Flamingo/Potrero News

July 6, 2011

La Paz Community School hosted a Student Arts Festival June 23, with 60 La Paz kids among at least 100 other students from 25 schools around Guanacaste. All the students competed in various art forms including music, poetry, dancing, singing, sculpture and painting.

The nonprofit CEPIA is holding a summer camp July 4 to 15 at its center in Huacas. Activities will take place from 9 to 11 a.m. and from 2 to 4 p.m. The organization is seeking volunteers one hour per week to share the activity of their choice with the children. For more information, contact CEPIA Director Sandrine Tcherniack at 2653-8533 or 8852-5187.

Tony de Quinta Hojancha, the German butcher, works in partnership with Cécile Trudeau at her bakery Cécile La Panadera del Pueblo at the Conchal commercial center in Brasilito. He offers weekly specials on many different cuts of fresh meats. To place an order for delivery to the bakery, call Cécile at 2654-6061 or 8362-3652.

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