Manuel Antonio/Quepos Tidings
The Titi Conservation Alliance would like to thank everyone who participated in its second annual Cocktail Party at the end of October. Gaia Hotel & Reserve hosted a great second edition of the event, with contributions from many other local businesses and providers. Thanks to community cooperation and involvement, the alliance celebrated the achievement of a longtime goal to reforest 40,000 native trees within the Naranjo River Biological Corridor. Titi Conservation Alliance will now lead the corridor’s second phase with a new goal of 20,000 trees.
The Foursquare Church in Manuel Antonio offers an English-language service at Casa de Pan the last Sunday of every month at 8:30 a.m., with worship music, sermon and Sunday school for toddlers through sixth-graders, followed by a get-together for brunch after the service. Find them behind Villas Lirio, taking a right at the new Super Blanco, half a block down on the right.
Also, the Quepos Christian Fellowship meets the other Sundays of the month at 3:30 p.m. at the Iglesia Cuadrangular, 200 meters north of Banco Nacional in Quepos. The setting is in a Bible-study format. For more information, contact Bill and Debbie Boling at 8338-4655, Laura Stillwell at 8702-0807 or Gilbert Cruz at 8390-0591.
& Anita Myketuk, firstname.lastname@example.org
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