Posted: Thursday, March 7, 2019. 1:11 pm CST.
By BBN Staff:The Office of the Music Ambassador, Shyne Barrow, has issued a statement informing that as a part of the Belize student choir tour, it will be hosting a 100-member student choir from the United States of America.
The concert will be held at the Mae Gordon park in Belmopan City on Saturday, March 9. The one hour concert will commence at 7:00 p.m.
The free concert will also feature local Belizean artist, Cocono Bwai.
Barrow thanks co-hosts for this event: the Belmopan City Council, the Government of Belize, iServants.com and First Baptist ministry.
Representing the US Choir Tour Group is Dr. Paul Whisnant. Whisnant has served in Belize as a Missionary since 1990, helping Churches and doing humanitarian work.
In 2017, Dr. Paul was named as Belize’s first Honorary Humanitarian Ambassador. The title was bestowed on Belizean/American by Senator Ashley Rocke.
Following the Belmopan concert, the group will host an event on Sunday, March 10, at 10:00 a.m., at San Roman Baptist Church, in San Roman, Stann Creek. The group will also be hosting events in Toledo
In addition to singing, the U.S. students will be serving children at the iServants’ Feed-A-Child program, giving away soccer uniforms and hosting sports day events with local schools and churches across Belize.
The iServants ministry has impacted thousands of people, primarily in the Stann Creek and Toledo districts, and across the entire country of Belize. The ministry is uniquely comprised of a staff of over 150 which are predominantly Belizeans.
For more information on how you can help, email [email protected] or visit www.iServants.com.
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