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  1. I just received this from the Voter Assistance Team: If you requested your ballot but haven’t received it, Vote From Abroad-Lake Chapala is offering three final in-person voting assistance sessions from 10 am to 1 pm at the Lake Chapala Society to help voters complete Federal Write-in Absentee Ballots (FWABs): Tuesday, October 20,· Thursday, October 22, and Tuesday, October 27. Also, there is an outside chance that people who still need to register to vote and/or request their overseas absentee ballots might still be able to do so. Check your state’s dea
  2. The Department of State is proposing an adjustment to their schedule of fees for Consular Services. . The Department is incorporating the domestic authentications fee into the Schedule of Fees and increasing it from $8 to $20. Comments must be received by December 15, 2020. You can submit your comments at: http://www.regulations.gov and search for the Regulatory Information Number (RIN) 1400–AE12 or docket number DOS–2018–0037. Mail (paper, disk, or CD–ROM): U.S. Department of State, Office of the Comptroller, Bureau of Consular Affairs (CA/C), SA–17 8th Floor, Washington, DC 2
  3. DON'T FORGET TO VOTE. Remember each state's rules are a bit different and some counties have their own rules as well. If you haven't already done so, request your ballot NOW. All states provide an online method of accessing your ballot. If you are from one of the following 26 states/jurisdictions, you can return your voted ballot by EMAIL or ONLINE UPLOAD: AL, AZ, CO, DC, DE, HI, IA, IN, KS, MA, ME, MO, MS, MT, NC, ND, NE*, NM, NV, OR, RI, SC, UT, WA, WV, WY* *Nebraska voters must get their Local Election Official's approval to return a voted ballot electronically. *Wyoming
  4. I was told years ago (can't remember by who) that some hospitals will accept older donors, but they don't make that public knowledge. Do check with Cruz Roja - I know they had a list of possible donors but I don't know the current status. LCS was considering maintaining a list as well so check with them as well.
  5. Something to keep in mind is that services cost a lot less here. We are used to paying 200-300 pesos for a small job that we'd pay $30 - 40.00 for NOB. Make sure that works in your budget.
  6. Thanks Alan. I finally entered the right search term and the church is Nuestra Señora Del Pilar. According to Mr Google, "The modern Fiestas del Pilar, as they developed since the 19th century, begin on the weekend preceding 12 October and they end on the Sunday after 12 October (i.e. they move between 5–13 and 11–19 October)."
  7. The Catholic Church at San Lucas and Hidalgo has been having evening services (bells announcing) every evening at 6 PM for over a week. Unfortunately the services are accompanied by very loud cahotes lasting from about 5:30 to 7 PM. My dogs are nearly hysterical. I don't remember this happening before. I was hoping it was an anniversary of some sort and would only last a week. If it is for that chapel's particular saint, any idea how long it will last?
  8. Hardly. Lisa has shown herself to fit the SCOTUS definition of obscene - no redeeming social value - time and time again since she arrived in 2012. You haven't been around long enough to appreciate the depths she can navigate.
  9. The Guadalajara Reporter is in no way associated with the Lake Chapala Reporter and the Puerto Vallarta Reporter. Lisa used the names to try to confuse folks.
  10. Just received this update from the LCS Voter Assistance team. PLEASE VOTE! Yesterday we announced the continuation of in-person Voter Assistance Sessions at the Lake Chapala Society in Ajijic. Please note that these sessions will be held ONLY ON TUESDAYS THROUGH THE MONTH OF OCTOBER from 10-1 pm. Entering the LCS Campus from the lakeside, south entrance on Del Paseo is the most convenient. We are located on the Neill James Mural Art Patio next to the Gazebo. If you are not already registered, check your state's deadline for registration. Some deadlines are currently
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