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May 6, 2009 · News

Yes, We Have No Swine Flu at Lake Chapala!

Yes, We Have NO SWINE FLU ! Hi Everyone. I’ve been getting a lot of e mails lately (as you might expect) about Swine Flu in our area. Are we being careful? Yes, of course just like you probably are in the USA, depending upon just where you live. Just so you know,  preliminary testing […]

April 8, 2009 · News

Are We Afraid to Live in Mexico ?

Are We Afraid to Live in Mexico ? No, No. No… Not the part we live in ! By now if you haven’t heard about the violence in Mexico you must have just come out of a Rip Van Winkle sleep or you don’t watch TV, listen to the radio or surf the net. So […]

October 14, 2008 · Announcements

How Safe Is It to Live at Lake Chapala Ajijic, Mexico ?

Hi Everyone, Well, I continue to get e mails and telephone calls about the safety factor here in our area of Mexico at Lake Chapala and Ajijic.   I make reference to this topic from time to time in articles here at www.ChapalaClub.com, but let me give you some recent facts I’ve just received; and […]

July 11, 2008 · News

New Security Director for Chapala

We have a new Security Director for Chapala. His name is Luis Manuel Ibarra and he was recently appointed to his position as Security Director over the Chapala Police Force. The Chapala Police Force covers the entire Municpio (County) of Chapala which includes the cities of Chapala, San Antonio Tlayacapan, and Ajijic. Currently in July […]

July 6, 2008 · Real Estate

“How to Protect Your Home at Lake Chapala – Ajijic Mexico”

Hi, my name is Sid Grosvenor and I was a police officer in Dallas for 35 years and was a Commander over 4 Dallas Police Store Front Mini stations. One of our primary responsibilities at the storefronts, usually located in high crime areas, was to help the residents to protect their homes from all types […]

July 3, 2008 · Announcements

“What Color is Your Angel ?”

Well the color of many of our angels here in Mexico is green.  The ‘Green Angels” are the name commonly applied to the men who patrol the highways and byways of Mexico in green and white trucks equipped with extra gasoline, oil, and basic tools to help stranded motorists in need of repairs or who may […]

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