Manuel Antonio / Quepos Tidings

September 11, 2012

Sadly, Harry Bodaan will be taking at least a two-month break from being the president of the Chamber of Commerce. He would like to give the other board members a chance to catch up on their respective committee agendas and municipality leadership an opportunity to make critical decisions before his return.

Kids Saving the Rainforest wants to thank the community for supporting its Wildlife Rescue Center Fundraiser. Here are some of the people the organization is grateful to: Anita Myketuk, Amigos del Río, Arenas del Mar, Aguas Azules Parasailing, Brisas de Nara, Byblos Hotel, Finca Amanecer, Jungle Juice, La Foresta Nature Resort, Le Priss, Lost in Translation, Mark Goldstein, Mass Surf School, Massage Pura Vida Os, Rainforest Adventures Team, Sanchos Restaurant, Spa Holis, Sunset Sails, Titi Canopy, Rafiki Tours, Victoria Restaurant, Portasol, Raphael’s Terraza, Safari Mangrove Tours and the many more who are trying to help KSTR save the rescue center!

–Jennifer Rice

jennifer@kidssavingtherainforest.org

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