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Rocky Point News


HIGH NUMBERS OVER SPRING BREAK 2017: Information provided by Rocky Point 360 .

By José Antonio Perez

Though municipal officials estimate approximately 125,000 visitors made their way to Rocky Point over the traditional three-weekend span of Spring Break, the local Convention and Visitors Bureau estimates there were around 150,000, reporting 100% occupancy rates at area hotels and rentals. Municipal Tourism Director Luis Altamirano Almada commented, this surpasses numbers of 2016 when an estimated 110,000 Spring Breakers visited the area, pointing to around a 10% increase in tourism...

 

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DIF AND ROCKY POINT MEDICAL CLINICS TEAM UP: Information provided by Rocky Point 360. 

Puerto Peñasco, Sonora. March 31, 2017. Beginning April 3rd, a collaborative agreement between Municipal DIF and Rocky Point Medical Clinics (Clínicas Médicas, A.C.) will help provide free medical care as well as low-cost specialized surgeries performed principally by medical specialists from the U.S.

First Lady and Municipal DIF President Linda Pivac de Munro, together with Loly Martínez, of Palabras de Esperanza Community Center and Executive Director of Clínicas Médicas, A.C., along with Marisol Celaya of the Rocky Point Medical Center, together launched the ongoing campaign meant to benefit families across the community...

 

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SEÑOR OF FRIENDLY SMILES AND GENEROUS TIPS Information provided by Rocky Point 360. 

Someone who certainly found happiness in helping people in need was Rodger Clifton, señor of the friendly smiles and generous tips.

The tranquility of this fishing village, which had yet to experience the level of tourism and resorts of today, was what attracted Rodger and Jeanette to bring their family to live here, making their way to Puerto Peñasco across the yet to be remodeled Sonoyta highway.  Accompanied by his inseparable wife and lifetime partner Jeanette, and following numerous visits to Puerto Peñasco, in the 90s the couple chose Puerto Peñasco as their home where, even before fulling setting up house their story of altruism within the community began. This started with associations such as CEDO (Intercultural Center for Desert and Ocean studies), as well as with those in need who happened to cross their path...

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