Monday, April 15, 2024

Saga Humane Society say Thanks


Saga Halloween 2013-12Dear Editor,
Saga Humane Society would like to give our sincere Thanks to all of our supporters in the San Pedro Town community for helping to make our 10th Annual Halloween Party a fantastic success. Thank you to our gracious hostess Charlene Woods and the amazing staff at BC’s Beach Bar for their hospitality. The beach was alive with the dynamic sounds of Valentino, aroma of delicious food and the sounds of giggling children. It was a great day, despite the downpour and hurricane winds that blew the tents down. Eventually the rain stopped, the sun came out and everyone had a howling good time. Our honored judges this year were Tamara Sniffin, Jan Brown, and Allen Soto. They had a hard time deciding on the winners of the various Costume Contests. After much discussion the winners were announced. There was a tie for Cutest! 1st Cutest – Yankee as Pupcake – Tula; 1st Cutest – Bella as a Witch – David and Benjamin, 2nd Cutest – Pumpkin Princess – Elsa, Scariest – Voshi as Zombie Dog – Siomarie, Best Team – Monsterish Dogs – Monster High.
Thank you to San Pedro Town Council for the use, delivery, setup of tables and tents. The business community of San Pedro was very generous in their donations for our raffles, food and Silent Auction. We would like to give our thanks to our local business community who helped sponsor this event and helped make these events such a success. It is with their support and donations that enable us to continue providing services to our community. Please support those businesses that support their community. Please accept our humble gratitude.
Saga Halloween 2013-40DandE’s Frozen Custard & Sorbet, Pepperoni’s, Licks, Spice It Up, Estels, War Paint, Wet Willy’s, Wayo’s,
Crazy Canucks, AJ’s, Castillo’s Hardware, Beauty Basket from Sandy, MELT, BOAZ, Leslies Salon, ABC Lunch, Mata Rocks, Picasso Spirits, Caliente, Red Ginger , DigiCell, Zen Arcade, Master Pet Food, X-Trem Geeks, $200 Anonymous, $100 Anonymous, La Familia Tortillas, Three Brothers Store, Al Maza Store, Dalia’s Store, One Stop Store, Big Tree Fruits & Vegetables, Quality Poultry, The Greenhouse, 7-Eleven Store, Mark’s Store, Marina’s Supermarket, Lino’s Meat Shop, The Local Store, Caye Mart, Ritchie’s Supermarket, Lisa & Anthony Anderson, San Pedrano Store, El Dorado Store, Paradise Market, Maria’s Fruit Market, Wine de Vine, LC Distributors, Super Buy, La Divina Providencia, The San Pedro Sun, Sunbreeze Suites, Sunbreeze Hotel, Captain Sharks, Chuck and Robbie’s Dive Shop, Scuba School Belize, Mystical Adventures , Tanisha Tours, Searious Adventure, Mambo Chill Boutique, Go Fish Belize,
Seaduced by Belize, Conch Creative, Tropic Air , Victoria House and Blue Water Grill.
A very special Thanks to all the volunteers who made this event possible. Our staff, board and local volunteers are truly the finest. They worked hard, helped enormously and we are fortunate to have such committed supporters. We couldn’t have done it without great cook Carolina Zapata. It’s through determination like theirs that we are able to help our island animals. Thank you all.
Kathy Marin, Rebecca Coutant, Ingrid Lima, Eileen Jamison, Renee Steinmetz, Jackie Cervoni, Faride Salinas, Iliana Paj, Sharon Metcalfe, Ashley Goehmann, Allen Soto, Minor Perez and the Pampered Paws staff.
Through the generosity of all the people and businesses listed above, and also of the people of San Pedro Town who attended this event, Saga will be able to continue offering services to our community through Operation SNIP. The goal of Operation SNIP is to sterilize 75% of the island animals in 3-5 years. This will STABILIZE the pet population. In doing so, virtually NO PETS will be strays, wandering and breeding freely. No animals will be born that will not have Forever homes.
/s/ Saga Humane Society

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