November newsletter draft

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Juan Carlos Ubrina and classmates.

Pictured above front and center wearing a redish shirt is Juan Carlos Urbina, who this Fall entered a Technical College in Colima to begin his studies to become an electrician. Juan Carlos was raised in Casa Hogar La Familia and is moving on to the next phase of his life. We are all extremely proud of Juan Carlos and wish him the best.
 

Maria Isabel Urbina graduates
Maria Isabel Urbina graduates from the University of Colima

On November 5, 2022, Isabel walked down the aisle to receive her degree in Finance from the University of Colima. Isabel and her husband, Gabriel, have worked as house parents at a casa hogar in Colima during their college years. Isabel hopes to find a job in a financial institution. They plan to remain in Colima, on the West Coast of Mexico about 16 hours by bus from Casa Hogar La Familia.
 

grandma silvia and baby
Grandma Silvia made sure we had plenty of photographs of Akin, the brand new baby boy of Silvia’s daughter Damaly.
Nanci Danielsen of Lighthouse Free Methodist Church of Fort Worth, TX is celebrating Sandy’s delicious Flan, one of my favorite treats when I visit Quecholac.
Nanci Danielsen,mission team leader from Lighthouse Church in Fort Worth and her mission team hosting Juan Francisco and Silvia, Directors at Casa Hogar La Familia.
Nanci Danielsen, mission team leader from Lighthouse Church in Fort Worth and her mission team hosting Juan Francisco and Silvia, Directors at Casa Hogar La Familia.
Storage building next to bodegas
One of two new storage buildings being built next to the current bodegas.