Saturday, August 1, 2009

SACNW needs your help!


In an on-going effort to keep San Pedro Clean and healthy the South Ambergris Caye Neighbourhood Watch in conjunction with the San Pedro Town Council will be conducting a massive clean-up operation on Sunday August 2nd,2009 starting at 7am at the San Pedro water tower opposite Royal Caribbean Resort. The clean-up should take approximately 2 hours and will include the area from Victoria House Hotel south to the end of the island. The clean up will be on the road and the beach. All residents in the area are asked to provide at least one volunteer per residence, condo complex or business to assist with the project. If possible please bring tools such as machete, shovels etc and any vehicles that are appropriate for hauling sacks of trash, logs etc. Be prepared to work and wear sunscreen, mosquito repellent, hat, work gloves, closed toe shoes and appropriate attire. SACNW will provide trash bags and drinking water.

Please come along and join in with the clean up effort, bring a friend and a neighbour – let’s keep San Pedro clean and healthy.

Noche San Pedrana - What a Blast!!

The first of the many fun events for the Costa Maya Festival is definitely Noche San Pedrana. Hosted by the San Pedro Lions Club, this annual event is a night wherein the community at large gets to know the representatives from the various countries, mingle with them and in general have a grand old time.
This year was no different as the delegates got to once more enjoy the warm welcome that Belize is known for. With both a DJ and Rompe Raja Band kicking up the tunes, everyone who attended Noche San Pedrana had a great time. The festivities have begun, and they only get better each day!!
After a lovely dinner and some presentations, the lovely delegates presented the first ever fashion show, showcasing the items of Expressions Boutique, Mambo Chill, Letty's Fashions, MoonDancer Boutique and Sarai's Boutique.
The crowd got to dance and enjoy the company of the very lovely and friendly ladies as well...

Many more photos and video to come...stay tuned to The San Pedro Sun!!