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Posted: Monday, August 17, 2020. 11:00 am CST.

By BBN Staff: Former educator Luis Gentle, affectionately known as “ Mr. Gig”, engaged in an initiative to prevent erosion along the river banks of the Macal River this weekend.

Gentle took the time this weekend to plant ceiba trees on the river bank of his own accord because he saw the issue of erosion becoming a greater issue in the community.

Gentle says that he is planting the trees to secure the banks of the Macal River and urges everyone who sees the trees to take care of them.

Gentle is well-known in Santa Elena and San Ignacio as he served as an educator at the Santa Elena Primary School for many years sharing his knowledge, wisdom and experience with generations of children of the community.

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