Fahn Heng Kindola pahn Doari tu La Ruta Maya eena Kanoo

Evri Bileez pikni laan eena skool bowt Baron Blis: Baron Henry Edward Ernest Victor Bliss
(ahn pikni laan aal a ih nayhm tu!). Wel, sins di taim wen di Baron mi lef ih moni fi Bileez,
adarels pipl help owt tu, soh mek govament mi chaynj di nayhn a dis Maach 9t haliday . Di
legasi a Baron Blis liv aan eena sohn bildin weh wi paas evriday ahn maita nat eevn noa. Laik
di bildin aafa Prinses Maagrit Jraiv ahn St. Taamas St. eena Bileez Siti weh di Nersin Skool
doz deh bifoa ih mi jain az paat a Yooniversiti a Bileez. Tudeh,wi shyaa wid unu di paat bowt
Baron Blis wi di put op pahn di Bileez Kriol  wiki websait. Wi di mek it wid Mista Vicente
Costalago:  https://bzj.miraheze.org/wiki/Main_Page  


                  Evribadi kaal ahn Baron Blis: Henry Edward Ernest Victor Bliss, 4
Baron Bliss (16 Febiweri 1869 – 9 Maach 1926). Hihn bi baan da Inglan ahn
travl rong di werl. Baron Blis mi lef nayli too milyan dalaz (Bileez moni
amonk)tu wahn chros fon fu help di Bileez pipl, wichin at di taim da-mi
British Honduras.

           Baron Blis Day: Soon afta hihn mi ded, di govment mi mek 9 Maach
bee Baron Blis Day, wahn  nashanal poblik haliday. Eena Novemba 2008,
dis day naym geh chaynj tu Nashanal Heeroz ahn Benifaktaz Day. Tudeh
day, wi ga di haliday fu dis day pahn di Mondeh kloasis tu 9 Maach, ada
dan wen 9 Maach faal pahn wahn Satideh.

Henry Edward Ernest Victor Bliss, 4th Baron Bliss, commonly known as Baron Bliss (16
February 1869 – 9 March 1926), was a British-born traveller who willed nearly two million Belize
dollars to a trust fund for the benefit of the citizens of what was then the colony of British Honduras,
now Belize.  Baron Bliss Day: Soon after his death, the government declared 9 March to be Baron
Bliss Day, a national public holiday. In November. 2008 this was renamed to National Heroes and
Benefactors Day, and is now observed the Monday closest to 9 March, unless it falls on a Saturday.

 
Tudeh day, Bileez stil du lee bit a doari rays, weh yu ku si how doari man (er uman tu!)
heng kindola: Stan op pahn di said a di doari ahn leen owt fi balans it ahn help it
ton ahn tak eena di win ahn rays lang!
Tudeh, di moa papula rays da La Ruta Maya.
Kanoo, noh doari, da weh wahn teem yooz fi rays oava 3 dayz lang di Bileez Riva. Da
wahn gud gud rays tu, bot Ah mos seh mee stil laik wach mi doari rays, oal stail!

Silvaana Udz, Ed.D da fahn Bileez. If yu waahn tel shee bowt sohnting speshal fu put eena dis Kriol
  aatikl, eemayl: sudz142@gmail.com          Vizit: www.nationalkriolcouncil.org


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