Back in 1999, the state of Sonora introduced a 25-page law designed specifically to protect the rights and preserve the facilitation of access for persons with disabilities. It’s called Ley 186 and it covers virtually every situation that persons with disabilities might encounter, especially in public areas and venues. Ley 186 encompasses the broadest definitions […]
There were so many great parties going on in Puerto Peñasco on New Year’s Eve that we thought, what a great night to go party crashing. The “we” includes my comrade and in crime, Mark Olszewski, who took every photo in this story, swings a mean camera and catches the most unsuspecting innocents in some great poses, […]
This impact study is aimed towards helping our readers understand more fully what a cruise ship departure and arrival port will mean to our little slice of paradise by the sea. In past articles we have covered statistics based on known actual expenditures by cruise passengers and crew members, proven arrival and departure patterns of […]
If you haven’t seen Mark Mulligan perform in person, then Sunday October 11th will be a good time to plan a fun night out at The Caribbean Parrot in Puerto Penasco…
Get healthy, have fun–bring your bicycle down to Rocky Point this weekend for the 7th Anniversary of Club Pelícanos Bicycle Race and Fun Ride starting at 8AM Sunday from Chango’s Seafood Restaurant and Bar in Sandy Beach….
The passion behind Adopt-a-Classroom is extraordinary, and what has kept it a major asset to K-12 schools in Puerto Penasco for the last 15 years. But Mark and Barb Olszewski are dedicated to helping in all aspects of society where there is need. They are hard to keep up with, but we do, because of their value to the community.
This year from June 8-13, for the first time in Utah Rotary District 5420 history, their annual conference was held not only outside Utah, but outside the U.S. Puerto Peñasco was the appreciative beneficiary of a phenomenal amount of Rotary services, donations, and presentations of valuable and needed equipment and funds during the conference…
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