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Rubber Ducky Race Funds Already Contributing to Fun and Learning for Neighborhood Girls!

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The fundraising goal for the Rubber Ducky Race in July was to raise enough money to cover the utility bills to keep the La Esperanza Para Nueva Vida Community Center open throughout the sweltering summer months so that scheduled programs could continue without a break in consistency. Just like the first race two years ago, the funds raised at this year’s race…

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Donated Adopt-a-Classroom School Supplies Need a Ride from Phoenix to Rocky Point

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As often happens with trusted charities like Adopt-a-Classroom, there is a literal league of loyal donors who can be counted on every year to play a major part in helping the organization reach, or, in the case of Barb and Mark, exceed their goals. This year, one of their more consistent over-achievers has gathered more donations than they can carry down in their busy schedule. They are Harold and Kathy Tuttle, who themselves founded “La Esperanza para la Nueva Vida” Community Center…

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Dive Shop and Activity Center at Sonoran Sea is a One Stop Shop for All Your Beach and Sea Activities

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The “Dive Shop” or “Activity Center”, as it’s commonly referred to is owned and operated by Daniel Guemes Castorena and his wife, Erika Reyna Castro, both PADI certified divers and much more. Daniel is a PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC) Staff Instructor which means he is qualified to teach the teachers all the way to the Master Diver level. Erika herself is a PADI certified Assistant Instructor and Open Water Scuba Instructor. In other words, if you’re looking for PADI certification at any level, you cannot do better than the Dive Shop at Sonoran Sea Resort.

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Auto Theft is Infrequent in Rocky Point and This Might be the Reason Why….

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Puerto Peñasco is so much more than a friendly beach town for rest and relaxation. Once again, our residents have proven how quickly they can come to the aid of visitors in those rare situations when something does go wrong.

In the case of Sonoran Sea Resort owners, Pam Ross-Fogel and husband Bob, they were recipients of a full and impressive dose of the kind of caring action that our residents are capable of pouring forth when the going gets tough.

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Ducks in a raft; Sharks in a shiver: What do you call a group of…?

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When conducting research for the blog on Barb’s great Rubber Ducky Race in July, the rather creative term for a group of ducks, “a paddling” (along with several others as in the headline above), got us wondering how much fun it would be to see what words our imaginative ancestors came up with to describe groups of other animals. And sure enough, it was certainly an interesting delve into history, conflict and clever interpretation dating, in some cases, back to the 16th century…

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Popular Demand: Mermaid’s Market Encores Sonoran Spa Lobby for One Day Exhibit Labor Day Weekend Saturday August 31st.

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After a successful event was held in the air conditioned luxury of the Sonoran Spa Beachfront Resort Condominium Lobby in July, it will return to that same location by popular demand for a one day exhibition on Saturday August 31st of Labor Day weekend. You’ll be able to satisfy your most pedantic arts and crafts cravings at this event from 10:00 AM until 3:00 PM…

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With Schools Beginning In August, Adopt-A-Classroom In Need of School Supplies for Kids

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Schools in Mexico start up in August, and thus do the needs for school supplies by the nonprofit charity organization, Adopt-a-Classroom founded in 2003 by Rocky Point residents, Barb and Mark Olszewski. Throughout every year they have acted as the central distribution point, including delivery, to 11 schools in Rocky Point and one in Port Lobos a little over 2 hours drive south, helping provide educational supplies to nearly 10,000 kids…

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How Manuel Belen Perez Brings the Art of Ancient Aztec Palm Woven Baskets to Current Day Puerto Peñasco

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The Perez family follows a tradition of basket weaving that dates back to the Spanish conquest in the 1500’s when indigenous Aztec tribal populations (actually called ‘families’ rather than tribes) scattered to the mountain sides in fear of Spanish leader, Hernan Cortés and reestablished their way of life in the isolation and protection of the rugged mountainous regions in the Mexican state of Guerrero…

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Rotary International Youth Clubs of Utah and Families Helping Families Work Together to Build Homes for Rocky Point Families

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A group of about 100 generous and dedicated youth from the Utah District of Rotary International Interact and Rotaract Youth Clubs arrived in our little slice of paradise by the sea to build a home for a deserving mother and her three children. And that they did! As it has been for the last four years, this was a joint effort of the American Nonprofit Corporation, Families Helping Families Mexico, Inc, their Mexican Nonprofit, Casas Perpetuales Parker, AC and Rotary International…

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