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Rotary Club's Two Newest Members
BY. John Acott
District, Friday, February 12,
The Rotary Club of San
Ignacio announces the induction w
of two new members, Mr.
Richard Zul and Mrs. Carrie
Jennings. They become the i
club's 24th and 25th members.
Richard, is a Belizean. He is -
married with two children, lives
in San Ignacio and is a welder/!.. .
building contractor.
Richard and his wife, Lucille,
have many years of charity and
volunteer work behind them and Club President, Daniel Habet (R) welcoming
this experience will be put to Richard Zul (L)
good use within the club. the test as Rotary continues its with the work that Rotary does
Carrie, is a British, living in work in supporting worthwhile in making this a better place to
Floral Park. She is married to projects, both locally and on a live and its recent support for
Paul Jennings. She is an global scale. the Haiti victims but few are
experienced fundraiser and her Most people living in the aware that each Rotarian here
talents will certainly be put to Twin-Towns area are familiar is also actively involved in


his defense attorney. The case is
slated to conclude on Tuesday,
February 23.
Seawell is also wanted by US
Law Enforcement, for the
alleged smuggling of 163 pounds
of cocaine from Belize, through
Chetumal Mexico, and onto
Cleveland, Ohio, USA.
His brother Duane was
intercepted, at an airport in
Jamaica, by US Marshals and
transported to the United States,

in February 2007 as he was
attempting to return to Belize
from Jamaica. He subsequently
pled guilty to drug trafficking
charges in Ohio and is currently
serving a 17 year jail sentence.
The other Seawell brother,
Mark is currently at the central
prison in Hattieville where he is
awaiting extradition proceedings
as he faces the prospect of
extradition to Cleveland, Ohio
where he is likewise wanted on
drug trafficking charges.

supporting Rotary Internation-
al's main project of eradicating
the crippling disease called
polio from the world.
Thanks, in the main, to
Rotary's efforts, there are only
three countries left in the
world that still have a handful
of polio cases and this
very expensive and time-
consuming project will continue
for as long as it takes to rid
the world completely of this
terrible disease that cripples
Some of the older inhabitants
of Belize will remember polio
and its effects although Belize
has been polio-free for a long
time now thanks in part
to Rotary and its members'
The Rotary family warmly
welcomes Richard and Lucille
and Carrie and Paul into their

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Club President, Daniel Habet (R) welcoming
Carrie Jennings (L)

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In body, mind and spirit.

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Giving Back To Belize, 3 Popular Restaurants,
Blue Water Grill, Caliente and Red Ginger

February 10, 2010:
Three of San Pedro's most
popular restaurants, Blue Water
Grill, Caliente and Red Ginger,
are now giving back to Belize
in an innovative way. The
restaurants recently partnered
with Liberty Children's Home,
a shelter and school for
abandoned and abused children
in Ladyville, to help raise money
and awareness for the non-profit
At the end of their meals
customers are offered informa-
tion about Liberty Children's
Home and if they'd like to make
a donation they can do so at the
restaurants. In addition the three
restaurants will match every
dollar donated. If a customer
donates 5 dollars, Liberty will
get an additional 5 dollars from
the restaurants. If he or she
donates one hundred dollars,
Liberty will get an additional
one hundred dollars from the
Restaurant owners Kelly
McDermott Kanabar and
Mukul Kanabar thought this
approach would be a good way
to support Liberty while also
encouraging other people to give.
"The opportunity to help
Liberty Children's Home is
something we're extremely
excited about, and we'd like to
encourage other businesses and
individuals to get involved,"
said McDermott Kanabar.
"Belize'sfuture depends on the



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health and education of its
children, and Liberty
Children's Home is a great
organization that we believe can
help make a difference in the
lives of children who need help
the most."
Donations are accepted from
anyone or any business
interested in helping Liberty
Children's Home, regardless of
whether people dine at one of the
restaurants. The money raised
will help pay for medical care
for the children, maintenance of
the shelter, as well as employee
Liberty Children's Home
depends almost entirely on
donations and relies on the
generosity of the community
and local businesses to keep the
shelter and its school open.
"With the support of the
community, the money these
businesses can raisefor Liberty
Children's Home can make a
real difference in the lives of
these children," said Delfena
Mitchell, Director of Liberty
Children's Home. "No donation
is too small and we greatly
appreciate any donation that is
Liberty Children's Home
was established in 2004 as a
sanctuary for children in need,
providing a natural environment
with love, nurturing, and a high
standard of education. The
home's philosophy has been
influenced by the Pikler method
of childcare, a well-researched

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approach to prevent damaging
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For more information about

Liberty Children's Home please
visit their website: http://
libertychildrenbelize. org
To make a donation to Liberty
Children's Home that will be
matched by the three restaurants
please visit Blue Water Grill,
Caliente, or Red Ginger in San
Pedro, or contact Kelly
McDermott Kanabar via Blue
Water Grill's website:
www.bluewatergrillbelize. com

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