Spanish Lookout Community Celebrates Sixty-Five Years in Belize

Spanish Lookout Community Celebrates Sixty-Five Years in Belize

The Mennonite Community of Spanish Lookout in the Cayo District celebrated over six decades in Belize. Over the weekend, the community held a commemorative ceremony to mark 65 years since the first set of Mennonites migrated from Mexico and settled in Belize. Since then, the community has flourished into an agricultural and industrial giant. Reporter Giovanna Moguel has the story. 

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