More Community News
Free First Aid Seminar Hosted In Samara
“Guys, this is life or death,” explained paramedic Marvin Mora Zamora from the Red Cross of Nicoya, as he demonstrated how to verify if someone is breathing after an accident and how to open the person’s airway.
Indiginous Community Matambuguito Fights For the Right to Organize
Matambuguito, a community of about 200 people belonging to the Chorotega Indigenous Reserve of Matambu won a victory fighting for the free right to organize on Sunday, February 26th when they officially constituted their own Association of Specific Development, and most of the community turned up for the celebration.
Fiestas Raise Less Money for Communities This Year
With more requirements creating new expenses, as well as the economic situation straining spending, this year’s fiestas in Samara and Nosara raised considerably less funds for the communities.
Brief Community News
– Samara Earns the Blue Flag
– Guiones Tourist Police Now Have A Car