ANA RECEIVES AWARD FROM PV DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM 2020

During the World Day of Tourism, the  Amapas Neighborhood Association was nominated and won the Distinctive Tourist Award for its support regarding tourist infrastructure. 

On September 29, 2020, a private event was held at the Hilton Hotel with safety and healthy measures in place that included everyone wearing masks, a temperature control spot, a small crowd separated by 6 feet distance from each other, and tables for two.  At this event a variety of corporations and Neighborhood Associations received their awards.  Sylvia Toy in representation of Amapas Neighborhood Association (ANA) accompanied by Viviana Testón, administrator of ANA, were pleased by the organization and safe environment to celebrate the World Day of Tourism 2020.   This has been a very difficult year for tourism worldwide.  Nonetheless, this yearly event occurred with health and safety guidelines in place by the Department of Tourism leader, Ramon Gonzalez Lomeli, sponsored by Outback and Abbraccio Restaurants, TAR aircraft, and 7 Leguas Tequila. 

 

During the event, each one of the organizations that received an award, had the opportunity to speak to the crowd regarding their achievements.  In the case of ANA, these achievements included the highway sidewalk, the stair repairs, and the PAVE food distribution program.  Sylvia Toy took the opportunity to thank the Department of Tourism for all the collaborative projects that have occurred during the last five years.

 

It is an important recognition of the hard work that ANA has done during all these years, the leadership shown by Sylvia Toy, and the public recognition by the city government and other organizations.  Stop by the ANA Office and see this award that motivates us to keep working together to improve our community.

 

On Thu, Oct 15, 2020 at 5:49 PM Viviana Teston <admin@amapaspv.com> wrote:

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During the World Day of Tourism, Amapas Neighborhood Association was nominated and won the tourist distinctive for its support regarding tourist infrastructure. 

On September 29th. 2020,  a private event, held in Hilton Hotel Salon, that was limited by safety and healthy measurements, that included everyone wearing masks, a temperature control spot, a small crown separated by 6 feet from each other, and on tables for two, a variety of corporations and Neighborhood Associations were awarded,  Sylvia Toy in representation of Amapas Neighborhood Association accompanied by Viviana Testón administrator of ANA,  were pleased by the organization, and safety environment, to celebrate the World Day of Tourism 2020, on a very difficult year for that the tourism worldwide, an event organized by the Department of tourism leader by Ramon Gonzalez Lomeli, sponsor by Outback and Abbraccio  Restaurant, tar aircraft, and tequila 7 Leguas.

During the event, each one of the organizations that were awarded, have the opportunity to speak to the crowd, while a small semblance that in the case of ANA included the sidewalk, the stairs repairs, and PAVE program.  Sylvia Toy took the opportunity to thank the Department of Tourism for all the join projects that have share during the last 5 years.

It is an important recognition on the hard work that ANA has done during all these years, the leadership showed by Sylvia Toy, and the public recognition by the city government and other organizations. A small aware that motive us to keep working together to improve our community.

THANK YOU VILLAS LOMAS LINDA

Hola Villas Loma Linda Board and Administrator! It is with a huge sigh of relief and the deepest appreciation that I write this note to all of you. On behalf of the Amapas Neighborhood Association (ANA) Board, I wish to express our gratitude and appreciation for your work with us during this pandemic. Who would have known that the world would turn upside down and life as we knew it would be so disrupted? Life continues, but it is so very different. All of us are adjusting and trying to figure out what our next steps are.

ANA has adopted an austerity budget that will get us through February, which will be our next annual general meeting. As a non-profit organization we have been dependent upon the various fundraisers we hold throughout the year to supplement the funds we bring in through membership. Recognizing that our ability to hold fundraisers will be significantly impaired as a result of the pandemic and the decreased number of returning visitors, we have had to think outside the box. We greatly appreciate that the VLL Board has worked with us and only charged us for the electricity we use and not expected rent from us, as well. That was a huge relief and we appreciate it.

We look forward to the time when we can meet, gather, and enjoy each other’s company. We look forward to the time when we can see each other as friends and colleagues as opposed to a possible infection. We look forward to having the ANA office be a place where members of the community gather and discuss issues. We will all get through this pandemic as long as we work together and trust each other to keep each other safe.

Thanks for trusting us.

Sylvia Toy, President
Amapas Neighborhood Association (ANA) and Amapas Junta Vecinal