts for family and friends. All proceeds after cost will be donated directly to Hope Town Primary School for helping to rebuild or wherever they see fit. Please support the wonderful families who call Hope Town their home and help them to get their school back up and running!!!! A message from the principal of Hope Town Primary School, Justin Higgs. “Hope Town Primary has been the ‘Beacon of Learning’ in Hope Town, Abaco since 1893. Due to hurricane Dorian on September 1st, the school suffered extensive damage that rendered it unusable this year and in need of repairs and re-outfighting of resources. With your help, we intend to shine again! This is a great opportunity to show your support and be part of the school family working together to bring the community back together”.