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  1. Does anyone have a copy of the Raquet Club Rules (in English) that they would be willing to share? An electronic copy/pdf or whatever file would be great….I'd just send you my e-mail address. Or if you have a printed copy, I'd be willing to come and pick them up, photo-copy them, and return yours. Please send me a private message if you can help. I ask because the office at the RC will only provide them to current owners. Thanks!
  2. We're planning our move to Ajijic next year and the properties at the Raquet Club look very attractive. However, one or two people advised against living there but didn't say why. Can anyone shed any light on why they might say this?
  3. Some people I know will be moving to the Raquet Club, and I know they'll need employees. They are new to the area so won't have any leads on good people. I live in Ajijic, and my rolodex is filled with people who work around here. If any of you who live in the RC or nearby have recommendations for possible employees in that area, I'd love to hear them. The newcomers speak no Spanish, so employees with at least some English are even better, though not completely necessary. Thanks. Housekeeper Gardener Electrician/Plumber Handyman
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