Letters to the Editor
On behalf of the festival committee and all the volunteer workers, I would like to express our gratitude to all the people that attended the four day festival.
Belize’s democracy is young and holds much promise. Democracies are not static; ideally, they evolve as generations change and citizens become more enlightened and empowered to join in the public forum of ideas which eventually fosters a more equitable, just society. At times, however, certain socio-political forces impede a democracy’s natural evolution towards a necessary egalitar
SAGA Humane Society would like to thank to all our entries for Cook-Off Pasta, Attendees, Donors and The Tackle Box Bar & Grill a great event July 20, 2011. Your support, efforts and talents help make our Cook-Offs a success. Proceeds support and benefit SAGA Shelter Animals until they can find Forever Homes.
Through this medium, appreciation is extended to Fr. Daniel Nunez Lemence for his time served as Parish Priest for our San Pedro Community. During his ministry, Fr. Lemence worked tirelessly to improve and include the community he served.
My beloved San Pedro and Caye Caulker,
On Friday the 10th of June, Holy Cross Anglican School pupils participated in a ‘Kindness in the Community’ Speech Writing Contest organised by Be Kind Belize. Be Kind Belize has a number of people to thank and appreciates the opportunity to do so.
Dear Voters,My most sincere thanks to my family, friends and all those that supported and voted for me on June 12. Since Belize Rural South did not accept my honest and sincere offer to represent them I just hope that they don't have to regret my offer when the 2013 elections come.
My dear Friends, June 12 will be the day for us to decide who will be the PUP standard bearer for the 2013 National Elections. Please take in consideration that in order to win the national election we need an experienced, honest, trustworthy and dedicated candidate.
On Thursday, May 12, 2011, Be Kind Belize was proud to celebrate the graduation of 25 children from Standard 2 at Holy Cross Anglican School. All of the students had successfully completed the Be Kind Belize program.
From the Eco-Challenge Committee to the San Pedro Community,
Brian Halliday of “King Of The Island Promotions” and Julian Pacheco of “Blue Wave Promotions” would first of all like to thank Fido’s Restaurant and Bar for hosting the Island Invasion “Easter Edition” event. Special thanks to the owner and manager for giving us the opportunity to bring a well organised show to the island and also all of Fido’s staff for a job well done!
Dear Editor: On behalf of the San Pedro AIDS Commission it gives me great pleasure to extend a heartfelt thank you to all those who in one way or another helped make El Show de las Estrellas del Momento a resounding success. My admiration and thanks to the members who worked hard to ensure the success of this event. I also salute the “friends” of the AIDS Commission who lent a helping hand: Ms. Rosie (Celi’s Deli), Ismael (Holiday Hotel), Ms. Petie, Julio Requena, Lissette Graniel, and Giovannie Reyes (student). Great job guys!
Dear Editor,I find it hard to believe that a country that has so much going for it is contemplating taking money from the cruise lines to let them ruin what you have.Belize is a beautiful country with a great opportunity to exploit its environment without destroying that environment.
Belize Rural SouthToday as I write, it is the most worried that I have been for our Belizean people since the UDP took over government three years ago, with the promises that everything was going to be better NO MATTA WHAT as claimed by Dean Barrow and the UDP!
Saga Humane Society would like to thank everyone for their generous support with our monthly cook-off which was held on March 16th at the Tackle Box Bar & Grill. We raised $1,031.00BZ through tickets, donations and raffle ticket sales.
To Whom It May Concern: It has been brought to the attention of us the residents of Escalante Subdivision that a building and a 120 feet Tower is being planned to be installed in the area. We the residents of this residential area have been threatened by new businesses popping up in the area.
I have not experienced Carnival in Brazil nor Trinidad , two locales that I have heard are massive celebrations, boasting gorgeous costumes and choreographed dancing through the streets. My heart filled with joy when I saw on the US news this week Haitians filled with happiness, able to sway to the sounds of their Caribbean beat for the first time since the earthquake last year.