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January 14, 2017
Fourteen Leaders in the Corozal District received training on Saturday January 14, 2017. The Course, an Introduction into Scouting, is a one-day Course which runs for about 8 hours.
Members from the various Scout Groups in the Corozal District met at St. Paul’s Anglican School in Corozal Town on Monday December 5, 2016 to get acquainted with each other, share information on Scouting and set a date for up-coming training. Members present agreed to hold a General Information Course on January 14, 2017 and will be held at the Corozal Methodist School auditorium. The meeting was organized by District Scout Commissioner Mr. Everaldo Puck and had the support from Ricardo Alcoser, Sr. Field Executive and Hilberto Riverol the Executive Director from The Scout Association of Belize.
The Corozal District Currently has four active Scout Groups
In preparation for the up-coming No. 4 Interamerican Leadership Training Course to be held in Guatemala later this month, Queen’s Scout Kesilyn Lizama travelled to that country to do preparatory work (Staff Development).
This is what she had to say after attending Staff Development:
A lot of work has been done to assemble this diverse, creative, intelligent & super fun group of Staffers to staff the 4th Interamerican Leadership Training Course. I'm looking forward to December to continue working along with them on our shared mission of Creating a Better World. I'm so lucky to have these guys around smile emotion:) - at Campo Escuela San Jorge Muxbal.
Kesilyn Lizama - Third Row far Right
We want to wish Kesilyn the best as she embarks on her third course as a staffer.