'Ahh thank you very much' Elvis is in the building..
Friday, October 31, 2008
'Ahh thank you very much' Elvis is in the building..
02/11/08 Marshalleck Stad.
4:00PM Benque Viejo DC United vs F.C. Belize
01/11/08 Michael Ashcroft Stad.
7:30PM George Town Ibayani vs Nizhee Corozal
02/11/08 People’s Stad.
4:00PM Suga Boys Juventus vs Belize Defence Force
02/11/08 Ambergris Stadium
2:30PM San Pedro Dolphins vs Ilagulei
Fans cannot miss out on the this monumental game! It's win or GO HOME for the Dolphins!
Top four teams will advance to semi-finals.
Winner A vs Winner D
Winner B vs Winner C
As Mother Nature’s Best Kept Secret, Belize has been given bountiful wonders that just amaze. Whether it is our lush forests, azure waters or smiling faces, many are the unbelievable images captured through the lens of a camera. Readers now have the opportunity to participate in The San Pedro Sun’s annual Take your BEST shot competition. This is the chance for those shutterbugs who enjoy capturing that perfect moment, and to express your creativity through the lens of a camera!
Enjoy the following entries, and do let us know your thoughts:
Rules of Entry:
Amateur photographers only. The entry photograph has to be a shot taken within the Belizean boundaries. When submitting you tell us where the photo was taken. Enter as many pictures as you want. Employees and family members of The San Pedro Sun are not eligible to participate.
Email your photo to email@example.com, send us a printed copy through our snail mail address at P.O. Box 35, San Pedro Town, Belize or drop it off at our office located on Barrier Reef Drive across from the Holiday Hotel.
Thursday, October 30, 2008
On hand for the official swearing-in was Priscilla Banner of the Attorney General’s office who spoke about the legislation and gave a run down of the duties and obligations the Justices of the Peace should uphold. Banner emphasized that the system of Justices of the Peace was the foundation of the Belizean legal system, and urged the new office holders to exercise the functions of their office without fear or favor, affection or ill-will. All eight individuals did this on oath over the sacred Holy Bible.
Banner also encouraged the new Justices of the Peace (JP) to familiarize themselves with their roles as set out in the Justices of the Peace Manual, and pointed out that the new JP’s should seek to cement bonds of fellowship by seeking guidance from fellow Justices of the Peace through the Association of Justices of the Peace. Banner further stated that in the Legislature under the Justice of the Peace Act, the officers have an obligation to the Code of Ethics and should uphold and follow them diligently. Failure to comply would be a breach of the Code of Ethics and would entail legal action. As per the Senior Justices of the Peace, they have in their power to conduct legal marriages which is stated in the Marriage Act of Belize.
These twelve individuals were chosen based on their civic duty and commitment to their communities. Individuals sworn in were: (Senior JP’s) Ruben Gonzalez, Fidel Ancona, Wilfredo Alamilla Jr., Anne Elizabeth Longsworth, Yolanda Parham, and Daniel Guerrero. Whilst Justices of the Peace were: Abelina Heredia, Herman Acosta, Adaleida Gonzalez, Gonzalo Muñoz, Severo Guerrero Jr., and Melita Guerrero.
After the official formalities, Minister Heredia thanked the new Justices of the Peace for accepting their new office of serving the community of San Pedro Town in a voluntary capacity.
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Who: Lalman Logan
What: Security Officer at S A Security Service
Where: Corozal District
When: 5 months ago
Why: To work
Status: Single and looking out
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Press Release – SPAC/WIN-Belize – October 27th, 2008 – In order to bring even more attention and drive to the annual World AIDS Day Solidarity walk, the San Pedro AIDS Commission accepted to merge with the Women’s Issues Network – Belize. Both non-profit organizations will unite on November 30th in commemoration of World AIDS Day. The San Pedro AIDS Commission has for the past eight years been working diligently in San Pedro to bring HIV/AIDS awareness and education to this community. WIN Belize who is also a non-profit organization has been working with issues affecting women in this country including HIV/AIDS. Representatives from both groups agreed to merge with one common cause – bring awareness!
This year, the annual Torch Run that is spearheaded by WIN Belize countrywide will form part of the Solidarity Walk that is also a yearly event in San Pedro. World AIDS Day is being observed under the theme: “Youth Take the Lead” while the Torch Run has as its theme, “Silence has a price.” The Solidarity Walk and Torch Run will culminate with a grand fair held at Central Park. Although in the planning stages, the fair will have various booths, including one which will be carrying out rapid AIDS testing. Tentatively, a Rock Concert is also in the process of being finalized.
Through this medium, both groups are encouraging all schools, businesses and individuals to participate in this endeavor as we march for one common good; to reduce the stigma and discrimination of HIV/AIDS and Gender Based Violence. Join us! Support Us! Make a difference!
Monday, October 27, 2008
Walk like an egyptian..
Friday, October 24, 2008
Many thanks to these dedicated doctors for sharing their time and talents with the children ofHoly Cross. After leaving Holy Cross at mid-day, the Audiologists went to the San Pedro Roman Catholic School to provide the same testing for their students! Kudos to all the teams that visit San Pedro and thanks for the great work!
The BPFL would like to inform teams, fans and the general public that the semi-pro football games have been postponed again for this weekend due to the weather. Another tropical depression is expected to pass through and the fields are still not in good condition for the games
to be played. If you have any questions or concerns feel free to contact
the BPFL office at 207-5217.
Along with the great donation came a very valuable piece of equipment – an x-ray machine.
Project CURE, which stands for Project Commission on Urgent Relief & Equipment, is a non-profit, humanitarian relief organization that collects medical surplus and donates it to developing countries. Since 1987, Project CURE has delivered donated medical supplies and equipment to the most desperately ill and needy people living in more than 100 countries around the world. Project CURE’S International Headquarters is located in Centennial, Colorado. Today, Project C.U.R.E. is run by Founder James Jackson's son, Dr. Douglas Jackson. In the past ten years, the Jackson family, along with a small staff and an army of volunteers has expanded their reach to every corner of the globe. Project C.U.R.E. has worked in over 120 countries and has touched the lives of thousands. With the help of many that have the same passion and commitment to helping those around the world, Project C.U.R.E. continues to deliver health and hope to the world!