So put your money on a Ducky’s behind for just $5 dollars—or even better, get three numbers on three Duckies for just $10 dollars, and the coup de Ducky?, get six Duckies racing for you for just $20 ducks—err–bucks! All your money is going to make a bunch of Puerto Peñasco school children able to study more with the right kinds of supplies through the nonprofit organization, Adopt-a-Classroom, which helps thousands of kids in 13 schools, including one school in Port Lobo.
Sandy Spain and Barb Olszewski get together every year and throw a great old fashioned pancake breakfast and silent auction that raises money to pay the electric bills to keep the non-profit Esperanza Para Nueva Vida Community Center in San Rafael open during the summer. This has kept the kids off the streets and the parents learning skills such as sewing, haircutting and computer use for years…
This is a very popular boat trip that sells out every year because folks love to help Mark and Barb Olszewski raise money for school supplies and other needs of the 13 schools and 4400 students they’ve been helping for the last 15 years. Tickets are only $55 per person and this year the trip will be aboard the beautiful and spacious 96 ft. Pacifica. So there’s plenty of room for your ice chest (this is a BYO affair), your snorkel gear and most anything else you want to bring along. The trip departs at 8:00AM on Sunday May 24th.
Saturday July 4th is the date to mark on your calendar for this year’s Las Vegas Night for Charity, arguably the most fun event in Puerto Peñasco and a sell out every year since its inception. Again this year the event will be held in the beautifully appointed Los Volcanes ballroom in the Sonoran Sky Resort Condominium…
“We have these tirelessly determined parents who have exhausted every means for taking care of their little son”, informs Mark. Their insurance, which covered most of the medical trips, was on the verge of expiring—that is until Mark and Frank spent some time with this small child who has already broken the “Cuteness” meter and, as Mark puts it, “Pulled every string in my heart, for sure.”
With so many good hearted groups and individuals eager to help the community they love to visit or reside in, there’s hardly, if ever, a day where amazing acts of kindness and charity don’t change the life of a child, a family or a whole neighborhood of children or adults.
From early evening throngs of visitors moved in waves toward the Malecon for sunset, more beers and even more bandas and music, making the weekend one wild, colorful, continuous national Mexican party…These photos show that even the adjusted projections may not have been high enough.
Dates are set, tickets are selling at a quick pace, and RCPM is surely already looking forward to wrapping up their Spring tour at their favorite 3rd World cantina. There are ten other bands invited by Roger & The Peacemakers to join them at Circus Mexicus this year. It’s not unusual for them to invite […]
Even with only 30 of the world’s 2000 cruise ports, North America remains the dominant market with a global share of 55.5%. The U.S. truly drives the world’s cruise market, contributing $44.1 billion to the U.S. economy generating 363.133 US jobs paying wages of $18.3 billion. The cruise industry impacted the economies of all 50 US states in 2013…
The name Baja has nothing to do with the Baja 1000 shops, it is a small personal shop owned and operated by Ingeniero Mauro Tejeda Cervantes of Servicio Automotriz Baja located on the small unpaved Calle “Los Alamos” one block east of Sinaloa off Miguel Hidalgo (Calle 13 turns into Miguel Hidalgo when it crosses Benito Juarez at Santander Bank.) The gregarious and personable Mauro, actually named his business after his alma mater, the Universidad Autónoma de Baja, California (UABC) where he earned his Mechanical Engineering degree with specialization in Automotive Fuel Injection Systems in all major American and foreign vehicles.