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Saturday, July 9th is “Save the Vaquita Day.”Help grow awareness to their plight.

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Lost Dog Cafe Celebrates 30 Years

The Lost Dog Café  is celebrating their 30th year. “I can’t believe it has been 30 years today since my business partner and friend, Ross Underwood, and I opened the doors to this huge success. I am grateful for all of the people who have worked for us for decades helping to build the Lost […]

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MeXOXO Seeks to Make Rosarito Beach Part of 100 Resilient Cities Program

MeXOXO is a non-profit organization whose whose goal is to empower women to become social entrepreneurs. The effort to grow community and global awareness to the power of LOVE as the basic founding principle of business is a passion for Anastasia Elpida Harner, Marilyn Helgeson and the non-profit organization MEXOXO. Their tireless efforts to develop […]

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Why Do We Volunteer? An Interview With The Smiths

  Why Do We Volunteer? The answer to this question is what you would expect from Terry and Teresa Smith. It makes total sense. Their cool reasonable approach is what has sustained the Smiths from their humble beginnings to their now active retirement.  Teresa Smith is the President of The Rotary Club of San Felipe […]

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What Does Service Mean To Me? by Donna Roberts

“I was asked what service means to me. I had never thought about it before. Service has always been a part of life. I have been on both sides of service—getting help and offering it.”

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Red Cross Response to Typhoon Haiyan from

This is a reposting of an article as it appears on  Red “Red Cross has begun distributions of relief supplies and volunteers are packing more supplies to send to all the affected areas.” Posted November 14, 2013 In the wake of Typhoon Haiyan that tore through the Philippines last Friday, the global Red Cross […]

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