The three Amigos were mentioned towards the end of a March 12th story in the Mazatlan Noroeste – Translated to English for us Inglés folks.
Conceived as a project for the medium term and with the support of the municipality, the Shares Projects Committee Rotary is promoting the creation of three new parks in Mazatlan.
“We want to form a circuit for recreational sports and family recreation in the vicinity of Estero and Colonia Infiernillo Toledo Corro,” the president of the Rotary Club Mazatlan, José de Jesús Sánchez Reynoso.
He is also Chairman of Rotary Shared Projects explained that the creation of parks Jon B. Grant and Rotary Plaza Alejandro González Lie, this project began in 2006 continued in 2009 and 2011 is resumed.
The third park would be named Allan Kuechle, the fourth Mario Huerta and the fifth the José Fosados García, each with a particular theme but the common denominator being wooded areas with species of the region.
“The idea is that the park is a heavily wooded area, a playground, a center, we brought a project that we saw recently, as the Rotary Plaza we saw elsewhere, in this case we favor shade trees causing and the recreational, “he explained.
Reynoso Sanchez emphasized that the extent to which resources flow contributed by the Rotary clubs abroad who support Mazatlan and local clubs will be conducting these projects.
More donations coming. Rotary clubs in Mazatlan and have everything ready for the celebration of the ninth visit of the four Rotary Clubs in the city of Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada.
This time we have a new group Lethbrige Rotary Club, and together with the Rotary Sunrise City, Grande Prairie and Swan City bring to donate 10 vehicles and a number of items for people with disabilities.
“It is amazing the generosity and interest that these people for helping to Mazatlan and this time the donations will also benefit other municipalities,” said Castulo Osuna, Rotary Club representative (is the President) of Mazatlan.
For the efforts of the sister clubs, vehicles were achieved for municipalities of Salvador Alvarado and El Rosario, Sinaloa, and Tepic, Nayarit.
Mazatlan addition of DIF, the Municipal Hospital and the Veterans Fire Mazatlan, this year will be supported first by donating a truck Vineyard Christian community in Mazatlan.
Donations: Some of the donations for this year.
5 School Buses
1 Fire Truck
1 Truck with wheelchair lift
15 Special Wheelchairs
3 Hydraulic Elevators patients