The San Pedro Roman Catholic School palapa, which was burnt down during the summer vacation is being re-constructed, through the kind donation of Canary Cove. Mr. Gil Nunez, employee at Canary Cove, spoke to The San Pedro Sun of the project; “The owner of Canary Cove has built his dream home here on the island. He spends a third of his time here and just wants to give back to the community”.
As a result, Canary Cove has undertaken two projects at SPRCS. The first is the re-construction of the palapa. The palapa, which in the past was made from pimiento and thatch, was very susceptible to fire. As a result, after consultation with the SPRCS administration, it was decided that this time around, the structure should have zinc roofing.
The team responsible for the construction will create a zinc roof complete with insulation and a ceiling to absorb some of the tropical heat that San Pedro enjoys nearly year-round. Click here
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