A suggestion on place does not need to explain.
Mar 31 2020
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Mar 31 2020
We at the Belize Scout Foundation (BSF) extend warm greetings to our Chairman, Dr. René Villanueva Sr. as he celebrates his birthday. Wishing you a happy birthday and may all your wishes be fulfilled. Congratulations! Chief ⚜️
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Mar 28 2020
What about the male Queen’s Scouts? Coming soon…… but to start the ball rolling you can know that the first male Queen’s Scout in Belize is Queen’s Scout John Waight (Dr.) followed Robert (Bobby) Leslie from 1st Belize Holy Redeemer in 1965 and Robert Cadle from 5th Belize St. Mary’s Scout Group in 1969. Unfortunately, we have no photos of them. If someone reading this post can provide us with photos it would be appreciated. Pictured is Mr. John Waight (Dr.) Belize’s first Queen’s Scout.
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Mar 26 2020
We should now know that there are seven female Queen’s Scouts in Belize? In 2005 Victoria Burgos became the first female Queen’s Scout followed by Lisette Ordonez in 2007. Seven years after in 2014, four more females received the award, Kesilyn Lizama and Alexandria Smith from National Headquarters Venture Scout Unit, Aidian Flowers from 27th Cayo Santa Elena Jaguars Venture Scout Unit and Lisa Gideon from 14th Belize Sandhill Pancotto Venture Scout Unit. The seventh female Queen’s Scout in Belize is Reese Medina who received the award from His Excellency the Governor-General Sir Colville N. Young on November 4, 2017.
Reese is a member of the 27th Cayo Santa Elena Jaguars Venture Scout Unit.
Congratulations Reese and once again to the other six amazing young females for achieving the highest award in the Venture Scout program.
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