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No_Image_AvailableWe are more than two months away from kicking off the September Celebrations and the National September Celebrations Committee has already picked a theme for this year.


The announcement was made and this year’s festivities will be carried out under the theme “Industrious hands, intelligent minds, together for Belize.”


The theme, which was submitted by Denise Bowman, will be used to celebrate the countries 216th anniversary of the Battle of St. George’s Caye and the 33rd anniversary of Independence.


According to the committee the theme was chosen because it quotes “evokes a spirit of nationalism and a call to work for Belize and overall it encourages national unity and a call to recognize how we can contribute to the development of Belize.” End quote.

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