The American Legion Chapala Post 7 works actively with many local charities: Los Ninos de Chapala, Programa por Ninos Incacitados,and Operation Compassion. Our auxilary donates to Cruz Rojaa, The Little Blue School and Tepehua Community Center.
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Here are the topics that the Regional Federal Benefits Officer Mr. Rick Meyer would like to talk the American Legion community about on 11/26/18, 10:00am:
- PRESENT MR. RICK MEYER, THE NEW REGIONAL FEDERAL BENEFITS OFFICER TO THE COMMUNITY.
- PROVIDE GENERAL INFORMATION REGARDING VA AND SSA SERVICES .
- E-MAIL APPOINTMENT SYSTEM FEDERAL BENEFITS UNIT.
- INTERNATIONAL DIRECT DEPOSIT INFORMATION
- QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
- FREE SERVICE
See the Post’s Duty Officer Weekdays from 10 am to 1 pm to join or renew.
Published: 03 May 2018 Written by GR Staff
In response to concerns over a recent spike in home burglaries, Chapala Public Security Director Adán Dominguez has activated an emergency cell phone number to make direct contact with an English-speaking police officer.
The number 33-1360-8600 will operate 24/7, with the mobile phone trading hands between on-duty officers to cover all work shifts. Add the prefix 045 if dialing from a land line.
Callers are asked to limit reports to emergency situations only. Complaints about everyday public nuisances such as loud music and barking dogs in your neighborhood may be reported in person or by telephone at police headquarters in Chapala, Niños Heroes at Zaragoza, 765-4444.
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