Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Saturday, March 28, 2015
Congratulations to Mr Reed Central Referee and to Mr. Ake 1st Assistant Referee! Congratulations aslso to the Belize Referees Association!
Friday, March 27, 2015
The Jabiru Stork is a very rare bird and is endangered throughout its range. One of the largest birds in the New World, the Jabiru stands 5 feet tall and has a wingspan of 8 feet. Its heavy bill is about 12 inches long perfectly designed to catch fish, frogs and snakes.
Recent studies have confirmed that Belize has the healthiest breeding population of jabirus for all of Central America. They arrive in Belize from Mexico in November and nest in the tall pines of the savannas and marshes of the Belizean lowlands. They remain in Belize until June or July, flying north with the first rains.
The largest number of jabiru counted in Belize is 24. Hunting and habitat destruction have decimated a once healthy population throughout the region. The Crooked tree Wildlife Sanctuary, just 33 miles north of Belize City has the largest population of Jabirus in Belize.
Thursday, March 26, 2015
THE PICTURES ABOVE ARE CORTESY OF AARON BABB WHO TOOK PART AND TOOK THESE PICTURES!
HATS OFF TO THE ORGANIZORS! THIS IS JUST ONE MORE PROOF THAT COROZAL IS A WONDERFUL PLACE IN WHICH TO LIVE!
Xaibe RC Females to represent Corozal District at the Nationals Primary School Softball Championship games in Belize City
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
IT IS HOME TO PEOPLE OF MANY CULTURE AND HAS PARKS IN ALL THE CORNERS OF THE TOWN SO THAT CHILDREN LIVING IN THERE SIDE OF TOWN CAN HAVE A PLACE TO GO TO TO PLAY AND ENJOY THE FRESH AIR FROM THE BEAUTIFUL SEA BREEZE BLOWING OVER THE LAND.
THE PICTURES ABOVE TELL IT ALL. FROM THE AIR THE WONDERS OF A COZY TOWN INVITES EVERYONE WHO VISITS IT WITH OPEN ARMS.
FROM THE GROUND LOOKING OVER THE BAY AND ENJOYING THE WONDERFUL COCONUT TREES ON THE BEACH AND SEEING GOD BLESSED CLOUDS OVERHEAD IS EVERYONE'S DREAM COME THROUGH. THE TOWN COUNCIL HAS BUILT AND CONTINUES TO BUILT KIOSKS ON THE BEACH, TOO FOR YOU TO SIT AND ENJOY YOUR DAY IN COROZAL.
MAKE COROZAL A MUST STOP ON YOUR NEXT TRIP TO BELIZE!
SPECIAL THANKS TO MARTHA ALAMILLA FOR THE PHOTOS SHE IS ALLOWING ME TO USE FOR MY POSTS! THE PICTURE OF THE COCONUT TREE, THE CLOUDS AND THE BAY IS A GREAT VIEW OF OUR LOVELY TOWN!
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Monday, March 23, 2015
HATS OFF TO THE COROZAL TOWN COUNCIL FOR A JOB GETTING DONE!
Sunday, March 22, 2015
D Restoration Beach Committee is seeking Contestants for Miss Biking Easter Splash 2015. Contestants ages 18 and over please contact committee member at the Corozal Sports Council or Call us at 628-4055 or 620-819
You may also contact Elvis White, Gregory Gomez, Elly Leslie, Carlos Net Carlos, Jorge Russo Perez,
Miriam Villamil,or the Corozal Town Council.
NOTE PICTURE IS OF THE COROZAL BAY!!!!
Thursday, March 19, 2015
Coming for Easter two days of Fun in the Sun Easter Splash 2015 at the ROUND HOUSE at Miami Beach, Corozal Town.
Holy Saturday and Easter Sunday are the days you want to be in Corozal Town! Come enjoy Volleyball, Greasy Pole,Watermelon Eating Contest, Beer Drinking Contest, Sailing Boat Attraction, Jalapeño Eating Contest, Swimming Race And DJ Extravaganza with the best in dance hall music, prizes and surprises.
For more information contact the Corozal Town Council and the Corozal Sports Council.
No need to go anywhere else but COROZAL TOWN!
COME ENJOY the fun in a Family Atmoshere,
Happy Easter Vacations from the Corozal Town Council, Hon.Pablo Marin & D Restoration Beach Committee
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Obviously, BELIZE today stands to benefit from all its wonders and peaceful lifestyle. Corozal in the north of Belize has been labelled as number 6 on places that retirees can go to retire at a comfortable cost to their budget!
This is good news for Belize! The influx of American or European dollars stand to make it better for all! The people who come to retire are older, more settled people! They spend their money wisely yet at a rate more like they did back home in the USA or England and they blend with the native Belizeans!
Corozal, in the North, has long been known for is peaceful, friendly people. Their smiling faces and happy greetings of "Good Maaning" ...Good Morning in the native dialect of Creole that is spoken throughout the length and breadth of the country is natural and just another way you can know you are at home among the Corozaleños! The people are a mixture of Belizean Creole, Maya Indians, Mestizo and now Chinese, Indians, Americans and Europeans! Corozal is definitely a melting pot of many cultures that live in peace. This is true of all of Belize and is one of the reasons it has survived and is a destination for many visitors who flock its shores by cruiser ships or arrive by plane or road from abroad.
With Town Board elections once again behind us, the town of Corozal has moved on to continue with the business of beautification and upgrading! The latest proof that this town is moving forward is its "Round House" which is an open roofed structure that houses activities like zumba in the evenings and beach parties on the weekends for anyone who wants to rent it out! This new remodelled structure is a welcome sight on the Miami Beach in Corozal Town!
Hats off to the Mayor and the people of Corozal. Hand in hand they can and will make Corozal Number 1 in Belize!