Non-profit, all volunteer Friends In Deed, operating out of Green Valley, Arizona, have been providing equipment at no charge to the handicapped for nearly 20 years. They receive donations of equipment every year and to make room for new equipment this year, they want to donate items to help the Rocky Point needy. Our Guest Blogger, Jack Hecker, is hoping to facilitate this generous offer helping to find good folks with a pickup or trailer who can bring the equipment to Rocky Point. Read about it and get the contact details in this blog!
Inclement weather last month hindered progress on lengthening the pier which was at 630 meters by month’s end. They were still able to continue building up the east side with 10 ton cubes to protect the small rock. “As it stands we have still added 50 meters in length to the pier, bringing it to 680 meters,” reported Wendy.
Interest and excitement for this, the fifth annual Las Vegas Night for Charity has been simply effervescent! Whether it’s because this year the event date falls on the 4th of July, or because attendees remember that it is a sold every year, Las Vegas Night for Charity is the major “buzz” throughout the community!out event
This year Roger invited a record 10 bands who grooved and jammed day and night through 27 performances during the four days…
CHARITIES, MISSIONARIES AND LOCAL EVENTS PACKED MAY, AND WILL MAKE JUNE JUMP WITH FUN AND LOCAL EVENTS!
To some, it will be an epicurean dream, to others, simply one of the best, if not the best, meals they’ve ever enjoyed,
FISH. The Restaurant is a dining adventure by internationally revered Chef Luca Appendino, located in the same venue where The Lighthouse Restaurant offered its fare for so many years.
We are reaching a point in our Home Port series where we will be dealing with the subject of Infrastructure, a subject made even more complex with the state government elections coming up on June 7th. Even if the same party is elected, the new officials could make priority changes, and more to the existing plans. We wait, and see…
Circus Mexicus is not just a musical event. What many of us look forward to each year is our Peacemaker Family coming together. I started a Facebook page four years ago in an effort to compliment fundraising efforts of the annual Hot Dog and A Smile event. It started out initially with the help of our good friends and Rocky Point residents Mark and Barb Olszewski getting us the Wish List. Each year our group has grown and now we have well over 500 members.
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…