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Henry Gill Boys & Girls Boxing Club opens May 5 at top floor of Body 2000 building

BELIZE CITY, Mon. May 4, 2015–A dream has finally become reality for veteran Belizean boxer Henry “Boxer” Gill, who announced this afternoon that his gym, the Henry Gill Boys & Girls Boxing Club, will open its doors tomorrow, Tuesday, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on the top floor of the Body 2000 building on Coney Drive.

“We’re a non-profit organization,” advised Gill, “and boys and girls from 7 to 17 years old are welcome, free of charge, to join the boxing club. We deliberately set the time so that the youths can attend the gym after school in the evenings, and the gym will be open daily from Monday to Friday, and continue through the school holidays and when school reopens.”

Gill said his club is presently being sponsored by Mr. Tom Tillett, who is involved in the tourism business.

Interested youths, or parents who want their kids to get involved in a positive and disciplined outlet should contact Henry “Boxer” Gill at 666-8091.


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