Clubs/Organizations/Charities2018-10-02T14:34:49+00:00
AA ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS LAKESIDE

It is estimated that there are approximately 114,000 groups and more than 2,000,000 members in approximately 180 countries.

Help Line: 376-766-5961
AL-ANON

Family members have the opportunity to learn from the experiences of others who have faced similar problems.

376-106-1199 or 376-766-4409
AL-ANON (In Spanish)
AMITIES FRANCOPHONES

Promote the French language and cultural and linguistic diversity, Promote peace, democracy and human rights

Jill Flyer 331-140-117
ADULT CHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS AND DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILIES (ACA)

Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACA) is a Twelve Step, Twelve Tradition program of men and women who grew up in alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional homes.

Kay (376) 766-4409
AIR FORCE ASSOCIATION OF CANADA 904 WING

To unite personnel of the Reserves, Regular Force, and former members of Her Majesty‟s Air Forces and so preserve and foster the spirit of fellowship among all who have served in Her Majesty‟s Air Forces.

Ron Hudson 766-2142
AJIJIC QUILT GUILD

A group of 30+ enthusiastic quilters who offer workshops, demonstrations and support to fellow quilters.

376-766-0276 
AJIJIC SCRABBLE CLUB

This “tournament”-style group plays by tournament rules including the use of timers. There are only two players in each game

Dan Stark 766-0411
AJIJIC SOCIETY OF THE ARTS

Ajijic Society of the Arts (ASA) is a membership organization for artists working in all media in the Lake Chapala area of Mexico.

Deena Hafker 376-766-2249
AJIJIC WRITERS’ GROUP

Writers have always found Ajijic to be a place of inspiration for their craft.

AMIGOS DEL LAGO

We seek to strengthen the relationship between the communities for the promotion and ecological preservation of the environment of Lake Chapala; cultivating the ecological conscience of the inhabitants through education and sustainable projects.

376 766 1654
AMIGOS INTERNACIONALES, INC

Informal friendly group meet to make new friends.

ANITA’S ANIMALS

Anita had to return to Germany for personal reasons, and you will no longer be able to You can get more information by calling 387 760 0600 or (045) 333 400 3327.

ARDAT (AJIJIC ROTARY DOG ASSISTED THERAPY)

ARDAT volunteers are Mexican and foreign members of the community. ARDAT dogs are pets owned by ARDAT volunteers. 

Julianna Rose 766-5025
ASSOCIACION COMMUNITARIA DE AUTOSUFICIENCIA A.C.

ACÁ (Asociación Communitaria de Auto Suficiencia A.C.) is a non-profit organic agricultural education association located in Jalisco, Mexico


AXIXIC MASONIC LODGE #31

Axixic Lodge No. 31 in the M. W. York Grand Lodge of Mexico in the Lake Chapala region of Jalisco

(387) 761-0017

BRAVO THEATER

Semi-professional theater with live theater and ongoing adult arts education in dance and theater.

Jayme Littlejohn 331-045-9627
BRIDGE

Supervised Play is offered every Wednesday, 1:30 to 4:00 pm from November 1st to March 28th

Alicia Salcido (387) 761-0185
BRIDGE

Supervised Play is offered every Wednesday, 1:30 to 4:00 pm from November 1st to March 28th

Alicia Salcido (387) 761-0185
BRITISH SOCIETY

Assist the British Community and facilitates the transmission of information with The British Embassy in Mexico.

765-4786
CAMPO DEPORTIVO AJIJIC
CARD & DOMINO CLUB

Wednesday, Friday & Sunday. Call for times. We will teach; make friends!

Tel. 766-4253, Cell: (045) 33-1295-6485
CANADIAN CLUB OF LAKE CHAPALA

The Club provides a little Canadiana along the north shore of Lake Chapala in Jalisco, Mexico.

CARDIO DANCE PARTY WITH SAMANTHA
 
CASAS CARINOSAS, A.C. 

As part of the worldwide non-profit organization of Abbeyfield, help an increasing number of older people enjoy a high quality of independent living provided through a range of services, including housing, support or care, with local community involvement.

376-766-2045
CASA DE ANCIANOS

 Provides support for elderly citizens

765-2497
CENTER FOR SPIRITUAL LIVING CHAPALA

Lake Chapala Center for Spiritual Living supports each of us and the community as a whole in living from the Divine Presence

 

376 766 0920
CENTERING PRAYER

Contemplative prayer/meditation in the Christian tradition. 

 

Erin Knox 766-2713
CENTRO DE DESARROLLO AJIJIC

Provides family planning and reproductive health education

 

766-1679
CHAPALA SUNRISE ROTARY CLUB

Participate in activities that will support lakeside residents. Provide assistance to international projects and meet with other like-mindedRotarians to build friendships. Meetings: Thursdays 10 AM Monte Carlo Hotel

 


CHILI COOK OFF

Providing a carnival for residents raising charitable funds

 

763-5038
CLUB SALVAJES AJIJIC

Athletics Club, of the People for the People!

 

COLEGIO DE MEDICOS GENERALES Y FAMILIARES DE JALISCO “DELEGACIO JOCOTEPEC”

Group of residents of the Ribera de Chapala who seek continuous medical updates with the benefit of the community.

348 114 4233
COMPANIONS AND COMPASSION

Companions and Compassion’s mission is to provide free spay/neuter clinics in the municipality of Jocopetec, Jalisco Mexico to poor Mexican families, street dogs, and others of limited means in order to reduce animal suffering and help the communities in which we work.

 

Dee Mistrik 387-761-0041
Linda Rudisell-Hines, Communication Lead 387-761-0688
CONGREGACION CRISTIANA BAUTISTA AGUA VIVA AJIJIC

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not be lost, but may have eternal life

 

33 1248 5173
CREM: AJIJIC MUSIC SCHOOL

For 24 years this school has provided music education to children at Lakeside. Students are taught to play an instrument and participate in the orchestra or the choir. 

 

333-496-8976
CRUZ ROJA CHAPALA

The mission of the Mexican Red Cross is to improve the lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing the power of humanity. 

 


CULINARY ARTS SOCIETY OF AJIJIC

Provides CASA members, Associates and guests a monthly forum to share foods, learn new preparation techniques, stimulate culinary ideas, meet new people and enjoy the world of food: in a competitive atmosphere that encourages creativity and rewards excellence.

 


DAR- (At Lakeside)

THOMAS PAINE CHAPTER meets every 3 Wednesday at 12:30 noon, September thru June

766-2981 or  762-0834
DAYS FOR GIRLS

Days for Girls is a worldwide movement that aims to break the cycle of poverty and violence against women in one of the most unexpected ways ever — by promoting access to menstrual health management and reproductive health education.

DEMOCRATS ABROAD MEXICO

The official arm of the Democratic Party of the United States, working as a state party for US citizens living abroad.

Larry Pihl, Executive Chair 376-766-3274
EASTERN STAR ESTRELLA DEL LAGO CHAPTER #10

Meets 1st Wed. at 1:00 pm at the Hotel Monte Carlo.

766-3785
ECKANKAR

information about HU Chants and Dream Workshops

 

Penny White.766 1230
EL CORAZON CREATIVO (THE CREATIVE HEART)

To empower the community by providing the tools, materials, training, a workspace and a retail space to those with limited resources to create and sell items with minimum financial outlay. This is a regular shop for all women.

 

Mary Ellen Rushworth, English 376-766-0496 Mony Angulo, Spanish
ESCUELA PARA NINOS ESPECIALES (SCHOOL FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN)

The mission is to improve the educational opportunities for children with a wide variety of disabilities and in doing so, increase the probability that they might enjoy a brighter future.

 

387-763-0843
FERIA MAESTROS DEL ARTE

To preserve and promote Mexican indigenous and folk art. We help preserve these art forms and the culture that produces them by providing the artists with a venue to sell their work to galleries, collectors, and museums. In collaboration with Mexican government agencies, we promote regional and international awareness of the plight of these endangered arts.

 

Rachel McMillen 333-442-3054
FOUNDATION FOR LAKE CHAPALA CHARITIES

The “Foundation for Lake Chapala Charities” is recognized by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)3 charity. Our prime purposes are to attract money for the charities around Lake Chapala, Mexico, and to allow those who donate to claim U.S. tax deductions for their gifts to those charities.

 

376-766-2606 
FRIENDS OF VILLA INFANTIL (FOVI)

Financial support for children

 

Lisa Le: (387) 761-0002 
GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS

Wednesday 11:30-1:30 Ken Gosh Pavilion at the Lake Chapala Society

 

Al 765-4035, Charlie 766-3671
GARDEN CLUB

Meets the 3rd. Wednesday 11 am for lunch at La Nueva Posada

 

GARDEN GUILD

promoting the interest in the development of local gardens with an accent on the exotic species available in central Mexico

 

GERMAN CLUB

Provides social opportunities for German-speaking residents. The group meets 2nd Thursday for lunch at 1 PM in Los Telares. One does not have to be German but must speak German.

 

Javier Aguilera 387-761-0777
GOLDEN STRINGS OF LAKE CHAPALA, A.C.

Rehearsals at Auditorio de la Floresta. Tuesday & Friday, 3-6 pm

 

GRUPO PRO AJIJIC 2016

Welcome to the help page to your community. We are a non-profit organization. Nustro unico fin helps you and your family.

 

33 1065 0725
HASH HOUSE HARRIERS

Every Saturday at 8:30 am at La Nueva Posada

HAVE HAMMER WILL TRAVEL

The mission is to provide learning and social experiences within a safe, supportive environment so that our students acquire: basic woodworking skills for exploration of career pathways (Level 1: ages 10-14) intermediate woodworking skills for entry-level employment (Level 2: ages 15+) advanced woodworking skills for professional employment, incl. coops (Level 3: ages 21+) skills to maintain a well-equipped woodworking shop.

Richard Thompson 331-895-6866
HEART OF AWARENESS BUDDHIST COMMUNITY

Meditation and Dharma talks. Wed. at 4:30. Meets in Upper Floresta

 

766-0020 
HOPE HOUSE

The Hope House is a safe shelter for boys ages 8 to 18. Our vision is to develop character, provide love and impart tools to be a successful part of society.

 

Rodney Drutos 376-762-0032
HUMANE EDUCATION ALLIANCE (HEA)

Fostering ethical treatment of animals

 

John Marshall, 766-1170 
HUARACHESS – CLUB DE AJEDREZ

Making chess accessible for all people by building a diverse community of enthusiastic chess players in Lakeside.

 

JALTEPEC CENTRO EDUCATIVO

A Tecnico Universario en Holteleria, providing education in hotel & hospitality management and an entrepreneurial program.

 

387-763-1781
JUKEBOX SING-ALONG FOR THE BRAIN

Every Monday 2-3pm in the Gazebo of the Lake Chapala Society. Free and open to the public 

Antonia 766-3359
JUNIOR LEAGUE DE GUADALAJARA A.C

Av. San Francisco #3332

 

(33) 3121-0887 
LA COCHERA CULTURAL

La Cochera Cultural is a creative center to inspire and manifest the dreams of children and adults.

 

 
LAKE CHAPALA DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB

Meets every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 1:15 p.m

 

(33) 3121-0887 
LAKE CHAPALA FARMERS MARKET

Tuesdays,10 am-12-30pm, West Ajijic La Huerta.

 

LAKE CHAPALA GARDEN CLUB

Our club exists to promote a better understanding of plants and gardening in our area.

 

LAKE CHAPALA SHRINE CLUB

Meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 1 pm in the Nueva Posada.

Denny Strole (376) 766-0485
LAKE CHAPALA SOCIETY – LCS

16 de Sep. # 16-A Ajijic, Open Monday – Saturday, 10 am to 2 pm.

 

766-1140
LAKESIDE COMMUNITY AWARDS

We benefit all the community by honoring lakeside’s most talented.

 

766-3232
LAKESIDE FREETHINKERS

For all who reject relief in the supernatural, meets 3rd Wednesday.

 


LAKESIDE FRIENDS OF THE ANIMALS

The core mission of Lakeside Friends of the Animals, A.C. (LFA) is to educate & assist Mexican nationals of limited means with the care of their pets.

 

376-765-5544
LAKESIDE LAUGHTER YOGA CLUB

Meet at Juan Alvarez #56 (one block West of the tianguis, between Guadalupe Victoria and Constitucion ) every Wednesday, 4:30-5:15. Free and open to the public!.

 

Gita 376-766-5879, 333-846-4265 
LAKESIDE LITTLE THEATRE A.C

Our church exists to fulfil five purposes: worship, fellowship, discipleship, ministry outreach and evangelism.

 

376 106 0853
LAKESIDE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Balanced theatrical entertainment, English-speaking

 

765-5942
LAKESIDE SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF

The 4th of each month. Nueva Posada 10:30 am

 

LAKESIDE SPAY AND NEUTER CENTER A.C.

Provides shelter and helps curtail the over-population of animals. In response to the desperate situation of many dogs in the Lake Chapala area, the Ranch was founded in 2001 as a community project. 

Syd – Home: 376-766-1411 Cell: 331-270-4447 English
LAKESIDE USA TEA PARTY

Rescue & rehabilitation of wild animals

765-4916
LCS EDUCATION CENTER

Provides classes in language and other topics for both Anglo and Mexican community

 

766-0499
LAKESIDE WILDLIFE RESCUE & REHABILITATION

Meet at Juan Alvarez #56 (one block West of the tianguis, between Guadalupe Victoria and Constitucion ) every Wednesday, 4:30-5:15. Free and open to the public!.

 

Gita 376-766-5879, 333-846-4265 
LAKESIDE VILLAGE RESCUE

Est in 2015, LVR is an assistance group for the rescues around Lake Chapala. We’ve transported 13 pups NOB and have provided financial assistance to others

 

732 552 4381
LCS STUDENT AID FUND

Provides financial support to area students to enrol in university, vocational and high school program

 

766-0716
LITTLE BLUE SCHOOLHOUSE

Provides financial assistance for students at a school for disabled children in Chapala

 

766-1552
LOS CANTANTES DEL LAGO

Los Cantantes del Lago is a community choir striving for artistic excellence in choral singing.

 

LOS NINOS DE CHAPALA Y AJIJIC, AC

Providing educational scholarships to Lakeside children

 

376-765-7032
LOVE IN ACTION

Shelter for abused and abandoned children.

Anabel Frutos 765-7409, cell: 331-351 7826
LUCKY DOGS SHELTER AND ADOPTION CENTER

Lucky Dog Rescue and Adoption Center is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to the rescue and adoption of abandoned and abused dogs in the Lake Chapala area of Jalisco Mexico. Lucky Dog is run solely by a group of dedicated volunteers. Why don’t you come join us in our important work!.

 

331-300-7144
MAS- Music Appreciation Society

Concerts from fall to spring. Classical music and dance concerts.

Kathleen Phelps, 766-0010
MISION SAN PABLO

Helping 60 orphaned children ages 2-14 yrs

Bonnie Shrall 766-0009 
MAS- Music Appreciation Society

Concerts from fall to spring. Classical music and dance concerts.

Kathleen Phelps, 766-0010
MY GUARDIAN ANGEL REGISTRY AJIJIC

My Guardian Angel is a registry service that keeps all of your important information required in the event of an emergency.

33 1082 7666
NAVY LEAGUE, LAKE CHAPALA COUNCIL

Meets the third Saturday for lunch at 1 pm, Manix Rest

766 4750 or 766-1848
NEEDLE PUSHERS

Sew dresses, knit or chet sweaters for local kids. Every Tues. 10 am at LCS.

Gay Westmoreland – 765-5607
NIÑOS FELICES DE AJIJIC

It is a club of children who are part of a kolklorico ballet that on Saturdays we go out to collect garbage through the streets of their town.

NIÑOS INCAPACITADOS DEL LAGO, AC

Assisting Lakeside disabled children.

766-2201
NIÑOS Y JOVENES CARAVAN

Delivers foodstuffs and used clothing to an orphanage in San Juan

Reuben Varela, 01-387-761-0828
OPEN CIRCLE

Fostering body, mind & spirit, every Sunday at the LCS from 10 am to 12 noon.

765-3402 
OPERATION COMPASSION OR SAN ANTONIO SOUP KITCHEN

Located at 4 Jesus Garcia in San Antonio T.

Tom Music, 331 547 2726 
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS

Monday, Noon. Thursday, 10:15 a.m. Location: THE LITTLE CHAPEL BY THE LAKE

376-106-1199 or 376-766-4409
PASOS MILAGROSOS (MIRACULOUS STEPS)

Helping Handicapped Children Through the Magic of Horses. Saturdays 8-2

RED CROSS VOLUNTEERS

Meets 1st Wednesday at 1:30-4 Gazebo at the Lake Chapala Society. New members welcome.

ROTARY CLUB OF AJIJIC

Every Tuesday at 12.30 p.m. Doors open at 12.00 p.m. for fellowship. Hotel Real de Chapala, Paseo del Prado #20, La Floresta, Ajijic

(376) 766-2410 or 331-158-5461
ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION

Meets the 3rd Tuesday each month @ 2:30 pm, Bar Tomas, Chapala

SAILING LAKE CHAPALA

Meets for lunch/drinks – 1 PM, the 1st Thursday of each month

SAN ANTONIO TLAYACAPAN (SAT) EXPATS

Meets last Saturday of the month 6 pm, at Cenaduria de Elvira, #127 Ramon Corona, San Antonio

SANTUARIO DE NUESTRA SENORA DE GUADALUPE

They were chosen to celebrate the first communion of Julieta Mariana

376 766 0922
SCIENCE OF MIND STUDY GROUP

Discussion Thursday at 10:30 AM, Nicolas Bravo #17 Ajijic

Rev. Tim at 766-0920
TABLE TENNIS CHAPALA GROUP

A club in the Chapala area devoted to the game of Table Tennis. We meet every Monday / Wednesday / Friday at between the hours of 2:30 to 4:30

TECHNICAL UNIVERSARIO EN HOTELARIA

To provide women with a holistic education that will transform her life, and that of her family and her environment, through a hospitality and service education, based on values.

THE GENEALOGY FORUM

Meets monthly on the fourth Monday in the Sala at LCS, from 2:00 to 3:45.

TOASTMASTERS LAGO DE CHAPALA BILINGUAL GROUP

Meets Tuesdays 6 to 7:30 pm. English & Spanish works! Learning center. Independencia # 153 San Antonio, Loyola Institute of Chapala Allen Lloyd # 151, San Antonio to one side of Little Theater.

Tim at 766-0920 or Maureen 766-2338
UVA – University/Vocational Assistance (Little Chapel by the Lake a.c.)

Beginning in the 1970’s as the outreach program for Little Chapel By the Lake, a scholarship program was to allow bright but financially challenged students to continue their education at the university level.

Sue Torres, 766-2932 or Cristi Baron 766-3574.
VILLA INFANTIL GUADALUPE Y SAN JOSE

To facilitate Villa Infantil in providing a safe, loving, healthy, nurturing and spiritual environment for orphaned and abandoned children.

VIVA LA MUSICA

Bus trips to the symphony, summer concert series

Rosemary Keeling 766-1801
VOLLEYBALL IN CHAPALA

At Cristiania park Tues., Thurs., Sat. mornings at 10

333-502-1264
VOLUNTEER HEALTH RESOURCE GROUP

Meeting last Saturday of each month at LCS in sala, 10:30.

VOLUNTEERS OF THE CRUZ ROJA

Sponsors fund raising events and provides administrative and support services to the Delegation.

Open Circle provides a supportive environment to gather for social interaction and to improve our understanding of ourselves, our community and our world.

Presentations span a wide range of intellectual, cultural, physical and spiritual topics.

We do not necessarily agree with the ideas and philosophies of our presenters. We encourage you to listen with an open mind and form your own opinions..

As an American Legion post, we serve local veterans and our Lakeside community. We serve three to 10 veterans a month with monetary help through our poppy seed fund, advice and help with paperwork for VA and immigration issues, and so much more. Our Legion post has sole responsibility for the maintenance of the expat section of the Chapala Cemetery, where many veterans are buried. We also have a great rapport with the other local military organizations here at Lakeside and meet with them bimonthly.

We support three local charities – Los Ninos de Chapala, Programa por Ninos Incompacitados and Operation Compassion – with a monthly donation. We are also involved in various activities to promote these worthy organizations. We play a vital role in the Firefighters and Red Cross Assistance project to provide Lakeside rescue and firefighters with accentual equipment. Other examples of our efforts include school supplies to the D.A.R.E. program; the Toys for Tots Christmas drive; and the U.S. consul from Guadalajara’s monthly visit to the Legion to help members, expats and local Mexicans with passports, Social Security and notaries.

Since 1917, the Rotary Foundation has spent more than US$3.7 billion helping people and communities. That’s a century of Rotary members changing lives and improving communities all over the world. Through our Foundation, Rotary members have supported thousands of projects to provide clean water, fight disease, promote peace, provide basic education, and grow local economies. The Rotary Foundation has also been a leader in the fight to eradicate polio worldwide.
Charity Navigator, America’ largest independent charity evaluator, placed the Rotary Foundation on the list of “the 10 best charities everyone has heard of” (large organizations with budgets exceeding US$100 million). For details visit www.charitynavigator.org

Lake Chapala Society Vision
Core Values
Our vision is a future where all lakeside residents continually have a role in enriching the community’s quality of life, vitality, and prosperity through the exchange of knowledge, expertise, culture, and language.

Mission Statement
The mission of the Lake Chapala Society, A.C. (the “Association”) is to promote the active participation of Lakesides’ inhabitants to improve their quality of life. By making this commitment we signal to the community that our focus is based not just on expatriates, but everyone living at Lakeside.

OBJECTIVO
La misión de la Sociedad del Lago Chapala, A.C. (la “Asociación”) es promover la participación activa de los habitantes de Lakesides para mejorar su calidad de vida. Al hacer este compromiso señalamos a la comunidad que nuestro enfoque se basa no sólo en expatriados, sino en todos los que viven en Lakeside.

The Canadian Club of Lake Chapala
The Club provides a little Canadiana along the north shore of Lake Chapala in Jalisco, Mexico.

Next to Florida, USA, this is the largest group of Canadians living outside Canada on a full or part-time basis. It is estimated 6,000 to 10,000 Canadians visit or live here depending on the time of year.

The Club hosts a Speaker’s program year round. From September through April, other events include a Canadian Thanksgiving Dinner, a Christmas Party and Canada Day Celebrations. Members receive e-mail notices of all our programs. In addition, an advertisement appears in the Guadalajara Reporter two weeks before the program.

The Club also has an arrangement with Charter Travel who designs, with the help of members of the executive board, some trips of interest to Canadians living in Mexico.

The M.W. York Grand Lodge of Mexico, F. & A.M., is the only Grand Lodge in Mexico that is in full fraternal relations with the main Regular Masonic Grand Lodges throughout the world.

The official language of our Grand Lodge is English. However, we have Lodges that work in English, Spanish and German in different parts of Mexico. To view the list of our Lodges and their different locations and languages, click on “LODGES” section Since 1911, the M.W. York Grand Lodge of Mexico, F. & A.M has the recognition of -and relations with, the most important Grand lodges in the world such as England (The United Grand Lodge of England, the oldest Grand Lodge), Scotland, Ireland, leading European Grand Lodges, besides all the Grand Lodges in the United States and Canada, the majority of the Latin American Grand Lodges, and Asia. Our Grand Lodge is the only Mexican Grand Lodge recognized by the United Grand Lodge of England (http://www.ugle.org.uk/about/foreign-grand-lodges).

The M.W. York Grand Lodge of Mexico, F. & A.M is the member of the Conference of Grand Masters in North America (http://www.cgmna.org/).

If you are not yet a Free Mason and would like to know more about our Fraternity, contact us, We will be pleased to mail you relevant information.

All Brother Masons in good standing who hail from any of those regular jurisdictions are welcome to visit our Lodges and if they are now residing in Mexico, and their Grand Lodge permits it, to affiliate as dual members.

The Lake Chapala Garden Club, founded in 1977, is a an organization that exists for the purpose of promoting an interest, appreciation and better understanding of botanical subjects, including but not limited to all plant materials, their care and use in the home and garden.

The Lake Chapala Garden Club resides in the village of Ajijic, on the shores of Lake Chapala, Mexico’s largest fresh water natural lake.

We are an international garden club with members from many different countries. Our members and meetings explore the many garden species and practices unique to our area of Mexico.

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