Letter to the Editor
Sunday, July 13th, 2014
On behalf of the neighbors and property owners on School Master Drive and Shad St, San Marco, I would like to thank BEL and BWS for installing electric lines and laying the proper water line on those streets. Also, a thank you to Mayor Guerrero for understanding the importance of the request for water on these streets. Our standard of living is much improved by having the water line, my personal building project can now run smoothly with electric hookup and all of our properties are into the 21st century. We won’t have a septic unit next to a well and wonder how safe the water is. Thank you Mayor, BEL and BWS.
Jan Brown and neighbors
The San Pedro AIDS Commission, a group of local volunteers who works hand in hand with those that are affected and/or are infected with HIV, take this opportunity to send thank you to all those who helped us during LobsterFest 2014. Thanks to your contribution, in whichever way it was, and thank you to all who stopped by our booth. We are happy to say that because of our efforts combined with your support we were able to walk away with the prize for BEST BOOTH. It is because of generous people/businesses like you that the San Pedro AIDS Commission continues to provide assistance to those who need it.
I also take this opportunity to thank the members/friends who worked hard to ensure that we had a very attractive booth with very delicious snacks and great drinks….You all know who you are. To all of you, Muchas Gracias.
Brittney O’Daniel, David Jenkins, Annie’s Pastries, Ilsa Nuñez, Solangel and Abel Samos, Juvinie Sabido, Super Buy, Mari Cruz Nuñez, Cherri Reyes, Rosalba Alamilla, Village Market, Paradise Market, Cost Less Supermarket, Best Price Store, Three Apples Store, Cayemart Local Store, Martha’s Ice, Marina’s Store, Traveller’s, Coco Blanca Restaurant, Rebecca Arceo/Coqui Alamilla…and all those local fishermen/friends who worked hand-in-hand with Tula Ayuso lending their special “decorations” used for our booth.
San Pedro AIDS Commission
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