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Screen_Shot_2015-02-16_at_8.40.43_PMA newly formed Youth Group is starting to leave their mark with humanitarian gestures and outreach initiatives to the community of Orange Walk Town. We are talking about the La Inmaculada Youth Group who were showing the love to our golden citizens this past Sunday at the Zenobia Meggs Helpage Center. Shamin Urbina who is the Youth Leader says they are looking at recruiting new members into their proactive group.

Shamin Urbina – Youth leader

“We want our youths to reach out to other people because as you may know we want to give out youth to God and not only our older days as it is the best time of our lives so we want to give this part of our lives to God so that someday someone can wait for us.”

Maria Novelo – Reporter

“Who are we?”

Shamin Urbina – Youth leader

“Our group is made up of mainly youths made up of between the ages of 13 and 23 but we also have other people that are older and mainly from the Orange Walk community.”

Maria Novelo – Reporter

“Is this an exclusive activity will you guys continue to do more stuff for the community?”

Shamin Urbina – Youth leader

“Yes, definitely we will be having, we want to give back to our community in other ways so we will definitely be having other programs like for mother’s day, fathers’ day or anything that we can give back to Orange Walk and the reason why we are recruiting youths is because as I said the youth is the best part of our lives and I believe we can give to God something because it is not only in receiving but is in giving that we will receive and I really look forward to seeing this group grow and it is growing so I hope to see Orange Walk support in anyway so please come and you can join us at La Inmaculada Auditorium at 3pm any Sunday we are always there and you are welcome.”

A total of 12 senior citizens were treated to an afternoon of fun, games and play. The elderly were also given a grocery hamper to take home, which were contributions from the community in Orange Walk Town.

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