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Posted: Friday, February 17, 2017. 1:40 pm CST.

By BBN Staff: The Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture, through the National Sports Council (NSC), today announced that they worked in conjunction with the Queen’s Square community in Belize City to enhance the safety of youth who wish to participate in sporting and recreational activities.

Through a lighting project implemented by NSC, Queen’s Square residents are now enjoying brighter evenings and nights on their basketball court.

The NSC also assisted the residents in fixing security lights in the area to deter violence and criminal activities. This is a part of a wider government initiative of promoting citizen security through sports and recreation.

The Council thanks the residents of Queen’s Square and the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture for this opportunity to serve the people of Belize City in a way that facilitates their greater engagement in sports.

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