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The San Pedro Sun

Fire in Boca del Rio believed to be electrical
A family in the Boca del Rio Area is homeless after a fire ravaged their home on Saturday, September 14th. The incident began shortly after 6AM, while the occupants in the home were still asleep. The San Pedro Fire Department was able to contain the blaze from spreading to nearby homes, and although no one was injured, the structure and the contents inside could not be saved.

New Postal Stamps Commemorate Belize-Taiwan Diplomatic Relations
The Belize Postal Service released a new set of postage stamps today, September 12, 2019. The stamps commemorate the 30 years of diplomatic relations and friendship shared between Belize and the Republic of China (Taiwan). This new set of postage stamps is comprised of a 25¢ stamp, a $1.00 stamp, and a $5.00 stamp. The set also includes a souvenir sheet valued at $6.00 and a first-day cover valued at $4.25.

BTB launches second phase of DYK campaign
The Belize Tourism Board (BTB) has launched the second phase of their Did You Know (DYK) campaign. It is aimed at increasing awareness among hoteliers, persons who own a home and rent rooms, or businesses providing accommodation for remuneration purposes, of the need to register with the registrar of Hotels at the BTB.

Ambergris Today

Noche Centro Americana Celebrated In San Pedro
The month of September is a very festive one in Belize and more so in our beautiful island of San Pedro because the community dedicates a day to celebrate the Independence of all the Central American countries including Mexico. This year was no exception as Noche Centro Americano was celebrated on Saturday, September 14, 2019 at the Hon. Louis Sylvestre Sports Complex. The event kicked off with a beautiful parade starting from the Central Park where Marching Band “Latin Band Municipal” from San Jose Guayabal, El Salvador along with their baton girls entertained everyone with sensational musical performances and dances.

Cell Phone Charging Causes House Fire In San Pedro
Residents of the Boca del Rio woke up to a morning scare as a fire broke out in the area on Saturday, September 14, 2019. San Pedro Police responded to a call which they received at about 6:20 a.m. about a house fire in the Boca Del Rio Area. Upon arrival, they observed a two-story wooden apartment complex on Mangrove Drive, Boca Del Rio Area, engulfed in flames. The fire was later extinguished by personnel from the Fire Department and initial investigations revealed that about 6:10 a.m., on September 14, 2019, one of the occupants of the room reported that upon waking up, he smelt something burning and discovered that his mattress was on fire.

Various Belizean Sources

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It was all about community at the 10th Anniversary of Art in the Park!
Fire performers, poets, singers, graffiti artists and our regular contributors doing their art "live" all made for a great night of community interaction. I wish to thank our residents and visitors for showing up, being present, enjoying each other's company and supporting our artists.

Week 2 of the Corozal Football Association Opening Season Youth Tournament 2019-2020
Week 2 of the Corozal Football Association Opening Season Youth Tournament 2019-2020 Table of Standing.

Northern Border September Celebrations
September Celebrations activities took place at the Northern Border on Saturday, Sept. 14. There were dance performances from Raices Mexicanos Retonos Belicenos ( Mexican roots, Belizean shoots ) San Joaquin Cultural Dance Group from the village of San Joaquin.

Occupational Safety and Health Bill
This Ministry of Labour, Local Government and Rural Development is greatly saddened by the death of two workers at the Belize Civic Center last Friday, September 13th, 2019. This tragedy is a poignant reminder that proper protection for our workers – be it physical, social or financial – is absolutely essential. Again, the Ministry gives the assurance that it remains committed to doing all that it can to ensure that legislation for Occupational Safety and Health is enacted, implemented and monitored for all workers in Belize.

Schedule for Corozal Independence Activities on Sept 20
Corozal - September eve Independence Day Official Ceremony and Celebration. Happy 38th Independence Day Celebration Belize.

PRINCESS CASINO FREE ZONE INVITES YOU
September Independence Day eve starting at 11:00 p.m. to bring in the 21st with GRUPO LOS CRACKER from Chetumal playing Caribbean tunes. Come join us. No Cover. Happy 38th Independence Day Belize.

Metal Haven Promo Video Shoot
Metal Haven is having a video shoot for their promo this Sunday, September 22nd, at La Playa in Benque. The local bands that will be performing on November 2nd will be there. They'll have Metal Haven merchandise on sale. It'll be from 2:00pm to 5:00pm.

E.O.B BARROW FUND GIVES 100 SCHOLARSHIPS
Where the Ministry of Education constituency budget ends Shyne Barrow work begins for his constituents. 100 Students in Mesopotamia received scholarships from the E.O.B Barrow Education Fund, a private fund made possible by Shyne Barrow, his supporters in Belize, diaspora and the Mesopotamia Human & Social Development Foundation(NGO) The E.O.B Barrow Education Fund was created by Shyne and supporters to assist students in need of financial assistance from primary to university.

Channel 7

Missing Teen Girl Found Dead
4 teenagers murdered in less than a week. That's the grim synopsis coming out of this weekend after three more teen murders were registered in and around Belmopan. We start with 19-year-old Adamir Choc of San Martin - who had gone missing on the 10th of September when she left a nightclub and got into a mystery vehicle and wasn't seen again. Four days later, on Saturday, she was found dead - in a grisly state. Today, Cherisse Halsall spoke to her mother. Here's her story from Belmopan.

The Mystery of the Missing, Then Murdered Girl
So, Adamir Choc is the second teenager in less than 2 weeks whose case started out as a missing person report, but ended in tragedy. The first was Christopher Chi - whose body was found on the same day she went missing. Police now have to retrace the final hours that she was last seen alive, in the hopes of finding out what led to her killing. We tried to get a few details from the cops today about their investigation, but they told us that at this time, they don't know very much:

Two Teens Killed In Broad Daylight, San Martin, Belmopan
16 year old Herman Valladares and 17 year old Gruver Delgado were executed on Saturday morning at 9:45 in plain view of San Martin residents. The boys were delivering tortillas for Valladares's mother when two teenaged males pulled up on them. One of the assailants was armed and an argument ensued; it ended quickly and resolutely when shots rang out. And Valladares and Delgado lay close to death on the streer. Here's the story. On Saturday morning distraught residents of San Martin desperately attempted to save the lives of 16 year old Herman Valladares and 17 year old Gruver Delgado.

Superman Switched Sides, Should Philloughby Fear Faber's Wrath?
UDP's Port Loyola Standard Bearer Phillip Willoughby made a splash last week Thursday. He took to Facebook to declare his support for John Saldivar as the next UDP leader. Willoughby was with Faber, so it was a defection to the Saldivar camp. And, actions have consequences, because Faber already had permitted him to set up his political office at the Rogers Stadium, and got him a seat on the NICH Board. Reports suggest now that he's switched camps that both those arrangements could be in trouble. We met him on Arlington Drive in the Port Loyola area today and asked him about actions and consequences:

Two More Charged For Over A Tonne of Cocaine
Police have arrested 2 more men - both Hondurans - for that drug plane they intercepted a week ago, which was carrying 41 bails of cocaine to a total weight of 2,896 pounds, about one and a third tonnes. And no, these are not the ones who were injured in the hostile exchange of gunfire between law enforcement and the drug smugglers. These are 2 individuals they intercepted away from the scene. They are the Hondurans, Terencio Cruz and Jacobo Mejia Garcia, and they were arraigned today in the Magistrate's Court on the offense of possession of a controlled with the intent to supply.

A Plane Landed On Mexican Side
And while police are wrapping up that case, our neighbors in Mexico are also dealing with their own drug plane issue. Reliable reports say that this plane, another King Air 200 landed in Ramonal, Mexico early this morning. It was found empty and abandoned, sources tell us. Ramonal is just across the Rio Hondo from Patchakan, Belize. The border village is also a major source of contraband into Belize. Reliable sources say the plane may have tried to land in the Progresso area early this morning, but could not. Police would not discuss it today.

Police Won't Talk About Chi's Killer
On Friday's news, we showed you the arraignment of the 16-year-old minor for the murder of 13-year-old Christopher Chi, the resident of Yo Creek Village. Police believe that the 16-year-old, said to be Chi's friend, is responsible for his killing. As we told you, Chi was last seen by his family members on September 6th. He was found 4 days later, on September 10th; his decomposed body had been dumped in a culvert on the San Lorenzo Road near Orange Walk Town. He had been bludgeoned to death.

COMPOL Wants Countrywide Kids Curfew
So, while the Assistant Police Commissioner Myvette was guarded in his comments, his boss, Commissioner Chester Williams, was a bit more forthcoming. As we told you, there is the suspicion that Christopher Chi met his end due to his alleged involvement in the peddling of illicit drugs. Commissioner Williams told us today that the department will be agitating for the children's curfew in Belize City to be expanded to other parts of the country. Here's how he explained why: Chester Williams - Commissioner of Police: "It is not only distressing for the police, but for the entire community. When a life is lost it is a concern to all, and yes, as the police, we have the responsibility of ensuring that we investigate with a view to finding the perpetrators of these crimes..."

Thieves In Trinidad Village
Four masked armed men robbed a sports bar in Orange Walk. It happened on Friday night at 9:00 in Trinidad Village. Business owner Nilvia Susana Santos along with a worker and 4 male customers were inside the bar when the thieves stormed in. One of the men had a pistol, the other had a shot gun and they attacked the customers.

Charged For Sex Assault Of Elderly Woman
A 48 year old man has been charged for sexually assaulting and harming a 68 year old woman after he groped her and punched her. He is Marco Vasquez - a resident of Card's Alley. The sexual assault allegedly occurred on September 9th. The woman reported to the police that Vasquez touched her on her private parts and grabbed her breasts. And then on September 12th, he allegedly punched her in the face and caused it to swell up.

New Hope On The New River
Last week we showed you the mechanical aerators which the Department of the Environment installed at the portion of the river in front of Maracas Bar and Grill. A number of these were installed at strategic points along the river. According to the DOE, the aerators have started to show positive results with an improvement in the clarity of the water at the top layer of the river. A slight increase in dissolved oxygen levels also occurred. And the very smelly hydrogen sulfide levels are also far lower than they were before the aerators were installed.

Egla For Everyone
In the 2010 Belize population census it states that 80 percent of the adult population is literate - which on the low side for central America and the Caribbean. There hasn't been an update since then but according to Eglah's Literacy and Life Skills Center, literacy is still a serious problem in Belize. Indeed, it is hard to accept that an adult in 2019 can't read or write. But that is the reality and Eglah's Center has been trying to fix this problem for years through classes and training. Today the Center received a brand new building that will cater to more students. Here is more from the official opening that took place at the corner of West Collet Canal and Raccoon Street.

KHMH, Celebrating A Birthday
Karl Heusner Memorial, Belize's National Referral Hospital, celebrated its 24th anniversary this weekend. It's an important milestone for KHMH because the institution can look back on how much they've grown from 1995 when they first opened their doors. Also, under the CEO Michelle Hoare, they've had to weather some tough times, such last year, when they had to operate in emergency mode for months, while they tried to repair the roof over a third of the hospital, which was structurally compromised. KHMH has since moved on from that challenge, and now, the management and staff are looking to make improvements to their facilities at a steady pace.

Carnival Cruise Recruiting Belize Sound Men and Women
Philippines, London and Romania - those are a few of the stops that the team at Carnival Cruise Line have made to find the best of the best DJ's and musicians to work on their cruise ships. Well, they are here in Belize for the first time looking for just that. The manager of "Live Music Direction" on Carnival Cruise Line Brett Hedrick as well as Belizean DJ Alex Dena stopped by our studio to tell us about this unique job opportunity.

Civic Tragedy, Groups Call For OSH Standards
On Friday we told you about the two men who were killed and four injured when the platform of the scaffolding which they were working on gave way. They weren't wearing harnesses. This evening, the Ministry of Labour issued a statement expressing their regret at the loss of life and the injuries caused as a result of the accident. They assured the public that they remain committed to ensuring that legislation for Occupational Safety and Health or OSH - is enacted, implemented and monitored for all workers in Belize. The National Trade Union Congress of Belize and the PUP also issued statements calling the incident unnecessary and avoidable.

Expo Numbers Dipped (Again)
This year, for the first time, the the Expo Belize Market Place was held at the Marion Jones Stadium. The change of venue didn't Haley attendance much; for at least the fourth year in a row, attendance decreased from the previous year. This year, the Chamber reports that over 12,000 visitors attended; the previous year saw a thousand more.

Eco Challenge Had Bi-National Military Protection
The Sarstoon Eco Challenge went off without a hitch this weekend. The paddlers were escorted by the BDF and the Belize Coast Guard and of course, the Guatemalans Armed Forces shadowed all of them. But, there were Eno confrontations and it ended without incident.

Play, Pan-Man!
And we close tonight with footage of last night's Pan Yaad at the ITVET. Enjoy - and join us back here tomorrow.

Channel 5

First Cousins Killed in Belmopan Double Murder
A rash of murders has the community on edge in Belmopan. We start with a double murder in the San Martin area of Belmopan on Saturday morning. Two cousins, both [...]

A Sad Ending in the Search for Adamir Choc
The Choc family also of San Martin area in Belmopan, though hoping for the best, had their worst fears confirmed on Saturday. The body of nineteen-year-old Adamir Choc was found [...]

Two More Honduran Nationals Charged With Recent Drug Plane Landing
There are two more arrests in connection with a drug bust that yielded police over one thousand three hundred kilos of cocaine. Thirty-six-year-old Terencio Mejia Cruz and fifty-three-year-old Jacobo Yovany [...]

Police Chase and Shoot at Robbers in Trinidad Village
Armed robbers were on a rampage targeting business establishments in Trinidad Village, Orange Walk on Friday night.  The group of at least five men first hit Primavera Bar, holding patrons [...]

Police Considers Extending Curfew Across the Country Following String of Teen Murders
Today, police say there is still no solid lead that explains why thirteen-year-old Christopher Chi was killed, but investigators have reason to believe it may be drug related. So far, [...]

The N.T.U.C.B. Weighs In on Fatal Civic Centre Incident
The National Trade Union Congress has weighed in on the loss of life at the Civic Center. Two workers plunged to their death from a scaffold inside the facility where [...]

N.T.U.C.B. Prez Says OSH Bill is Back on the Front Burner
The N.T.U.C.B. calls for a full unbiased investigation by the Police Department and that a further inquiry be coordinated by the Belize Infrastructure Limited. President Marvin Mora says that the [...]

Opposition Leader Says Pass the OSH Bill Now
The People’s United Party says that the fatal tragedy at the Civic Center on Friday was unnecessary. Like the National Trade Union Congress of Belize, the P.U.P. believes that this [...]

Opposition Leader Calls on G.O.B. for Partnership in Fighting Crime
The double murder of the teenage cousins in Belmopan, the gruesome discovery of the body of a young woman in Cotton Tree Village and the brutal killing of a male [...]

Where is the Forensic Lab Promised So Many Years Ago?
According to Briceño, the approach to effectively fight crime and prosecute criminals is multi-faceted. Not only does the prosecution needs a solid case but also strong evidence. In the case [...]

Reynaldo Verde Remains in Detention in the U.S.A.
Deputy Director of the Belize Tax Service Department forty-six-year-old Reynaldo Verde remains locked up in the U.S.A. after he was nabbed by the feds for allegations of extortion and attempted [...]

Fiscal Agreement Signed; CitCo 1 Step Closer to Floating New Municipal Bond
The government approved an eleven-million-dollar municipal paper for the Belize City Council in August, today, CitCo and Heritage Bank Limited officially signed an agreement for the floating of the bond. [...]

Municipal Bond to be Launched by the End of September
Belize City Mayor Bernard Wagner says that the bond will be officially launched with its prospectus by the end of September. But will the bond reflect increased pressures on the [...]

Eglah’s Training Center Gets Much Needed Space
With assistance from Hand in Hand Ministries, the Eglah’s Training Center for Women and Families, has added new space to accommodate more persons and expand its range of services.  The [...]

Daniel Rios Freed of Unlawful Sexual Intercourse Charge
A thirty-year-old man is free tonight after a serious charge of unlawful sexual intercourse was dismissed against him in the Supreme Court this morning.  Daniel Rios was accused by a [...]

Small Improvements Noted along the New River
The Department of Environment was in Orange Walk today monitoring the situation at the New River. The installation of aerators and the brief rains over the weekend have caused an [...]

Body of Missing Melchor Man Fished Out of Mopan River
The body of twenty-year-old Denis Enrique Lux Matus was fished out of the river in western Belize this morning. Lux Matus is from the border town of Melchor de Mencos. [...]

Expo Marketplace 2019 at the Marion Jones Sporting Complex
More than one hundred and fifty businesses participated in the two-day Expo Marketplace hosted by the Belize Chamber of Commerce at the Marion Jones Sporting Complex. The event is the [...]

Carnival Cruise Lines Reps in Belize Recruiting DJs and Musicians
Representatives from Carnival Cruise Lines arrived in Belize today for a two-day recruitment exercise beginning on Tuesday at nine a.m. at the Radisson Fort George in Belize City. Manager of [...]

James Adderly with Weekend Sporting Stats
Good evening, I’m James Adderly and this is Sports Monday.   [Highlights of the weekend in sports....]

LOVE FM

Election time nearing and parties are strategically taking actions
Election season is about one year away. The fast approaching national show of democracy is now forcing politicians to make strategic moves in an effort to secure, as much as they can, a seat inside the House of Representatives. One move made over the weekend was the abrupt resignation of UDP Standard Bearer for Orange …

Corozal Deputy Mayor Hospitalized after accident
A freak accident leaves Corozal Deputy Mayor, Hilberto Clarke, severely injured and hospitalized. Clarke was apparently working inside his tortilla factory when he slipped and tipped over a pot of hot oil, causing severe burns to his body. PUP Leader, John Briceno, paid him a visit today at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital and updated …

OSH Bill essential for the protection of employees
The tragedy has brought major concerns into the spotlight including the safety standards being practiced by employers and employees. The National Trade Union Congress of Belize joined the voices of outrage via a press release sent out this morning. The union says they are disturbed and aggrieved at the preventable deaths of Stuart and Jimenez. …

Vessel damages Belize’s reef
A vessel owned by Coral Tours Belize Limited ran aground with eight tourists on board at about 4:30 Friday evening. The tourists were safely removed by the Belize Coast Guard, but the vessel remains grounded on the reef. Love News spoke with Kenrick Gordon, an Environmental Officer at the Department of the Environment. According to …

Six persons homeless after fire destroyed an apartment building
Six persons are homeless due to a fire which broke out in the Boca Del Rio area of San Pedro Town on Saturday morning. Love news spoke with Gladstone Bucknor, the Officer Commanding the San Pedro Fire Station, who said that the fire started in the living room. Gladstone Bucknor – Officer Commanding San Pedro …

Expo 2019: “Expanding Business Relationships”
Over the weekend, the Belize Chamber of Commerce held its annual signature trade show under the theme “Expanding Business Relationships”. The trade show attracted almost two hundred businesses and thousands of visitors. Love news spoke to Viannie Reyes, the Marketing and Public Relations Officer of the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry, about how the expo …

Who is to blame for Civic Tragedy?
Friday the 13th was tragic for the families of Orlington Earl Stuart and Roque Jimenez. The two men lost their lives on the job site as they were packing insulation into the walls and ceiling inside the Belize Civic Centre. The men were at a height of about thirty feet, standing on an unstable scaffold …

Belize Marketing Expo brings forth the talk about corruption
‘Corruption’ – it is a word that is commonly heard especially in the political and public service arenas. As hundreds of businesses prepared to be a part of the Belize Marketing Expo on Saturday morning, the official opening ceremony was nothing short of amusing. The President of the Belize Chamber of Commerce, Nikita Usher, gave …

The decomposed body of 19-year-old Adamir Choc found
The Garden City of Belmopan ran red this past weekend as the body of 19-year-old Adamir Choc was found just outside Belmopan, and two teenage boys were gunned down a stone’s throw away from their home. Love News reporter, Courtney Menzies, travelled west to find out more about the deaths of these young teens. We …

Police have no motive in Belmopan double murder
Like every other homicide, investigators are probing. Today, the police shared their preliminary findings. According to ACP Myvett, while they know who their suspects are, they have yet to discern a clear motive. ACP Joseph Myvette, Head of National Crimes Investigation Branch: “Sometime around 9:30am Belmopan police were called to an area in San Martin …

Two teenage boys gunned down in Belmopan
About three hours before Adamir’s body was found, two Belmopan boys were murdered in the San Martin area. The killer is said to be an 18-year-old, who was accompanied by his 13-year-old brother. This is another tragedy that has shaken the security of residents in the capital city. Reporter Courtney Menzies has this story as well...

Police investigating home invasion
A couple from the community of Hope Creek in the Stann Creek District is lucky to be alive following a frightening and violent home invasion early Sunday morning. 29-year-old Jian Feng Chen and his wife, 27-year-old Veronica Gonzalez Corodo were asleep ...

Breaking Belize NewsPJ

BSI addresses accusations of involvement in New River situation
The American Sugar Refineries/ Belize Sugar Industries (ASR/BSI) said emphatically today that the current situation […]

Digi donates $20,000 to YWCA and Haven House
On September 13, 2019, Digicell Belize handed over two cheques for $10,000 each to the […]

Verdes-Bandits clash set for Wednesday ahead of Independence weekend
Verdes FC is coming to Belmopan this week to face defending champion Belmopan Bandits on […]

Taiwan loses another ally
As Belize and the Republic of China (Taiwan) celebrate 30 years of good diplomatic ties, […]

Galen University hosts Scholarship Ceremony
The Annual Galen University Scholarship Ceremony was held on September 13th, 2019 at Galen’s Central Farm Campus and celebrated the awarding […]

KHMH opens newly renovated waiting area at A&E
The Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital (KHMH) officially opened the renovated waiting area at the hospital’s […]

Mexican military find suspected narco-plane in Chetumal
Mexican authorities are investigating the origin of an aircraft found on Sunday morning in Ramonal […]

Major power outage: El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Guatemala
Univision.com is reporting that at least 4 Central American countries are suffering from a major […]

Rewards being offered for information on Adamir Choc murder
Crimestoppers Belize is offering a $2,000 reward for information leading to the apprehension of persons […]

UWI Belize award 13 students Global Giving Scholarship Bursaries
The University of the West Indies, Open Campus, Belize has awarded Global Giving Scholarship Bursaries […]

National Student Union calls on authorities to take action before it’s too late
The National Student Union of Belize (NSUB) issued a statement expressing it’s deepest condolences to […]

Blogs

HOT Perfect September Weekend in Belize
There are lots of reasons to visit Belize in September – including the Independence Celebrations and the lower prices. But this weekend – I didn’t plan on taking any pictures, I was doing nothing special… But I couldn’t stop pulling over and taking pictures of the sea…and palm tree shadows and really just anything. It was THAT gorgeous out. Sure it’s the stormy season – that’s why prices are so much lower – but you also have a very good chance of days like THIS!

International Sourcesizz

Where Do Your Hummingbirds Go?
How much do you know about the hummingbirds that visit your nectar feeder? By the first week of September, hummingbirds start migrating south, refueling their bodies in the mornings, migrating some middays, and feeding during late afternoons to maintain their body weight – powered by flower nectars, minute insects and spiders, and the sugar-water nectar provided by birders across the country. When eastern birders talk about hummingbirds, they are referring to Ruby-throated Hummingbirds, usually the only species in the eastern half of the United States. Overall, among the nine species that regularly nest north of Mexico, most prefer Mexico as their wintering range, although a couple species slip farther south into Belize and Guatemala, and Ruby-throats winter from southern Mexico to the edge of Panama.

The Garifuna Collective Embrace Change and Rhythm on the Outstanding 'Aban'
For the rotating crew of the Belize-based Garifuna Collective, the last two decades have been full of change. Since local label Stonetree's global release of compilation Paranda introduced a worldwide audience to music of the Garifuna culture, a diasporic community-based in the Caribbean and Central America of African and indigenous descent, Garifuna ensembles and artists have caught the eye of a previously unprecedented market, and few with as much success as the Collective. Since frontman Andy Palacio's unexpected death in 2008, though, the Garifuna Collective have only released one studio album: 2013's Ayó, largely a tribute to Palacio ("ayó" meaning "goodbye" in the Garifuna language the group sings in). It's after a slightly smaller gap in releases that they return with this year's Aban ("One"), an album that sees the group releasing some of its most potent music yet.

Videos

  • Hurricane Hattie Belize, 5min.

  • Swellpro Splashdrone 3+ Aerial Shot on GC3 in Belize, 2min. Enjoy the aerial footage of beautiful Belize.

  • Hopkins, Belize, 2min. Hopkins es un pueblo costero en el este de Belice. pero hoy quiero mostrarles un pequeño pedazo de Kopkins en el que viví por dos semanas y me enamore de el.

  • The Belize National Youth Orchestra plays "We Are Marching", 2min. The Belize National Youth Orchestra joined the Benque Viejo Marching Band and the Benque marimba Hijos del West in a beautiful concert adding to the 38th Independence celebrations of Belize. This took place at the Benque Viejo Cancha on September 15, 2019.