THE two-day Immaculate Conception Lami Parish Bazaar aims to strengthen and unite the Lami community.
Many people turned up for the opening of the bazaar yesterday by Williams and Gosling chief executive officer, Fernando Lobendahn.
Mr Lobendahn said as a community, people did not live in isolation but were dependent on each other for their existence.
He said everybody's day began with the family and it was within the family that people needed enhancing and development in building the community.
"It is also through respecting the individuals that a community can grow.It is important for people within the community to strengthen their relationship particularly those who serve the community everyday.
"I envision that we will continue in the building of the Lami community," said Mr Lobendahn.