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  1. Anyone have a large dog crate you want to get rid of?
  2. We are now open from 8:30 to noon Thursday, Friday, and Saturday with evening hours on Friday and Saturday from 7:00 - 10 pm serving pies and fruit empanadas. You can find us on the south side of the plaza in the orange and white Pro Mexico building. http://magicaltokenstore.weebly.com/
  3. Ken, thank you so much for your generosity by donating some paintings to our new cafe. We look forward to seeing you tomorrow. Jonnie
  4. Ken, how wonderful. I will come by on Friday around 1:30. Thanks so much for thinking of us. See you on Saturday too!
  5. Volunteers from the Token Store in San Juan Cosala have been working for months with a group of five village ladies. Nora, Jonnie, and Nancy have helped these women learn how to start a business, how to keep records, how to create a budget, and how to bake foods for the Expat community. A large part of of start-up money was from a grant provided by Saint Andrews Church. The ladies have also been making and selling items to add to the fund. The ladies are very excited to announce that Cafe La Canasta will host an Open House on September 30, from 3:00-5:00 PM. Guests will be asked to taste and rate muffins to determine which ones the cafe will offer. Please join us to meet these five delightful ladies and be entertained by the well-known musician, Paul Brier. The cafe will open the following Thursday and will also serve French-pressed coffee, specialty teas, juices, and breakfast burritos.
  6. Does anyone know if the renewal can be done online yet? If so, what is the website address. Thanks
  7. If you would like to order please send an email to: nancyb1123@hotmail.com You will be notified when the trap is ready. This project is just starting so it may be a week or two before they are ready since we already have over 150 orders.
  8. From http://geo-mexico.com/?p=14322 Update – 11 July 2017: Panic over! Geologists from UNAM have discounted the possibility that this is the birth of a new volcano and determined that this is a “geothermal fault” giving rise to a phenomenon that is more similar to the fumaroles found in some areas where volcanoes were previously active. The Lake Chapala area is part of Mexico’s Volcanic Axis which was very tectonically active millions of years ago. I remember reading some time ago (but can't find it now) that a caldera has no entry or exit for the water which would make Lake Chapala NOT a caldera. There are only 5 in Mexico. From Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caldera List of volcanic calderas Mexico Amealco Caldera (Querétaro) Las Cumbres Caldera (Veracruz-Puebla) Los Azufres Caldera (Michoacán) Los Humeros Caldera (Veracruz-Puebla) Mazahua Caldera (Mexico State)
  9. Jackie,

    I sent you a PM.

  10. I have used him also on several occasions and really liked him and so did my dog!
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