Bet You Didn’t Know We Have A Senior Center

And like everything else around here, it needs attention

By Cathy Watkins 

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UnknownThe Cabo Senior Center is called Club de Abuelos San Miguel or Grandparents Club.  Sinai Mota is the director which is open three days a week from 7:30 to 5:00, serving breakfast and lunch.  Five to ten volunteers help with cooking and assisting.  Th center supplies food, medical, and other supplies and services to approximately 250 seniors living at the poverty level. (Yes, there is a social security pension available in Mexico, but you first have to pay into the system in your earning years, and over half of all Mexicans don’t pay taxes.)

cabo-senior-center-2015-9390-r2The center offers recreational activities such as crafts, music, folk dance, yoga, breathing exercise, and more.  The “abuelos” (grandparents) learn special skills through workshops, allowing them to produce and sell hand crafted items. They also operate a second hand store, selling donated items. These fun activities allow them  to earn a small income and feel less dependent.

Read the complete article,  “Bet you didn’t know we have a senior center”, here

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New Food Shopping Trip

It has been a month since the last food run for Casa De Abuelos San Miguel …  the refrigerators are empty. A group of volunteers led by Rob  Zolezzi and Adriana Mondragon will  make a Costco run this Friday.

The next shopping trip will be around the 15th of November. Please be generous. Just in time for Thanksgiving!

If you can help in any way …  please do. You can make a cash donation of any amount on our ‘Go Fund Me‘ site at https://www.gofundme.com/eobscs

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Please help this worthy charity.