Bachelorettes Take Party To The Bahamas Despite Dorian Hurricane Dorian recently devastated the country, but a Georgia woman's bachelorette party was already planned. They used the opportunity to take donated supplies to Nassau.
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Bachelorettes Take Party To The Bahamas Despite Dorian

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Bachelorettes Take Party To The Bahamas Despite Dorian

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RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. Rikki Kahley's bachelorette party was all planned. The Georgia woman and her friends were going to the Bahamas over the weekend. You might already be thinking, plans canceled, right? After all, Hurricane Dorian devastated the country recently. But the bridal party took the chance to do some good. Kahley told the BBC they showed up in Nassau with 40 bags of donated supplies. She loved the trip, and the family is already planning to send more donations.

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