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Tamara Sniffin

The San Pedro Sun celebrates 30 year anniversary!

According to owner, editor Tamara Sniffin, this is a huge milestone for the paper she and her husband Ron have owned and operated for more than half of its life. “It is a great honor to be part of a community institution like The San Pedro Sun. Owning a community newspaper comes with great responsibility and commitment, regardless of the challenges we may face. We embrace those who have supported us along the way and are thankful to be part of their success through featured articles and advertising. Without them, we could not be what we are today and thank our community from the bottom of our hearts.”

BTIA Holds 35th Annual General Meeting

On Thursday, December 3rd the Belize Tourism Industry Association (BTIA) held their 35th Annual General Meeting.

One year later: Organizers reflect on BIG GARBAGE CLEAN UP Campaign

It has been one year since the San Pedro Chapter of the Belize Tourism Industry Association (SP BTIA) along with the American Crocodile Education Sanctuary (ACES) and the San Pedro Town Council (SPTC) organized the biggest clean-up campaign on the island to date. Held from November 9 to 12, 2018, the clean-up campaign aimed to raise awareness on the improper garbage disposal on Ambergris Caye.

SP BTIA and SPTC commit to a cleaner San Pedro

Many businesses on the island are hiring individuals with trucks to dispose of their garbage, but the trash never makes it to the Transfer Station.

Galen University students research sustainable development on Ambergris Caye

As part of their studies, a group of students from Galen University’s GUX 199- Introduction to Sustainable Development class researched sustainable development in San Pedro Town from Saturday, November 3rd to Sunday, November 4th.

Stakeholders Unite to Stop Destructive Development within Hol Chan Marine Reserve

The ACCSD is not a group against development; rather their mission is to promote sustainable development; to protect and enhance our natural resources without compromising the livelihood of this and future generations.

San Pedro BTIA Chapter organizes response to recent crime activity at monthly meeting

The San Pedro BTIA chapter is organizing a public “For the Love of San Pedro” rally for June 7th, 6PM, SPHS Auditorium, to meet with government and police officials and find solutions to the escalating crime on Ambergris Caye.

Belize Tourism Industry Association San Pedro Chapter donates to Marco Gonzalez Spring Equinox Event

At their monthly meeting on February 28th, the Belize Tourism Industry Association San Pedro Chapter (SP BTIA) presented the Marco Gonzalez Archaeology Site with a check for $500.