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Angels do exist and San Pedro has seen the goodwill of a couple of angels, the owners of Canary Cove, who have helped the community of San Pedro tremendously. Earlier this year they donated a new picnic area and restroom to the San Pedro RC School and on Tuesday, March 20, 2012, the San Pedro Tour Guide Association received a kind donation on behalf of Canary Coves.

Mr. Gilberto "Gil" Nu�ez, representative of Canary Coves presented to Mr. Billy Leslie, President of the San Pedro Tour Guide Association a brand new Dell Computer for the Tour Guide Association Office located on Barrier Reef Drive.

According to Gil Nu�ez this donation was a thank you from Canary Cove to the Tour Guide Association for having helped in placing mooring buoys on North Ambergris Caye. Canary Coves worked along with the SPTGA in placing mooring buoys inside and along the reef in the Mexico Rocks Area. Canary Cove provided all the materials and the SPTGA provided the manpower and will keep the maintenance of the buoys.

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A big Thanks to Canary Cove and of course the SPTGA that is constantly working to keep our guides trained to keep our visitors safe.

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I'll bet Billy had on pink shoes to match his shirt - looking better all the time! Thanks Canary Cove - you set a good example.


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Canary Cove donates to SPTGA

On Tuesday March 20th the San Pedro Tourist Guide Association (SPTGA) received the donation of a brand new Dell Vostro Desktop computer. The donation came as a result of a working relationship between Canary Cove and the SPTGA.

Presenting the donation on behalf of Canary Cove was Gilberto "Gil" Nu�ez. Accepting on behalf of the SPTGA were President Phillip "Billy" Leslie and member, Robert Gonzalez. According to Gil, the donation came as a "Thank You" for the invaluable work that the SPTGA has been doing with Canary Cove in the placing and maintaining of the buoys along the beach in front of Ambergris Caye.

In speaking of the donation, Billy stated, "The owners saw the need of assisting us with a more updated computer so we can store our information and keep our files in tact. The association is greatly appreciative for the gift of which we will use very wisely. I know the owner personally and I know the activities director personally and I know that we will do many more ventures together."

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