Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Councilor Dianeli Aranda

Ten extraordinary women recognized at San Pedro’s Women in Business Expo

On Saturday, March 11th, the San Pedro Town Council, in partnership with Hope Haven, recognized ten island women with the Champions of Change Award. The recognition highlighted the awardees’ achievements and their role in the community. The notable occasion occurred at the Honourable Louis Sylvestre Sporting Complex during the Women in Business Expo.

Free Back to School free haircuts for San Pedro students

The new school year has started. Students preparing to return to classes must not only get their uniforms and supplies ready, but they must also look good. A haircut is one way to look fresh, and to make sure as many kids on the island received one, Councilor Dianeli Aranda at the San Pedro Town Council (SPTC) partnered on Saturday, September 3rd with JJG Barber Shop and Beauty Salon from Orange Walk Town providing free haircuts to more than 50 students. The campaign continued the following day at various barber shops across San Pedro Town.

Councilor’s Aranda foodbank program continues; find out how you can apply

The San Pedro Town Council Foodbank Program initiated in November 2021 assists deserving single parents, the elderly, and families where the breadwinner remains unemployed. The assistance organized by Councilor Dianeli Aranda is available only to San Pedro residents. To benefit from the program, applications can be submitted via this online link https://sanpedrotowncouncil.org/sptc-foodbank, or e-mailing [email protected], or by calling the Councillor at 635-3411.

Councilor Dianeli Aranda launches food bank program to help vulnerable families

Food accessibility continues to be an issue for many families in San Pedro Town. The COVID-19 crisis has worsened the situation, and Councilor Dianeli Aranda is spearheading a food bank program to assist those most in need. The program will be self-sustainable by charging a reduced, affordable fee to qualified families. The funds collected will be used to keep the program afloat. To apply for the program, participants can complete this online form: https://sanpedrotowncouncil.org/sptc-foodbank.