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Nov 8, 2012

St. Luke gets donation from BelAms

Saint Luke Primary School is nestled in the heart of the South Side along Mahogany Street. The school and students ended the workday with a visit from three Belizean American women. The leader of the Miss Belize America group, Glenda Flowers said that for the fifth year they have returned to the school to give back to her alma-mater which includes books, pens, pencils, and a wheel chair for one of the students.


Glenda Flowers, Organizer

“Miss America Belize is about helping the less fortunate people in Los Angeles and also here in Belize. Me myself, I went to this school when it first opened. So I decided to come back and give to this school.”


Jose Sanchez

“You have two other queens with you. What is your contribution to the day’s event?”


Sherima Tillett

Lichelle Dixon, Miss America Belize Popularity

“I’m Lichele Dixon, I’m Miss America Belize Popularity and we’re giving back; we are helping like my colleague said. We are helping giving back and make the students happy and put a smile on their face and they appreciate it as you can see so far.”


Sherima Tillett, Miss America Belize

“My name is Sherima Tillett and I am Miss America Belize and yes we are giving back to our community and making everybody feel special about themselves and to let them have fun.”


Glenda Flowers

Jose Sanchez

“And I see you have the entire school out. The skills seem very enthusiastic. How many years have you been doing this and how long do you plan to continue?”


Glenda Flowers

“The program is six years old and this is the six year giving back to the children. We gave a scooter before and now there is a little girl that needs a walker so we bring a walker for her. We bring books, school supplies—you name it, we have it.” 

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1 Response for “St. Luke gets donation from BelAms”

  1. Seletar says:

    We have to remember to thank all the generous people around the world who remember our little country with charity in their hearts.

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