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The 1,000 Smiles Foundation is a non-profit organization focused on care of the less fortunate children in Mexico who suffer from lack of dental care and from maxillo-facial deformities such as cleft palate.

Next Clinic February 6th & 7th, 2015

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Alert: The toll road is open again all the way to Ensenada.

While the toll road is now officially open, frequent travelers are reporting there is so much work still in progress that there are several delays.  Many people are continuing to use the old(free) road.

MORE IMPORTANTLY—The City is completely tearing up Blvd. Costero (the road directly in front of ocean) and it is a HORRIBLE mess!!! At present they have excavated the ocean side of Blvd from the corner where you enter town for about 4 blocks.  Traffic is being diverted on to what is supposed to be the lane going OUT of town, cutting traffic flow from 2 lanes in each direction to one lane in each direction, trolling traffic to and from side streets.  It is VERY cumbersome and, as there is no parking on either side, the parking on 1st and even second streets is difficult.  As I know many of you stay in hotels in this area, be aware  that your busses are going to have a problem.  The construction is supposed to last 6 months (probably more like 8-9) but by the May clinic they should, hopefully, be far enough down the street so as not to affect you.
– Thanks to Ellen Daily, Volunteer Nurse who lives in Ensenada for this info

Many thanks to Ron and Betsy Vernetti for manning a table for TSF at the Rotary District 5340 Conference in Palm Springs Saturday, October 25th.We appreciate your dedication to our kids!



Visiting the August 2014 TSF clinic was Coronado Rotarian Ron Vernetti, (on the left), shown with TSF President Dr. Dave Irwin, La Jolla Sunrise Rotarian, and TSF Founder and National City Rotarian, Bob Chalfa. For more photos from the successful clinic, please visit the the Thousand Smiles Group FaceBook page.

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