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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

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Went to the School with Mitch this morning to celebrate the donation of a new industrial stove with a ribbon cutting ceremony followed by a delicious lunch prepared by Chef Victor Nal of Sunset Grill.

Preparing and serving breakfast a fruit snack and lunch daily for 500 kids is no small feat – even the busiest restaurant in town does not serve that many daily let alone 5 days a week. Holy Cross School and kitchen staff headed by Miss Rosalia are very grateful for Chef Victor’s tips and training help in the kitchen.

Chef Victor is a frequent volunteer with the Feeding Program at the School and was recently selected Belize Chef of the year for 2009.

To find  out more about how the stove made it from an idea in Belize to Texas and to it’s final resting spot on Ambergris Caye check out the Holy Cross Anglican School Blog.

Miss Rosalie and Chef Victor from Sunset Grill

Industrial stove donation Ginger and Tony

Catching a ride with Corry (sp?)

Riding down middle street

Renovations at old Island Perk

Mitch and Dick on front street

Today Holy Cross Celebrated the donation of a new industrial stove with a ribbon cutting ceremony followed by lunch prepared by Chef Victor Nal of Sunset Grill.
Preparing and serving breakfast a fruit snack and lunch daily for 500 kids is no small feat – even the busiest restaurant in town does not serve that many daily let alone 5 days a week. Holy Cross School and kitchen staff headed by Miss Rosalia is very grateful for Chef Victor’s training help in the kitchen.
Chef Victor is a frequent volunteer with the Feeding Program at the School and was recently selected Belize Chef of the year for 2009.

7 Comments

  1. tacogirl October 15, 2009

    That is great Bishop Larry looks like your prayers have been working well.

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  2. Bishop Larry Robertson October 15, 2009

    Glad to hear and see about the stove. I have been praying for Holy Cross school for several years and hopr to visit there again.

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  3. tacogirl October 14, 2009

    Great Bob, I am glad you enjoy my daily updates and pictures.

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  4. Bob October 14, 2009

    Will do. We come down a couple times a year and it is nice to get a daily update (with pictures!) of the island. Much appreciated, thanks!
    Bob

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  5. tacogirl October 14, 2009

    Correct Bob. Nothing has changed all that means is you can save a step by bookmarking tacogirl.com or making it your home page and coming here direct. There are two delivery sign up options as well – rrs feed or by email.

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  6. bob October 14, 2009

    correction, that would be the Belize News.com page!

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  7. bob October 14, 2009

    I noticed this morning your link has been removed from the
    Ambergris Cay News page.

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