Aeromexico a founder member of the Sky
Team offers more than 40 destinations in Mexico!
14 Gateway cities in the US: Chicago,
Ft. Lauderdale, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angles, Miami, New York City, Ontario,
Orlando, Phoenix, San Antonio, San Diego, Tucson & staring operations on July
3rd, 2007 to Seattle.
Aeromexico connects Europe, Central
America, and South America & Asia by offering service to: Paris, Madrid,
Managua, San Pedro Sula, Sao Paulo, Lima, Santiago and Tokyo.
During your trip, experience the
privileges Salon Premiere offers: Direct check-in, courtesy bar and beverages
service; executive service such as internet, facsimile capacity, photocopies;
meeting rooms, entertainment, satellite television, etc.
For more information and reservations
or 1800. 237.6639
BELMONT CHILDCARE ASSOCIATION
Belmont Child Care Association (BCCA) is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated
to raising financial resources necessary to maintain a quality Child Care Center
(Anna House) for the benefit of working families at New York thoroughbred
racetracks, ninety percent of whom are Mexican. The BCCA also determines the
admissions criteria for the children using Anna House, serves as an Advisory
Board to its child care service provider, and acts as a liaison between the
Center and race track management and other services.
Located at Belmont Park, Anna House is
for children between the ages of six weeks and five years of age, and opened its
doors the beginning of January 2003. Both front side and backstretch employees
at Belmont and Aqueduct Racetracks are able to use the center. The hours of
operation are 5 AM to 1PM, seven days a week, to accommodate the racetrack
employees and their work schedule. The BCCA depends on donations and grants to
keep Anna House operating. To learn how you can help give the children the head
start they need for school call The BCCA at (516) 488-2103. Visit our web site
to learn more about us.
MEXICANAL a national television network
on DirecTV más in the U.S. brings news and entertainment from Aguascalientes,
Campeche; Guanajuato, Jalisco, Michoacán, Nuevo Leon, Hidalgo, San Luis Potosi,
Estado de Mexico and Yucatán. Five exclusive episodes of the extremely popular
Tigres del Norte will air this fall. Contact Castalia at 1-888-396-7850.
Effective June 7, Continental starts
offering the only nonstop service between Houston and Loreto, Mexico. The new
twice weekly flight will bring the total destinations Continental serves in
Mexico to 31. To celebrate the service, OnePass members can earn double OnePass
bonus miles each way for travel between New York /Newark and Loreto from June 7,
2007 through August 31, 2007. For reservations call Continental Airlines at
1-800-523-FARE or ticket online at
COUNCIL FOR INTERNATIONAL TAX
CITE presents its 11th Annual “Mexico
Tax Update” conference taking place September 24 & 25, 2007 at the Manchester
Grand Hyatt in San Diego CA. This two day conference will cover the latest tax
and legal strategies for reducing the cost of doing business in Mexico,
featuring a discussion of new Mexico-U.S. tax planning ideas for 2007. For more
information contact CITE at (914) 328-5656 or
HUDSON RIVER HEALTHCARE
Hudson River HealthCare’s health
promoters traveled to Puebla, Mexico to participate in a week-long health
promotion training program developed in collaboration with the State of Puebla
Secretary of Health Services, the Puebla Migrant Affairs Commission, and the
Secretary of Social Development’s Agricultural Migrant Program.
Dr. Carmen Moran Vera of the Puebla
Secretary of Health, in collaboration with Hudson River HealthCare staff,
organized an intense, interactive training which included workshops on health
promotion strategies on immunizations, women’s health, prenatal care, HIV/AIDS,
TB, and diabetes. The Health Promoters were impressed by the emphasis placed on
and by the interdisciplinary team approach to promotion and education.
Of great interest to the participants
was a visit to Coxcatlan where the Secretary of Health’s modern medicine health
center supervises a traditional/alternative medicine health center next door.
Some of the traditional medicine services that are offered include curanderos
(folk healers), limpias (spiritual cleansings), temescal (ancient ritual steam
bath), parteras (traditional midwives), and a laboratory that supervises the
processing of medicinal herbs to be distributed by the in-house pharmacy. This
integrated approach provides an opportunity to increase awareness and access to
healthcare services, allowing the Secretary of Health’s personnel to build upon
the trust and relationships developed over generations between the community and
traditional medicine practitioners.
Hudson River has developed collaborative
binational relationships with State Health Secretariats, Migrant Affairs Offices
and other organizations in the Mexican States of Puebla and Oaxaca to improve
access, continuity and quality of healthcare services for migrant and immigrant
populations by building upon the knowledge of the health care systems in Mexico
and the United States.
The health promoter training program was
Increase knowledge of the health care
systems in Mexico; increase understanding of the migrant population’s health
priorities; increase awareness of the challenges faced by migrants that impact
health; increase familiarity of health-related beliefs, traditions and cultural
values; provide an opportunity for the exchange of experiences, program
strategies, and educational materials; and provide an opportunity to learn from
models that work in outreach and promotion
An invitation has been extended to the
Mexican Government in Puebla to learn about the US Health System in October
during Bi-National Health Week-2007.
MEXICANA AIRLINES ANNOUNCES NEW
EXCLUSIVE CONCIERGE PROGRAM AT JFK AIRPORT.
For the Business Traveler we have the
perfect program to simplify your airport experience; our Exclusive Concierge
Once enrolled, enjoy the advantages:
For more information, visit us at
or call 800 419 3126.