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  1. The children and staff of the School for Special Children want to thank you all for your continual support. Although the January Home Tour is sold out, there are still tickets available for February, March, and April. Join us for the fun, beautiful, and idea packed tours. Plus we hope to see you at our booth at the Chili Cook-Off.
  2. It's that time again. Due to the generosity of many home owners, The School for Special Children is able to again offer a season of great tours. Each month, ticket holders are treated to checking out the beauty and uniqueness of four homes. When you buy a ticket, you help pay for the lunch that everyone receives at The School for Special Children. The lunch program (food and staff) is covered by the Home Tours fundraiser. This allows the 100 children and the staff to have a mid-day healthy meal. It also means that all the children are given informal lessons on manners, cooperation, and co
  3. Please spread the word. These are wonderful trips to see lovely homes and gardens in the Lake area. It's fun to tour with friends and everyone comes away with great ideas. But even more importantly, the funds raised are for the special education students that attend the terrific school in Jocotepec. Over 90 students, from San Antonio Tlayacapan to the south side of the lake, receive quality educational services at the school. To make this happen, the charity needs to raise considerable funds each year. The Home Tours are a major fund raiser to help the children. So mark your calendars n
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