Hon. Saldivar and Mayor Lopez open Belmopan Youth Sumner Camp
Tuesday, July 16th, 2013
Press Release- Ministry of National Security, July 16th-
A Youth Summer Camp for a total of over 350 students was officially opened this morning in Belmopan. The Summer Camp is co-sponsored by Minister of National Security and Belmopan Area Representative Hon. John Saldivar; Mayor Simeon Lopez and the Belmopan City Council; and the Belmopan Sports Council.
Official ceremonies to open the summer camp were held this morning at the Hilltop Basketball and Tennis Court in Belmopan. Speakers included Hon. John Saldivar, Mayor Simeon Lopez and Belmopan Sports Coordinator Angelica Reyes. Master of Ceremonies was Deputy Mayor Joel Westby and the Vote of Thanks was delivered by City Councilor with responsibility for events Victor Perdomo.
The Summer Camp involves sports in six disciplines: Tennis, Football and Softball are running for the first two weeks, from July 15 to July 26; Basketball, Volleyball and Chess will run for the next two weeks, from July 29 to August 9.
The participants in the summer camp are mainly Primary Schools students, but also include High School and Junior College students. The Belmopan Summer Camp is an annual event that is now running for five years consecutively. Its purpose is to keep the young people positively and meaningfully occupied during the summer holidays and help identify potential athletes in the various sports disciplines.
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