Dionisia Morales, a Santa Cruz de la Soledad housewife, gently stroked Tata’s head as they patiently awaited their turn on the final day of the free pet sterilization program held March 2, 3 and 4 at the town’s Casa Ejidal. A few months ago the elderly grandmother agreed to adopt the chocolate-colored boxer mix from a friend, taking on the added responsibility of helping care for her litter of five young pups. She’s happy that with Tata’s spaying, she will never have to repeat the experience.
Jocotepec townsfolk gathered for a belated Dia de la Bandera celebration on March 5 to mark the formal unfurling of a giant Mexican flag at the roadside lookout point (mirador) located adjacent to the highway bypass.
It’s time to haul out your best bib and tucker, or sequined gown and get ready for “Hollywood on the Lake,” set for Thursday, March 15, starting at 5:30 p.m. at Hotel Real de Chapala.
Mission accomplished. The first annual Lakeside Science fair provided a public platform for promising local students to demonstrate their knowledge, practical skills and creative thinking in different fields of scientific study.
British Ambassador Judith Macgregor took a detour from the Guadalajara's Film Festival to visit the Lake Chapala British Society.