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The Community of Nosara pitches in to make Santa Marta a Blue Flag School
School is out on the weekends, but this Saturday August 20 the campus at Santa Marta’s elementary school was alive with a flurry of activity. More than 100 people pitched in to help kick off the school’s ecological transformation. The event was part of the Adopt a Blue Flag School project spearheaded by Del Mar Academy’s Jessica Sheffield who is in charge of the schools ecological initiatives
Bingo for a Cause
Spirits were high at Pancho’s Restaurant on Wednesday August 17th as friends, family and visitors gathered to show their support for Shanna Bombard. Six lively rounds of Bingo were played in order to raise funds for Shanna’s cancer treatment.
Jacob Biopsy Revealed Terminal Brain Tumor
Family maintain hopes for future treatments
After weeks of agonizing anticipation Jacob Cameron and his Family have been given an answer. The growth found on the five-year-old’s brain stem was diagnosed as a diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma tumor.
Special Profile Mother's Day
Respect is key to contentment for Nicoyan mother of four generations
Simona Villegas Cortez is a mother to the superlative degree. She gave birth twelve times (six sons and six daughters) and has lived to see the birth of thirty grandchildren, nineteen great-grandchildren and, last August, the birth of her first great-great-grandchild. Simona is content and proud to be the matriarch of such a large family because they all respect her and each other.
Fishing to Survive
It is 6 a.m. on a gloomy Pelada morning. Eliecer Lopez and Alejandro Mejia are trying to pull Chaday, their boat, into the ocean. Her old, blue body is having a hard time moving across the sand. After a few tries, finally she is by the water. Waves are slowly starting to hit her, yet they are not strong enough to embrace her.