Candlelight Vigil for Jasmine Lowe; We need your support.


The Cornerstone Foundation and the Scouts Association will be holding a candlelight vigil in memory of young  Jasmine Lowe.

When: Saturday 9th June 2012

Where:  In front of the San Ignacio  Police Station

Time:  Starting 7pm sharp

We need all to attend and support. Bring your candles and white t-shirts!  Let’s pray for our country and children.

The Community Reaches Out to Jasmine Lowe’s Family 06-06-12


ImageBarton Creek Outpost Belize is organizing a fund raising effort  to help Jasmine’s family at this time of great despair and need.

Chris and Jasmin Lowe worked the peanut butter/granola business together. She was an important part of that operation. We are taking a collection to help take the pressure off of Chris to get straight back to work. We will shortly announce a San Ignacio drop off point for funds. Additionally we will receive Paypal and credit card donations through our Paypal account. If you have paypal you can send your donation to belizebritts@yahoo.com. If you want to make a donation otherwise please contact us and we will send you a paypal invoice that you can pay with a credit/debit card. Any amount at all will be helpful. If you want to do something, this is it.

Donations to help Chris Lowe through this time can be made at the Pacz Tours office on Burns Ave. We can also receive your donations via credit/debit card or Paypal account. Please contact us if you wish to help in that manner. This is something significant, something real, we can do. Let’s come together.

-Reprinted from Barton Creek Outpost Belize Facebook Page

Kim Simplis Barrow Says Thank You


Yesterday, we finally got to hear from the First Lady herself, expressing gratitude to all those who sent her messages of encouragement:

My fright and panic after being admitted to the Intensive Care Unit and learning of the severe heart damage that the chemotherapy drugs have caused me, were greatly relieved by the knowledge that so many of you were praying for me, and willing me to survive this. I am truly grateful and it is impossible to properly describe the comfort that your outpouring of support has brought me. I thank each of you and want you to know that you motivate me to keep on fighting. It has been a draining, wrenching past few days. But while my heart will continue to be literally weak, it and my spirit are strengthened by your emails, texts and FB messages. The journey continues and I and my family will always be grateful. With God, your support and my determination, I look forward to the future. I ask all of you to continue to pray for all those on the battlefield of diseases. Thank you ALL!!

-Kim Simplis Barrow on her Facebook page 06-01-12