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We meet Tuesdays at 12:30 PM
Hotel Real de Chapala (376-766-0014)
Paseo del Prado # 20,
La Floresta
Ajijic, Jalisco  45920
Mexico
 
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At our August 15 meeting we had the pleasure of having Andre Bellon of Bellon Insurance as our speaker.
We received a lot of valuable information about insurance companies in Mexico.
There are more than 80 registered companies, and in Mexico registered insurance companies cannot go bankrupt because the government takes over if such an event arises. 
However, if you are insured with a non-registered foreign company, and they leave Mexico, they will drop you. In the case of health insurance, if by then you have developed a serious health issue, you will have a problem getting insurance with another company because of the major excluding illnesses like heart disease, cancer, diabetes, alzheimer, advanced rheumatism, etc. 
Andre Bellon's message therefore is: get health insurance while you are still healthy to avoid such a situation.
Bellon Insurance has been in business for 20 years and is located in San Antonio, offering home, auto, health insurance, etc. and emphasizes on providing a very personal service including assisting clients from the beginning till the end when they have to go into hospital.
For more information visit belloninsuranceagents.com.mx
 
At our August 1 meeting we had a surprise visit from Assistant District Governor of district 4140, Salvador Beas Gonzalez from Zacoalco, his wife Mireya Hernandez Sayula and their son Salvador Beas Hernandez.
 
 During the same meeting, two new members; Johan Dirkes, who transferred from the Rotary Club of Guadalajara Internacional, and Gordon Wainwright, who transferred from the Rotary Club of Calgary, Alberta, introduced themselves.
 
Sam F. Owori, Rotary International president-elect, died unexpectedly Thursday as a result of post-operative  complications from a planned surgery.  Sam was a member of the Rotary Club Kampala, Uganda, for 38 years.
 
 
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Speakers
Doug Lyle
Sep 26, 2017
Quarterly Business Meeting
Sandra Wicks
Oct 03, 2017
Water Projects
Dr Black
Oct 10, 2017
TBA
Doug Lyle and Members
Oct 17, 2017
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