Monday, April 15, 2024

SPBA awards Christine Syme for her continued support


Christine Syme was the recipient of a Certificate of Appreciation from the San Pedro Business Association (SPBA) for always assisting in their activities. Syme was presented with the award on Tuesday, January 20th by SPBA Vice-president Amanda Syme and SPBA Secretary Coqui Alamilla.Christine Syme SPBA Certificate Appreciation-1
“SPBA has been involved in many issues that are integral to developing our island, from spearheading the cobble stone/paved road projects to supporting the San Pedro Polyclinic and the Police and Coast Guard Barracks. The SPBA also organizes two annual events which have become San Pedro Town traditions – namely the San Pedro Lobster Festival and The Holiday Lighted Boat parade. In 2014 the association was shorthanded and turned to Christine Syme for support and assistance. She was willing and able to provide many hours of her time, ensuring that both events were organized and executed perfectly. In recognition of this young lady’s vital role within the SPBA’s team the executives have presented Christine Syme with a certificate of appreciation. The youth of today will be the leaders of tomorrow. Congratulations on your achievements Christine, we are all proud of you,” stated the SPBA.
Syme happily received the certificate and expressed how glad she is to assit SPBA. “Thank you for this Certificate of Appreciation. I feel honored, but most importantly I look forward to continue helping SPBA when needed,” said Syme. She is currently enrolled at the San Pedro Junior College pursing an Associate’s Degree in Tourism Management and works at Sunrise Realty. Syme hopes to continue contributing to the San Pedro community as much as she can.

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