Flamingo/Potrero News

August 26, 2010

Mar y Sol Restaurant in Flamingo closed its doors Aug. 23 for rainy-season vacation time. The longtime local eatery will reopen in November.

The Electric Storm gave a hot performance recently at Marie’s Restaurant in Flamingo. DC (bass and vocals), Dave Nelson (guitar), Brian (guitar and backing vocals) and Pitilo (drums) played rock, blues and ’70s and ’80s classics, along with new songs, throughout the evening.

The Great Ideas Women’s Group continues to meet monthly to catch up on news, share stories and raise funds for its school scholarship project to help area students attend college.

Happy birthday to August celebrants Bruce Bennett of Flamingo and Annllancell Chamberlain and Gene Martin Jr. of Potrero. And congratulations to Gregory and Monica Fleurbaey of the Oki Doki (formerly the B & B Lodge) in Potrero, big sisters Naomi and Chloe and granddad Freddy on the birth of baby Shenoa.

Welcome back to Flamingo Marina Resort condo owners Dave and Penny Gerlach from Hawaii. Also, a belated welcome home to JR, Maylynn, Cameron and Avery Wilson of Potrero and Vicky, Ashlee and Olivia Goodloe of Flamingo, who returned from a wonderful trip to Alaska.

Facebook Comments

You may be interested

Alajuelense eliminated in the Costa Rican Clausura
Soccer
2 views
Soccer
2 views

Alajuelense eliminated in the Costa Rican Clausura

AFP and The Tico Times - April 21, 2019

Liga Deportiva Alajuelense tied 2-2 against the reigning champion, Club Sport Herediano, and was eliminated from the semifinals of the…

Costa Rica bets on ending fossil fuel use by 2050
Climate Change
24 views
Climate Change
24 views

Costa Rica bets on ending fossil fuel use by 2050

Marco Sibaja / AFP - April 21, 2019

Eric Orlich and his wife Gioconda Rojas own two electric vehicles, which they charge at home in the garage thanks…

Pic of the Day: Costa Rica’s Isla Nublar (aka Cocos Island)
Pic of the Day
93 views
Pic of the Day
93 views

Pic of the Day: Costa Rica’s Isla Nublar (aka Cocos Island)

Alejandro Zúñiga - April 18, 2019

Isla Nublar, the setting for much of the "Jurassic Park" series, is unfortunately not a real Costa Rican island. Cocos…

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!