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San Joachim Nursing Home

Mens’ Maintenance Group We will continue the usual projects like painting, cleaning, small plumbing jobs, and general maintenance chores are on our todo list. Two of the projects that we had anticipated doing this year, constructing new wooden beds, and refinishing the outside gates, have already been completed by other groups. We will be delivering 10 new dressers for the women’s wing, the funds for which were provided by the youth group, Jeun’Espoir at the end of last winter. Our first working session will be Tuesday morning January 9, 2019 at 9 am. Hope to see you there. Exercise Group is going strong. Paula is there every Tues and Thurs from 10-11ish. Come on down....
Services

Services

Looking for a good cleaning service? Karina Lara lives in Chicxulub and offers house cleaning services.  Her clients say she is very good.  You can find her at calle 27 x 28 y 30 or call at 999 136 5823 or 999 996 2534. David’s Restaurant Musica Dwain Sands is an Albertan, “get them up dancing” music maker. No cover…contributions in the big yellow bucket if you’re happy ! Wednesday Menu Specials Musica Guest Chef Jack Brown’s excellent lasagne and salad  155 pesos Conchita’s…from the wood fired oven, Short Ribs of beef, about 500 grams, cooked slowly in the wood fired oven, Provencal style on a bed of onions and carrots, served with lots of mashed potatoes and gravy.  245 pesos   (Sonora Beef from Chedraui’s…mmmmm!) Conchita’s classic Margaritas…on the rocks, with very fresh lime juice  60 pesos Reservations needed for Wednesday’s …in person, or asteroid.chix@hotmail.com Note We will book Dwain Sands for Friday’s and Saturdays…when available. Location David’s Restaurante Calle 27 halfway between Progreso and Chicxulub (In the middle of the block between SIX and OXXO…landline 969 103 9198) 9 am to 9 pm Tuesday to Saturday Cochinta Pibil Sunday morning from 7.30 while it lasts..breakfast menu until noon. Closed Sunday pm and Monday Special Events Birthdays, Anniversary’s other happy times…roast Yucatan lamb, or leg of pork in tamarind sauce. Conchita’s carrot cake. Private area on the patio. Swim anyone…we have one of the few heated pools on the coast. Lunch and a swim ! Music makers…a jam session We have a new Yamaha sound system…just plug and play. Ask Conchita. Reservations not required, but a “heads up” for...
Kids with Cancer

Kids with Cancer

AMANC (Asociacion Mexicana de Ayuda a Ninos Con Cancer), is an association that works with children diagnosed with cancer. The organization began in 2015 and works year round. It is located on calle 68 #533 x 65y67 in Centro (Merida). It is working year round and we can drop off PET products between 7AM – 8 PM found at calle 68 #533 x 65y67 in Centro. It is found on the grounds of the Mexican Red Cross. The organization is also accepting medical supplies such as baby wipes, large and jumbo baby diapers and adult diapers small, medium and large. Any money donated will be used to buy Pediasure the supplement that the children drink. If you prefer to take the cans to AMANC 0r O’Horan Clinic here is the price list: Pediasure 1.6 kg 780 pesos 900 kg 472 and carton of 16 tins 554 chocolate or vanilla flavour. This CICALFATE cream is used for children who are affected by severe diarrhea due to treatments. There are 226 children, ages 4-14 in the state of Yucatan and 70% of the visits are from children outside the Merida area. There are 2 children from the coastal area, 2 from Celestun, 1 from Ixil, 1 from San Crisanto 1 from Hunucma and 1 from Sinache Any assistance can be delivered to the Pediatric Oncology Social Worker who will ensure the children receive the...
Cruise Ship Visit

Cruise Ship Visit

December 4th was supposed to be the arrival of Julie and her group from Altrusa International of Temple (altrusatemple.org) Tempe Texas.  However the ship was rerouted and arrived a day early and we were able to manage the visit. We visited the Andres Quintana Roo afternoon school and also the site for the new home of the food bank and other programs. At the school we were welcomed “in English ” by Estafanie and Laura who spoke clearly and forcefully. Thanks to help from Lawson’s Tour Company and their great guides. The visit began with a welcome from Carlos, the grade 6 teacher and students doing a rhythmic presentation. The children at the school enjoyed the visitors who ran a story session for various levels of students. Rhythmic PresentationTeachers and Visitors End of day THANKS FOR...
Bingo has started!

Bingo has started!

Lorraine and her team hosted the first bingo session of the season at La Antigua. There was a total of 42 players and although the weather was cool there was lots of laughter and smiles! Thanks to the staff of La Antigua for their responsive quality service. Next bingo is on January 23rd at 3 PM same place come rain or shine. For sure I can promise there will be no...