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Don Sergio Castro & El Andalón

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Don Sergio Castro & El Andalón

Betsy McNair of My Mexico Tours is passionate about México and has recently been working hard to share information about the work of Don Sergio Castro in Chiapas. There has been a film made about him and the tireless volunteering he does treating the illnesses of Chiapas’s poor. The trailer for the movie, El Andalón, is below:


Betsy wrote previously about the Sergio and the fundraising project in San Miguel, and she wrote a follow up post recently that includes the amazing fundraising results. I hope you’ll read both posts and be willing to donate to such a worthy cause. Gracias a todos!


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A True Mexican Hero

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A True Mexican Hero


Betsy McNair of My Mexico Tours wrote a blog post recently that introduced us to a most remarkable man. She is in San Miguel de Allende for the opening of a movie about his work titled El Andalón. I hope you’ll visit her blog and read about her “hero” Sergio Castro. Link is below:

Betsy’s blog post on Sergio Castro

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