Under the Sun & Stars: Celebration Galore
Saturday, December 10th, 2011
Happy Birthday Mr. Not-So-Average Joe!!
Mike of Average Joe’s was surprised by wife and friends on Wednesday night as all converged at AJ’s to celebrate his birthday in paradise. It was a festive celebration with lots to drink and eat; oh yeah and free chocolate pudding and Jell-o shots.
Islander excels in her studies abroad
Yesenie Reyes, past student of the San Pedro High School made her family, friends and San Pedro proud when she graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in General Psychology from the prestigious Universidad Adventista de Centro America, also referred to as UNADECA. Reyes graduated on Saturday December 3rd, 2011 in Costa Rica.
Yesenie has always been a role model and was the recipient of the Do The Right Thing Award that the Belize National Police Department has in place and has also excelled in the area of sports while at high school in San Pedro. She has made not only her family and friends proud but the island as well. The San Pedro Sun joins the community in congratulating Yesenie Reyes on her great accomplishment.
Island Invasion celebrates Trilla Man’s Birthday
On Saturday, Fido’s Court Yard was the venue of a King of the Island promotion featuring Black Chiney as main entertainer. Islanders swarmed to Fido’s in what can only be described as THE Island Invasion to celebrate “DJ Trilla Man’s” birthday.
The entertainers for the night included Tagg International, Evolution Sounds, DJ Julian and ending with a mega performance by Black Chiney. All of the DJ’s kept the crowd dancing from when the doors first opened until the last song was played in the wee hours.
We take this opportunity to wish Trilla Man (Brian Halliday) all the best! More photos of the event here!
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