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Laguna Chapalac - July 7, 2012

Raining cats

The Animal Shelter has a population of about 40 cats and kittens at the moment. They could certainly use more volunteers to sit and play with these fine felines, to keep them entertained and to socialize them for adoption.

Laguna Chapalac – June 30, 2012

Can/Am Day

Don’t miss the second annual Can/Am Day celebrating the United States Independence Day and Canada Day to be held on Monday, July 2 from noon to 5 p.m. at the Lake Chapala Society (LCS).

Early ticket sales are predicting good crowds coming to enjoy great food, entertainment and information, while supporting the good works that LCS is undertaking.

Entertainment will be provided by the Tall Boys Band. Roberto’s Restaurant will cater the food providing all-beef hot dogs and hamburgers, ribs, chili, potato salad, coleslaw and watermelon. Two cash bars will serve beer, wine and cocktails.

Laguna Chapalac - June 23, 2012

Speak Spanish

The Lake Chapala Society (LCS) has announced the start of their next term of Spanish-language classes that will begin Monday, July 9. They will cover seven weeks of study ending on August 24.

Laguna Chapalac - June 2, 2012

Ante up for victims

You’ve got one more week to help out the families of innocent people killed during recent violence in the area. The Lakeside Victims’ Fund has been established to collect and distribute money to the families, many of whom are struggling to pay funeral expenses. As well as facing a loss of income from the deceased, the families, in many cases, have a need for psychological counseling that they can’t afford.

Laguna Chapalac - May 26, 2012

Cleanup effort

Some 50 Chapala tourist boat operators and several dozen volunteers joined forces early Monday, May 21 to clear rocks from the Chacaltita beach on the east side of the town pier. The city government provided extra manpower, earth movers and dump trucks to haul away nine loads of stones that have been exposed as the shoreline has receded during the peak of the dry season. The cleanup effort is scheduled to resume next Tuesday.