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    Wear white Friday, bring a candle.
    • More Dreams, No More Bullets,
    • Light for Liberty.

    More News:
    • A Major Flood Threat and Possible Hurricane Landfall in Louisiana,
    • A New Journey to San Miguel de Allende,
    • Popsicle Day at Casa Hogar Santa Julia,
    • VW dismisses the Beetle in Puebla, but already prepares the launch of Terak in 2021,
    • What the Rain left us: Maintenance in the streets of SMA,
    • Avocado Price Increases.

    More Dreams, No More Bullets
    Already know about the march for 'More Dreams, No More Bullets' this Friday in San Miguel de Allende? - News San Miguel
    Date: Friday July 12, 2019
    Time: 6:30 pm to 8:15 pm
    Location: Plaza Civica then El Jardin, San Miguel de Allende
    Wear white, bring a candle and something to light it with.
    For more details, see More Dreams, No More Bullets

    Light for Liberty
    Date: Friday July 12, 2019
    Time: 8:30 pm to 9:00 pm
    Location: Gazebo in Parque Juarez in Centro, San Miguel de Allende
    Wear white, bring a candle and something to light it with.
    For more details, see Light for Liberty

    A Major Flood Threat and Possible Hurricane Landfall in Louisiana

    The National Hurricane Center started advisories on Potential Tropical Cyclone 2 (expected Tropical Storm Barry) at 11 am EDT Wednesday, flagging a system likely to produce torrential rains and widespread flooding as it heads slowly toward southern Louisiana over the next several days.
    PTC 2: A Major Flood Threat and Possible Hurricane Landfall in Louisiana

    A New Journey to San Miguel de Allende
    The father of three was deported from the USA last September. His wife and his young children left behind. But now they are packing their bags – again – for a different journey.

    A Georgia mom was forced into single parenthood when her husband, Omar Rogel, was deported last September. He came to the U.S. from Mexico on a family visa when he was just 3 years old, and was deported more than 30 years later. His wife Alena Orwin says her husband has spent a big part of his life trying to become a U.S. citizen. His mother, a naturalized U.S. citizen filed a petition for his visa in 2003 and his wife filed one in 2017.

    A New Journey to San Miguel de Allende

    Popsicle Day at Casa Hogar Santa Julia
    The local girls orphanage, Casa Hogar Santa Julia, is in need of a new roof and funds to cover drivers and maintenance.

    We are holding a Popsicle Day July 13th at 3pm where you can come out and see the facility and meet some of the girls. There will be limited refreshments and munchies on hand, including Popsicles until they are all gone.

    If you cannot make it, but would like to make a donation, the information for the orphanage can be found below. ...

    Popsicle Day at Casa Hogar Santa Julia

    VW dismisses the Beetle in Puebla, but already prepares the launch of Terak in 2021
    The iconic vehicle of the German company stopped being produced today in its Puebla plant. The last 65 units will be sold online.
    Reiche is aware of the impact that 'Vocho' had in Mexico. "It was the first car of our parents and grandparents, and also served as a taxi for many years," he recalled, to subsequently receive from the production line the last Beetle Final Edition for the national market, which was blue stonewash and has a 2.5-liter engine with 170 horsepower.

    VW dismisses the Beetle in Puebla, but already prepares the launch of Terak in 2021

    What the Rain left us: Maintenance in the streets of SMA
    Due to the heavy rain that occurred on July 1, the streets of "Santo Domingo" and "Aparicio" were strongly affected, and they presented stone detachment in the vehicular stream, consequently, the Directorate of Infrastructure and Public Works informs that they will apply the program of "Maintenance and Conservation of Streets" ...
    What the Rain left us: Maintenance in the streets of SMA

    Avocado Price Increases
    Due to recent shortages, the price of avocado has spiked over $100 MXN per kilo ($130 pesos, or close to $7 USD). Jesus Melgoza, Secretary of Economic Development in the state of Michoacan (where 85 percent of Mexico’s avocado is produced), explained in a press conference that the so-called ‘green gold’ will continue to be sold at unusually high prices until the latest crops are ready for harvesting.
    Avocado Price Increases
    See also: Avocado prices are skyrocketing, but it's not because of tariffs

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