By BBN Staff: The Belize Progressive Party (BPP) today celebrated its first anniversary.
The party says that it is “The New Political Consciousness of Belize”.
In commemoration of this occasion, the party has chosen to provide a community service to senior citizens.
The BPP will visit three senior care facilities throughout the country, namely: The Sister Cecilia Home in Belize City, the Golden Haven Facility in Hattieville and the Octavia Waight Home in San Ignacio, at which time they shall provide care packages for each resident.
A special feature of this occasion involves the donation of a classic “Kennedy Rocking Chair”, one to each facility, courtesy of Hummingbird Furnishings Ltd. of Belmopan.
The party has embarked on this community effort and encourages all Belizeans to provide senior citizens with the love, respect and subsequent dignity they deserve.
The party says that “Our senior citizens are “golden”, for they represent a vital connection to our nation’s history, which is critical toward shaping Belize’s future, as their wealth of wisdom is immeasurable.”
The party also reiterated its solidarity with the BNTU and all social partners in their efforts to ensure that good governance practises and principles prevail in Belize.
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