Cayo Community comes out for Jasmine Lowe

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012


There was an outpouring of emotions for Jasmine Lowe at the Macal River Park last Friday and at the  Columbus Park  in San Ignacio this past Saturday night. A sea of candle flames was evident from great distances at both events.  The Galen University ‘Eagles’ played several meaningful tunes at the Macal River Park.

Chairperson of the Peoples Coalition of Cayo,  Albert Moore, told the gathering at the Macal River Park, “Good citizens obey laws, let us obey the laws of our land.” Moore also spoke about strategies to confront crime, such as for more community involvement, the formation of neighborhood watches. Moore pleaded for local residents to forge links with police officers dedicated to  community work; such as PC Jones, PC Medina and Corporal Bradley.


 

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