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    Nov 3, 2019:
    • Watchtower starts working,
    • Unable to visit the tombs of his family because they closed the Guadalupe Pantheon,
    • More than 4 thousand State Security elements support Day of the Dead operations,
    • It Started with a Dream,
    • SPA Pets of the Month – November 2019,
    • New Community Church Minister-in-Residence Knows How to Bring Different Faiths Together,
    • Jóvenes Adelante’s New Sponsorship Campaign Kicks Off with a Donation Meant to Motivate,
    • Once Part of Jewish Daily Life, Meditation Gets a Reboot at the JC3’s Shabbat Services,
    • Shelter Theater Storytelling Extravaganza Brings New Tale Tellers to the Fold,
    • California wildfires signal the arrival of a planetary fire age.

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    Watchtower starts working
    As another tool for crime prevention, the Municipal Government put into operation a mobile surveillance tower equipped with high technology on the Manuel Zavala release, at the height of SAPASMA.

    The Ministry of Public Security, Municipal Transit and Civil Protection began to operate this complex tool that has state-of-the-art technology and the versatility required for the security and emergency bodies.

    First because it has a hydraulic system to raise the tower to 5 meters high, which allows increasing the field of observation and detecting at a distance the approach of vehicles and people.
    Watchtower starts working (sp).

    They remain without visiting the tombs of his family because they closed the doors of the Guadalupe Pantheon
    CITIZEN COMPLAINT
    This Day of the Dead, about 100 people stayed with the flowers in their hands because 15 minutes before 6:00 pm, they closed the pantheon of Our Lady of Guadalupe. A citizen complaint indicates that Martha, along with another 100 people, stayed ...
    They remain without visiting the tombs of his family because they closed the doors of the Guadalupe Pantheon (sp).

    More than 4 thousand State Security elements support Day of the Dead operations
    On this Day of the Dead, in order to maintain order and safeguard the physical integrity of the faithful who visit the pantheons during November 2, a total of 4,375 elements of security, Civil Protection, emergency bodies and groups of support, they are deployed in ...
    More than 4 thousand State Security elements support Day of the Dead operations (sp).

    It Started with a Dream
    While attending university, Fernando walked to class before dawn; he worked in a large law office, often until late at night. Back home, he studied, then started the routine again. Despite long hours and lack of sleep, Fernando graduated with the highest grades of his class. Fernando credits his family and Jóvenes ...
    It Started with a Dream

    SPA Pets of the Month – November 2019
    It’s Adopt a Senior Pet Month! Meet 2-1/2-year-old Suerte, a striking, athletic, playful tabby. Trinidad, a 3-1/2-year-old big, black beauty, is shy at first, but when comfortable, enjoys playing with wand toys and being close to people. Both boys have been at the SPA since they were 2 months ...
    SPA Pets of the Month – November 2019.

    New Community Church Minister-in-Residence Knows How to Bring Different Faiths Together
    The Community Church of San Miguel, an interdenominational Protestant church, is pleased to announce the arrival of its newest minister-in-residence, the Rev Dr Anna Copeland. Copeland joins us for two months on Sunday, November 3, arriving from Allens Park, Colorado, with her husband, Dr Ellis Copeland, a retired academic dean of the ...
    New Community Church Minister-in-Residence Knows How to Bring Different Faiths Together.

    Jóvenes Adelante’s New Sponsorship Campaign Kicks Off with a Donation Meant to Motivate
    As we move into the holiday season, Jóvenes Adelante (JA) is thrilled to announce an anonymous holiday gift to JA of US$8,000 for each of five years, totaling US$40,000. The donation is unrestricted, meaning the organization is free to use the funds for any purpose. “The unrestricted grant will go to our ...
    Jóvenes Adelante’s New Sponsorship Campaign Kicks Off with a Donation Meant to Motivate.

    Once Part of Jewish Daily Life, Meditation Gets a Reboot at the JC3’s Shabbat Services
    The JC3 is proud to announce that we are again offering a variety of Kabbalat Shabbat services to meet a variety of Jewish styles for welcoming the Sabbath. Arnold Lerner, aka Gurusimran Khalsa, will resume his monthly meditative service. Up until about 150 years ago, meditation was such an intrinsic part ...
    Once Part of Jewish Daily Life, Meditation Gets a Reboot at the JC3’s Shabbat Services.

    Shelter Theater Storytelling Extravaganza Brings New Tale Tellers to the Fold
    Storytelling is ancient, predating computers, radios, books, even language itself. Now, ages later, in spite of—or because of—the abundance of technology, the popularity of storytelling has not waned. The humble live story is always the victor against our battle with the glowing screen. Blessedly, both the tellers of tales and their listeners ...
    Shelter Theater Storytelling Extravaganza Brings New Tale Tellers to the Fold.

    Unitarian Speaker to Warn of San Miguel’s Impending Water Supply Challenges
    Attorney and human rights activist César Arias warns of the dangers and challenges to San Miguel’s water supply and ecosystems at this Sunday’s Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Service. “There is a growing concern in local spheres for our World Heritage site’s viability in the coming years,” says Arias. “Beyond the deranged touristic overflow, ...
    Unitarian Speaker to Warn of San Miguel’s Impending Water Supply Challenges.

    California wildfires signal the arrival of a planetary fire age
    Another autumn, more fires, more refugees and incinerated homes. For California, flames have become the colors of fall.

    Free-burning fire is the proximate provocation for the havoc, since its ember storms are engulfing landscapes. But in the hands of humans, combustion is also the deeper cause. Modern societies are burning lithic landscapes — once-living biomass now fossilized into coal, gas and oil — which is aggravating the burning of living landscapes.

    The influence doesn’t come only through climate change, although that is clearly a factor. The transition to a fossil fuel civilization also affects how people in industrial societies live on the land and what kind of fire practices they adopt.
    California wildfires signal the arrival of a planetary fire age.

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