Governor General Colville Young of Belize

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knighthoods to rock and roll guitar players and others.
Young was interested in seeing Belize's development in academia and education, and after returning from England began trying to advance the nation in that regard.
Sir Colville Young has two sisters (Myrna and Jean) and a younger brother (Wally.
His granddaughter Natasha Young has maintained the family's musical preeminence as a student at the University of North Florida.
Second son Lynn Young is an engineer and the CEO of Belize Electricity Limited.
Third son Carlton Young is also a self employed engineer and is owner of Young's Engineering Consultancy, while the only daughter Maureen Young is an Accountant living in Florida.
Young is the first member of his family to complete high school.
A man of many talents, Sir Colville Young is also a poet, a writer of short stories, a linguist, and a preserver of Belizean folklore, folk songs and local proverbs.
As Governor General, Sir Colville Young has served Belize with quiet dignity and grace, and represented her in the same manner.
A claim Sir Colville Young says is now ours to end.
Young has a stated interest in promoting the development of Belizean music.
In addition to producing his own and getting his family into it, Young has actively contributed to efforts in Belizean schools to maintain music as an educational staple.
stage line from Spokane to Fort Spokane.
Modest, almost reticent, Jock Young is a painter and printmaker with a national reputation.
Working in the landscape genre, Young is at once traditional and contemporary, leaving the viewer in a most positive frame of mind, where the reference to the past, with all its familiarity, is presented in a context of modern landscape-painting practice.
Jock Young is the artist showing his latest paintings and prints here.
Colville Young has been responsible for donating musical instruments to almost 100 schools and institutions throughout the country, including San Pedro High School.
Young is completing her bachelor of arts in violin studies at UNF, having transferred from Belize in 2003.
In addition to pre-interning at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts this semester, Young has been a member of the UNF Orchestra for the past three years, playing first-violin under the direction of conductor Dr.