Saturday, July 20, 2024

Under the Sun & Stars – Celebrations Galore!

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Happy Birthday Morgaine!

L – R, Alice Corrigan, Tiegan Jones, Lily Hayden, Morgaine Jones and Olivia Oldham.

Morgaine Jones celebrated her 13th birthday with friends while on a very special “Croc Eye Shine Tour” with the American Crocodile Education Sanctuary/ACES team. The young animal enthusiasts enjoyed learning about crocodiles and their habitats while using flashlights the ACES team spotted the red eye-shine of the reptiles hidden within the mangroves. The highlight of the night was when the girls had the opportunity to partake in the release of a small croc that had been under the care of ACES. Deemed healthy and ready to be released; the party girls chose to name the croc Felix and bid him a farewell back to the wild.

Happy Birthday Kyna and Melanie!

Close friends (l) Kyna Hyde (22/02) (24/02) and (r) Melanie Halliday decided to pool together and have a combined birthday bash at Skybox, on Wednesday February 2nd. Friends and family gathered for dancing, food and drinks. All had a wonderful time. Happy Birthday to both ladies and friends and family wish you many, many more!

Congratulations Newlyweds!!

Well-known lovebirds Helda Santos and Robert “Robbie” Pritchard of Roadkill Bar tied the knot on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 at a beachside ceremony at Coral Bay Villas.
With friends and family there to share the exchange of personal vows, the afternoon was filled with romance and love. With her daughter Isabella as one of the flower girls, Helda was a radiant bride. Robbie and best man Peter Lawrence donned traditional Scottish kilts.
After a private family dinner, the wedding party reception moved to Roadkill Bar, for a more than appropriate Wednesday night Karaoke extravaganza. Congratulations to the happy couple, and The San Pedro Sun joins everyone in wishing the newlyweds a lifetime of love and happiness!

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