LIFE Celebrates Mother’s Day

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

May 16, 2023

LIFE’S mother’s were filled with excitement as they gathered to celebrate Mother’s Day recently, attending a day full of prizes and surprises.

The day started off with a prayer by one of our mothers. After which, prizes were given to the oldest mother and the youngest mother. Games and music were played and poems were shared to commemorate the day. There was also time to take pictures at our picture booth.

BINGO was also played and prizes won. A hearty plate of Belizean white rice, split peas and dumpling, with stewed chicken and a side of vegetables was served with powder buns for dessert. In addition, all mother’s received a large bottle of shower gel, an individual-sized banana cake and a handmade card.

Birthdays for the month were also celebrated. Each person celebrating a birthday received an individual birthday cake and a handmade card.

All left feeling happy and shared how much they enjoyed the gathering.

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  1. Basanti Lakra

    A very nice and creative ways of celebrating Mother’s Day Carlett. LIFE is really doing good adding life, joy and quality in the lives of the inmates. May they be blessed and be happy!

  2. Maggie Cooper

    Wow! How good to see you at your party! Your party sounded WONDERFUL! Blessings all of you especially to Sr. Carlette who made the party happen!
    More love ❤️ to all of you!!!

  3. Rosemarie Kirwan

    I saw Mommy and Grandma. Happy Mothers’ Day to both, and to the rest of LIFE’s mothers.


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