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Lion’s dignitary Joseph Preston visits San Pedro
The San Pedro Lions Club had the distinction of hosting Lions Intermediate Past International Vice President Joseph Preston along with his wife Joni Preston on Monday, July 20th on a one day visit to the island. The purpose of his visit was to see the projects that the San Pedro Lions are involved in, such as the Belize Council for the Visually Impaired (BCVI) clinics.
Upon arrival, a contingent of Lions greeted Vice President Preston at the San Pedro Tropic Air terminal. A lunch reception was then held at the Lions Den where the Vice President had the opportunity to mingle with the local Lions and invited guests. After protocol was established, Deputy Mayor Gary Greif gave his remarks highlighting what the Lions Club has done for the community. He pointed out the progress at the BCVI and the Club’s constant rhythm of service to the community. “I actually met a young kid that loves to play football, but he always had issues playing due to his poor sight. This child was then introduced to the eye clinic program the Lions Club has in San Pedro and now he is one of the best players the island has, thanks to the assistance of the San Pedro Lions Club,” said Greif. He stated that the first line of response to any disaster, either large or small, nationally or internationally, has always been spearheaded by the Lions Club. “I can recall that the largest humanitarian aid from Belize for the flood victims of Tabasco and Chiapas in Mexico was headed by the San Pedro Lions Club. Also, the Haiti relief efforts and help for the 2004 Tsunami victims in Thailand was initiated in Belize by the work of this local Club,” stated Greif. According to Greif, these accomplishments strengthen everyone as club, as a community and as Belizeans. He encourages all local clubs throughout the country to follow the example of San Pedro Lions Club.
10th Belize International Film Festival: La Isla Bonita Telenovela wins Best TV Dramatic Series
The 10th Belize International Film Festival opened on Friday, July 17th and the red carpet was rolled out at Placencia’s Belize Ocean Club. The long awaited festival saw hundreds travel from across Belize and even abroad to attend the main event and enjoy the showcased movies, shorts, documentaries and music videos. The film festival concluded on Sunday, July 19th with the second annual Award Banquet, where the winners of the top films were announced. Taking the top prize in the Best TV Dramatic Series was La Isla Bonita Telenovela, written by The San Pedro Sun’s Dion Vanzen and starring many of our very own islanders!
The Opening Gala was a show of glitz and glamour as everyone made their way to The Shore House at Belize Ocean Club in their finery. The nights events included a cocktail party with an opening performance by Jack Star (Jackie Castillo) followed by the screening of episode one of La Isla Bonita Telenovela. After the screening, organizers welcomed those in attendance before the next film, Half of a Yellow Sun, was screened. Also performing at the opening gala was Verge of Umbra, Jenko, Nello Player and Belize’s Calypso King, Lord Rhaburn. At the end of the night, the official after party with Linda Blease had all in attendance dancing till the wee hours of the morning.
Guatemala opposes construction of Coast Guard Forward Operation Base in Belizean territory
Amidst the impending referendum to determine whether the Belize- Guatemala territorial dispute should be settled once and for all by the International Court of Justice (ICJ), turmoil between both nations continues to grow. With several recent issues, including the grounding of a Guatemalan vessel and an altercation between Guatemala’s Navy and Belize Coast Guard (BCG) personnel, both in Belizean waters, Guatemala continues to assert its claim over Belize and threaten the sovereignty of the nation. The most recent issue involves the construction of the BCG’s Forward Operating Base (FOB) on Sarstoon Island which the Guatemalan Government is now opposing. According to reports, the Guatemalan Government does not want the base to be constructed until the territorial dispute is settled. The construction of the FOB in Sartstoon Island had already been delayed for several years, but the Government of Belize (GOB) had taken steps to start the project this year in order to maintain territorial integrity and security in an area so close to Guatemala. But, Guatemalans do not want this to happen and as such have made several attempts to assert their claim in the area. These attempts include the incident of Thursday, May 28th when Guatemala officials demanded BCG to move from an area they were working on in the Sarstoon Area.
Wayo’s Beach Bar hosts Food Frenzy Monday Madness
On Monday, July 20th, the San Pedro Food Bank (SPFB) and Saga Humane Society joined together for a food drive hosted at Wayo’s Beach Bar. Titled “Food Frenzy Monday Madness”, the aim of the event was to raise funds for both charitable organizations. The fun event included SPFB raffle prizes and silent auctions, as well as great drink specials and much socializing. The turn out was great, and both Saga and the SPFB raised $575 cash, along with a good amount of food for needy families and Saga’s four legged friends. The highlight of the event was the silent auction, which had five entries. Anyone interested was open to bid by just writing inside a folder the amount they wish to bid with. Items up for bid included: “Date night in town” which comprised of a sunset cruise for 2 and $50 gift certificate to Caliente Restaurant, “Explore across the bridge” item which included a $50 certificate from Palapa Bar and Marbucks, plus 24- hour scooter rental from DC Island, “Weekend getaway” including 2 nights stay at AquaVista Beachfront Suites, a $50 gift certificate from Wayo’s and breakfast for 2 at Drita’s Delights, “Date day” comprising of snorkeling trip to Hol Chan for 2 and breakfast or lunch at Island Buzz, and the “Girl’s day” which brought a gift certificate for $55 from Lilikoi, two Belizean Melody paint sessions and a Wild Mango’s gift certificate for $200. The minimum bid for any of the auction items was $10.
La Isla Bonita Telenovela Winner At Belize Film Festival
San Pedro, Ambergris Caye residents were excited and proud when they heard of the announcement that La Isla Bonita Telenovela has won Best TV Dramatic Series over the weekend at the 10th Annual Belize International Film Festival that was held in Placencia at the Belize Ocean Club.
With all the hard work put on by everybody to bring together one immensely entertaining and professional production, it was great to hear that La Isla Bonita Telenovela was honored at this year’s film festival. With a full cast of local actors, the telenovela was a huge success in San Pedro ‘La Isla Bonita’ during production and post launch of the first episode.
Rumors are that production of the telenovela might be picked up, with more film production in the near future; Ambergris Today will keep everybody posted on further developments. Congratulations to Make Belize Films, Mattheiw Klinck and the entire production and staff of La Isla Bonita Telenovela.
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Reading is FUN!!!
We're a few days away from our summer reading camp! Children ages 6-8 are welcomed 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. next week Monday to Friday! Don't forget to come sign up!
Belize Audubon Society partners with BELTRAIDE to improve community development.
BELTRAIDE through the Small Business Development Center (SBDCBelize), has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Belize Audubon Society (BAS) at the Belize Training and Employment Center conference room, solidifying a partnership to assist business located in buffer communities around the protected areas.
The Belize Audubon Society (BAS) is a non-governmental conservation organization working for over 45 years in Belize, focusing on protected areas management, environmental education, advocacy, biodiversity research and monitoring, and community development.
Through the community development and outreach program, communities are engaged in sustainable development initiatives to improve their livelihoods and support conservation. For over 20 years, BAS along with various funders and partners have assisted in building resilient communities through skills training and capacity building in agro-processing, craft making, sustainable fishing, small business development and eco-tourism.
Belize Archives and Records Services
Belize Archives and Records Services takes this opportunity to inform its patrons that the department will be closed on Friday, July 31st and Monday, August 3rd, 2015. This is due to the construction of a second floor and the renovation of the first floor of the building. The demolition of walls and ceilings will produce loud noise and hazardous debris. Given its commitment to continually provide service to the public, the Research Room will be temporarily relocated at the rear of the building as of Tuesday, August 4th until September 30th, 2015. Kindly note that services and access will be limited during this period. We regret any inconvenience caused.
BOLEDO DRAWING for Thursday, July 23, 2015: 19. FANTASY 5: 30 33 35 22 19 K
Third round draw is right around the corner! Go Jaguars!
Corozal District in the Village of Xaibe dancing a traditional Yucatec Maya dance.
Thanks to the Tzul Family for the photo.
Thanks to Silas Hobi
Saying a sad farewell to Silas Hobi, and a huge thank you for volunteering with us over the past six months on the reforestation program at Freshwater creek. You have done a very impressive job on assisting our rangers with creating inventories, and doing data collections on the flora and fauna of Freshwater Creek.
July 12th – July 18th, 2015 Belize Fishing Report
Some great fishing this week with a real international crowd from the US, Canada, Italy, Germany. Weather was pretty good and the fishing was great.
Ecology Project International in the Chiquibul
Ecology Project International undertook their first terrestrial ecology course in the Chiquibul Forest. Students were drawn from Ocean Academy in Caye Caulker and E.P Yorke High School. Hope this will encourage others Belizean students to visit this majestic forest. Thanks Jeremy. Thanks students. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for any bookings.
OW Political Opponents Square Off In Court
In November of last year, the Cervantes family released that infamous phone call on national radio - the one accusing the Deputy Prime Minister Gaspar Vega of masterminding the murder of their patriarch, Ramon Cervantez Sr. Deputy Vega has vehemently denied the allegation - and today he took Ramon Jr - who is also his political opponent - to the Supreme Court to sue him for slander. Vega is also suing the the Briceno family's radio station, Fiesta FM, for libel - since they allegedly broadcasted the live press conference where the allegations were made.
The full hearing began today before Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin.
Vega's attorney, Rodwell Williams opened up by reminding the court that Vega is the holder of high public office as the Deputy Prime Minister, and he is currently the acting Prime Minister.
Williams outlined in his submissions to the court that on in November of 2014, at Mameyal Farm in the Orange Walk District, the Cervantes family released a voice recording of a conversation where a man claiming to be Manuel Castillo, the wanted fugitive in the murder of Ramon Cervantes Sr, alleged that Vega orchestrated Ramon Sr's death. He said the recording makes the allegation that this was a political assassination and that Ramon Sr. was erroneously killed because the attackers were trying to target Ramon Monchie Cervantes. Finally in his submissions, Williams told the court that the recording makes the accusation that the Deputy Prime Minister is a corrupt person, corrupting the police, and that he is a criminal who is engaged in criminal activities.
BEL and Energy Workers Meet With Labour Minister
Today - for the first time since this week started - the Belize Energy Workers did not picket in front of the Company's corporate headquarters. That's because they were headed to Belmopan to meet with the Minister of Labour Godwin Hulse. Hulse has stepped in on behalf of the Labour Department - not as an official mediator but as a go between with executive power working for a tidy and swift compromise.
He met with both sides in Belmopan: management represented by senior executive Sean Fuller in the morning; and the union represented by Marvin Mora in the afternoon. He finished with the unions close to five pm - after a two and a half hour session. Hulse was encouraged and confident a compromise can be reached. He spoke to us via telephone:..
Hon. Godwin Hulse, Minister of Labour
"To bring those issues together, so that we can have an amicable conclusion and wind in a satisfactory agreement to both parties."
"Okay, now is there a timeframe for this ministerial intervention?"
Hon. Godwin Hulse, Minister of Labour
"Yes there is. I have promise the unions that we will get to them by Tuesday. Between now and that time, Tuesday next week, we will be in touch with the management side to discuss the union's position and then we see where it goes from there. But we hope to expedite this process so that this can be resolve in the shortest possible time."
Contraband Bust In San Victor, OW
A Team of Customs personnel, police officers from the Special Patrol Unit, and members of Belize Defense Force, made 2 major contraband busts today at the Belize Mexico Border in the Orange Walk District. It is believed that the illegal items originated from shops and stores in the Mexican community of San Francisco Botes, which is right across the Rio Hondo River.
Acting on information received the law enforcement team visited a an abandoned house in San Victor Village where they discovered about 35 cases of beer, 35 cases of soft drinks, several sacks of assorted vegetables, about 300 sheets of zinc roofing among other items. No one was in the area and so the contraband goods were unloaded and then sent to be destroyed.
Right as the team was transporting the goods, the received intelligence of another contraband operation being carried out. They then set out and intercepted a boat on the river, which smugglers were trying to transport a large cargo of cabbage. The contrabandists escaped, but the vegetables were confiscated.
Seismic Shakeup In Caribbean, But No Tsunami
There have been a series of tremors and an overall increase in seismic activities in the Caribbean this month. Since July 11th over 200 small earthquakes of varying magnitudes have been recorded in the region and as a result of this the second highest warning level has been raised on the undersea Kick 'em Jenny volcano located 5 miles north of Grenada. According to another news site the "Antillean Media Group" high alerts have also raised for St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago. Now the major concern or scare right now is that if the Kick ' em Jenny erupts it could cause a tsunami. But according to researchers that possibility is very low at this stage. We repeat, "very low." Now, how does Belize fit into this picture? Well according to NEMO, the threat to Belize is low, however there are reports a magnitude 4.9 earthquake that hit east of Great Swan Island, Honduras but it's far off the coast about 301 miles away from Belize. It does not present a major concern right now but NEMO will continue to monitor the seismic activities - and so will we.
Cop Convicted and Jailed For Theft
29 Year-old Police Constable Dean Perez is in jail tonight after he was convicted of stealing a man's phone and cash.
It happened around 5:00 a.m. on October 5, 2014 in San Pedro. The complainant, Jose Hernandez, who goes by 2 other names, testified that he was at his apartment when he was awakened by a knock on his door. He said that Perez informed him that he was there to serve a commitment warrant from the court because Hernandez owed arrears for maintenance.
Hernandez said that when he opened the door a police officer in uniform entered and went into his bedroom and took his white cellular phone from off a table in his bedroom. The officer then grabbed an identification folder from his common-law wife, Esmeralda Pat, which contained $600 dollars. Both prosecution witnesses say that after Perez stole from them, he then escorted Hernandez to a police mobile, and took him to the station.
In his defence, Perez took the witness stand and denied that he committed the offence. He said that he was falsely accused as part of an attempt by a higher ranking officer to punish him in a personal vendetta.
Strong Words Flying Around In PUP
What's going to happen next in the PUP? Well there certainly is widespread discontent with the party and that became obvious from an internal email that came across our newsdesk this morning. It is from Jose Pepe Garcia, the Husband of PUP Deputy Leader Dolores Balderamos Garcia. He gripes very openly about a quote "awful letter" written by a standard bearer. He laments that the party is, quote, "shooting ourselves from within." But Garcia boldly calls for a purge. He says, quote, "The PUP tree is shaky, maybe that's why the hierarchy do not want to shake the tree anymore, but I say we must shake until all the rotten apples fall off the PUP tree. Only then we shall probably stop being in opposition and regain our dignity.."
And while Garcia is calling for the rotten apples to be gone, Deputy Leader Julius Espat in a fecebook post today said, quote, "the PUP is poised to form Government with Francis Fonseca as our next Prime Minister." That is a familiar chorus, but certainly not one that everyone in the PUP is singing right about now. And for those who doubt, Espat lays out 5 options for those who oppose what he calls reality. He says they are either:
1. Hard core UDP supporters
2. Agents within the PUP who are financed by the UDP
3. So called leaders who put their self interest above the people they represent
4.Paid political activists in general that oppose any and everything.
5. Those who cannot deal with or refuse to accept Rule of Law, accountability, transparency and Good Governance.
Regional Methodist Women Meet In Belize
Over 350 Methodist women from 20 Caribbean countries traveled to Belize to hold their 6th Quinquennial Assembly under the theme "Bembelela " which means Christ is Our Hope. A service was held in the Kings Room at the Princess Hotel this morning to open this conference. Now while a major part of this assembly is for the women to congregate and worship, there is deeper significance to this meeting. We spoke to the coordinators today and they told us why it is important to fuse prayer into discussions about social issues.
Jennifer Smith, Secretary of the Belize Honduras, MCCA
"What happens when we meet in these assemblies, we set our policies, we have our election of new officers because we elect officers every five years, and we have an inauguration where we make sure that these officers, having been inaugurated are ready for work for the other five years."
"Based on the release, it also said that you guys will be discussing key issues as well, affecting the Caribbean countries."
Jennifer Smith, Secretary of the Belize Honduras, MCCA
"Yes, that is always a big part of the assembly and we try to choose topics that affect the entire Caribbean. For example, one of the topics we have is how our young men, if you've noticed we haven't said young black men, we are saying young men because I think that all our young men, and we want to make sure we say men even though it's a women's organization, are being affected by violence and all the things that are happening to them. So that is one of our issues.
Flavors At Five
Flavors of Belize - in five years since it was first published this book and magazine has become the flagship of culinary culture in Belize. The publication celebrates restaurants and Belziean Cooking, from Rice and Beans to Hudut. Today the publishers celebrated their five year anniversary - noting that a lot has changed in the way food is presented in the tourism industry:..
Jules Vasquez reporting
Flavors of Belize 5th edition celebrates the rise of culinary culture in Belize,
Emaun Hyde, Managing Director
"A polished product that speaks to the totality of the Belizean experience, and project an emerging aesthetic that places the culturally rich in a fitting context." Karen Bevans, BTB Director
"We cannot emphasize enough the fact that culinary tourism tells so much about a destination's history, people and culture."
And that shift towards fetish eyes food photography is big change from five years ago.
Youth Entrepreneurs Try A Thing
In February of this year, we told you about the youth apprenticeship's entrepreneurship program that gave 16 youths a chance create a business of their own. Well, how have they been doing so far? Well a follow up mentorship meeting was held today at the Biltmore to get feedback from them. When we spoke to some of them today, they told us just how good it has been for them and how much this program has changed their life.
UnaMay Gordon, Founder, Institute for sustainable livelihood, leadership and Exchange
"When we launched the program in February for looking really at just getting them to be engaged in employment, find or create employment for themselves. And we provided them with the support of Australian aid, Beltraide, Westrac which is a private sector company here, and Habet and Habet. Up to the level of tools for them to start. This session, which is the second session we are having since February, is a mentorship session where we are bringing those aspiring entrepreneurs with established entrepreneurs, which are clients of Beltraide for some cross fertilization.
Hon. Elrington, The Gathering Storm
Foreign Minister Wilfred Elrington has emerged as one of the most polarizing figures in the national discourse. Whether for his infamous statement about the artificial border or for his recent remarks about automatically going to the ICJ. That latest soundbyte has raised a storm of criticism from activist groups. COLA sent out a release this morning asking of the ICJ, quote, "Has a decision been taken without the knowledge and express will of the Belizean people? Are we going to the ICJ whether we want to or not? COLA insists that the Minister explain very clearly whether this decision has been taken to go to the ICJ without Belizeans' knowledge" end quote. As regards the forward operating base for the Coast Guard on Carstoon Islands, COLA says, quote "His statements have indicated that Belize is unable, unwilling, and incapable to occupy what is ours by default asserting the views of the Guatemalans. If we can't occupy what we own how can we then defend it in court?"
Similarly, Wil Maheia's PNP sent out a statement yesterday calling on the Prime Minister to immediately dismiss Elrington from his post as Minister of Foreign Affairs.
The statement adds, quote, "Mr Elrington's record as a defender of Belizean territorial rights and the security and freedom of Belizean citizens is abysmal. The people have no confidence that Mr. Elrington is now, if he ever was, capable of representing his country in this important post." End quote.
Dara The Doer Of Good Deeds
Grassroots Philanthropist Joel Dara Robinson is holding his 4th annual Ride for Hunger. As viewers may know, it is an initiative to raise money for his feeding program, in which participants sign up and pay a small fee which goes toward a fund to buy food items for needy school children.
This year, however, it is bittersweet for Dara, because slain Amandala Journalist Kareem Clarke will not be there to help promote it or participate in it. He told us today that he has put together some memorabilia in Clarke's honor, which will be a prominent feature of this year's ride. He explained it to us this afternoon:
Joel Dara Robinson - Philanthropist
"I didn't know how and what to do to feel the spirit of Kareem on the ride. I got a vision of the bicycle and went to ask his mom if I could have use his bicycle to ride it. The plan was to ride it but the feeling I got from her house to ride this bicycle wasn't a nice feeling. So I said I had to come up with another idea, I decorated the bicycle and put a picture of Kareem on it. This bicycle is going on the trailer with the music and trucks, this will be right ahead of the ride as my tribute and respect to Kareem. Because you guys in the media, I know you feel it and there's something special about him because its the country that feels for his death. And if we don't continue to touch on his story and bring it up, just like the others, nothing will come out of it and another life will go like that."
Stamp Keeps Community Kids Active
Keeping youths off the street and safe should be a main concern for any community. That is according to Timmy Stamp, a resident of the George Street neighborhood. Living on the Southside of the city in an area surrounded by rival gangs - Stamp sees it as a need to educate the upcoming generation. He has been doing that for the past 8 years with his afterschool program - where he pays trained teachers a stipend to tutor over a hundred students from three different neighborhoods. It is a costly program that is almost impossible to maintain for this hardworking shopkeeper, but he is determined to make a change in his community. Stamp, who is a primary school dropout himself, was once caught up in the gang world and now hopes he can give children in these crime ridden communities a chance to make a change. We caught with him today at his summer program.
If you would like to assist Timmy Stamp's afterschool program, you can find him in his store on Dean Street - exactly between Plues and George Streets.
The I am Belize Profile took few weeks off, but it is back in the news tonight. Tonight's profile features Shemar Rowland, a first form student of Anglican Cathedral College.
He lost his mother at the age of 3, and he has had to battle obstacles in trying to avoid becoming another statistic among the vulnerable at risk youths.
He tells the profile how overcame the loss and how he's worked hard to become one of the top performing scholars in his class:
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