Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico:
The Lifeguard and Rescue Association of the
State of Baja California, Ensenada Delegation has just signed
a contract with the City of Ensenada.
Their volunteer lifeguards will guard the most visited beaches
of Ensenada from Friday to Sunday all summer long. In exchange
the Association will receive 12,000 pesos every two weeks,
a total of 66,000 pesos for the summer. Enough money to buy
food, gasoline, rescue equipment, uniforms, radios, tires
for their trucks, etc.
It is the first time that the city signs a contract with the
association, this guarantees the 2004 lifeguard service in
Ensenada and opens the door for the future Ensenada Lifeguard
Service when the new administration takes the office next
Galveston, TX - MLA Inaugural Meeting:
Dr. Victor Zavala, Chairman of the Asociacion de Mexican
Salvavidas (AMS), also known as the Mexican Lifeguard Association
(MLA), has recently announced the First National Meeting of
Mexican Lifeguards, in order to establish a constitution and
design a national structure for state representation. This
meeting will take place in Galveston, Texas, in conjunction
with the Fall USLA - National Meeting, this November 2004.
Its success will be dependent on the availability of all Mexican
regional lifeguard representatives to make that location on
Representatives from many of the coastal areas that presently
have volunteer and/or paid lifeguards, as well as all other
lifeguard groups, have been invited to this historical first
in Mexico meeting.
With the goal to establish a truly National Water Safety
Association, they will vote upon the first Board of Directors
and appoint Association Officers. The next step will be to
affiliate with the International Lifesaving Federation, in
order to align themselves properly for assistance in promoting
their mission throughout Mexico.
Dr. Victor Zavala , Interim Chairman, AMS
Home 011 52-(646)175-32-82 ( remember...011-52 first!)
Work (646)174-45-70 ext. 149
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