Special Announcement


announcement-2013This August issue will be Kay Davis’ last Lakeside Living column. Kay has been with the Ojo, on and off, for several years, and a more resourceful, conscientious and loyal associate we will never find. Kay now moves on to new challenges, and as she does our entire staff wish her great success.
Luckily, Sandy Olson, another member of the Ajijic Writers’ Group, will come on as the editor of the column, commencing with our September issue. Sandy lived in San Francisco before moving to Mexico. Formerly a community college instructor, she first moved down here in 1988, to start a scuba diving business in Zihuatanejo and relocated here last September. She can be reached at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Welcome, Sandy!

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