A Love Story at Lake Chapala

May 29, 2013

I love stories. I think we all do. Here’s a short, but interesting past, present, and future love story of a feeding program that began in 2002 and grew into a licensed shelter for abused and abandoned children in 2004.
 
The story begins in a small local building at Lake Chapala which at the time was a combination living room, bedroom and playroom for 27 kids and 2 caregivers.
 
There was only one full bath and toilet in a wash room back then, but they’ve moved to a 2 1/2 acre complex with 5 large buildings.
 
The name in Spanish is “Amor en Acction.” Or “Love in Action”.  
 
Were this not true there would be no story.
 
Here’s a video taken by my friend Ron Jackson about “Love in Action” that we think you will like.
 
Siempre tu amigo, Sid

Email for more information:
Sid@ChapalaClub.com

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