The association also elected four new board members: Severo Guerrero Sr. The fishermen present at the gathering expressed their willingness to work along with the new president and support him in every possible way to make things work for the association.
In return the president committed himself to fully look after the fishermen of Ambergris Caye, but also asked the community and any other organizations to work along with them. We have a lot of energy, my team and I want to come up with new ideas in order to do more compared to what has been done in the past four to five years.
The results of the games played are as follow: Saturday Catrachos 3-1 Peace Makers, San Mateo 3-3 Progresso Boys, Sunday Belize Pro Divers 1-0 Veterans, PSG 6-4 Sky Energy, Searious Warriors 1-0 Ambergris Divers*, Jokers F. *Ambergris Divers teams was disqualified in the match against Searious Warriors after they used a player that was not registered.
Games continue this weekend starting at 7PM sharp at the Honorable Louis Sylvester Sporting Complex. Martins boys win Belize City basketball finals The girls of Holy Cross Anglican School and boys of San Pedro RC School represented la Isla Bonita at the Belize City district primary schools basketball finals, organized by the National Sports Council, at Birds Isle on Wednesday, February 17.
Tionne Paguada tossed in another 6pts, he finished with 8pts; while Robert Stuart added a free throw.
It was an all-city finals in male and female; as the St.
Johns Anglican girls their first loss: 12-13 to win the district championship.
Fruta Bomba to close operations in Belize Agriculture has been heralded as the leading industry in Belize, but in the past year, it has taken a number of hits.
The newly elected members of the San Pedro Fishing Association are: President Enrique Marin, Vice President Roberto Bradley Jr., and Secretary/Treasurer Henry Beissner.
After 22 years operating in the Central American country of Belize, Brooks Tropicals has found it necessary to close its growing and packing operations there, said the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Greg L Smith, of the parent company of Fruta Bomba and Belize Fruit Packers, in a press release.
He went on to further explain that the decision came following economic setbacks from Hurricane Dean in 2007 from which the company never fully recovered.
The team at the Animal Wildlife Clinic is looking forward to releasing her back into the wild as early as next week.
Mayors and Ministers Cup continues The first games for the Mayors and Ministers Cup for the month of February saw many football fans attending the games this past weekend.