by Brian Flagg,

EL CANTO DE ZACARIAS – THE SONG OF ZECHARIAH (he was John the Baptist’s dad) (Luke 1, 67-79)

On some level I’m kind of a devout Catholic Christian. I read the Scriptures for the daily mass in Español and English every day, am a lector at Santa Cruz Catholic Church and attend Mass almost every Sunday.

But on Christmas and Easter my eyes tend to glaze over and I don’t practice.

I guess I’m repulsed by the way our Demonic secular society takes over our Catholic Christian Church, how they pimp the season.

I got up this morning, Christmas Eve, in kind of a lousy, apprehensive mood and the first reading was from 2 Samuel. It was filled with all those things that guys like Benjamin Netanyahu, the president of Israel, cite as justification for the occupation and oppression of Palestinians. I felt exasperated.

But then I immersed myself in the gospel, It was The Song of Zechariah, a true song of liberation for those who dare to be touched and transformed by the story of the Creator God becoming human.

This song proclaims that because of this history of salvation, we can choose to be free from fear to serve our Creator in holiness and justice! The English translation uses the word virtue instead of justice, a big huge difference. The English translation lets comfortable members in good standing in our largely apostate Church off the hook? They can pat poor people on the head, give them a sandwich, go to church and not deal with grave social injustices that allow some to live like kings while most suffer from poverty, even extreme poverty.

So today I feel affirmed that we here at the Casa Maria Catholic Worker Community are on the right track because our Catholic Christian faith history really is about seeing and feeling and doing our part in the ongoing struggle to create the Kingdom of God right here on Earth, starting here in Barrio Libre (South Tucson).

My daily missal in Español, PAN de la PALABRA ends every day with a short exhortation entitled La Palabra en tu vida.

Here is today’s:

“The Song of Zechariah is an invitation to review and discover the actions of God in our history and in our lives, not only in the past, but every moment, and to take it as an example to catch the enthusiasm of Zechariah and give thanks to God with all our being.”

Luke 1, 67-79

His father Zechariah was filled with the Holy Spirit and spoke to this prophecy:

“Blessed be the Lord, the God of Israel, for he has visited his people, he has come to their rescue and he has raised up for us a power for salvation in the House of his servant David, even as he proclaimed, by the mouth of his holy prophets from ancient times, that he would save us from our enemies and from the hands of all who hate us. Thus he shows mercy to our ancestors, thus he remembers his holy covenant, the oath he swore to our father Abraham that he would grant us, free from fear, to be delivered from the hands of our enemies, to serve him in holiness and virtue in his presence, all our days.

And you, little child, you shall be called Prophet of the Most High, for you will go before the Lord to prepare the way for him. To give his people knowledge of salvation through the forgiveness of their sins; this by the tender mercy of our God who from on high will bring the rising Sun to visit us, to give light to those who live in darkness and the shadow of death, and to guide our feet into the way of peace.”


por Brian Flagg,

De cierta manera soy un  devoto Católico Cristiano. Leo las Escrituras para las misas diarias en español y en ingles todos los días, soy lector en la Iglesia Católica Santa Cruz y voy a Misa casi todos los domingos.

Pero durante la Navidad y la Pascua mis ojos tienden a nublarse y no participo.

Creo que me repulsa la manera en que nuestra Endemoniada sociedad secular se apodera de nuestra Iglesia Católica Cristiana, y la utiliza durante estas épocas.

Me levante esta mañana, el día antes de la Navidad, de mal humor aprehensivo y leí Samuel 2. Estaba lleno de aquellas cosas que personas como Benjamín Netanyahu, presidente  de Israel, cita para justificar la ocupación y opresión de Palestina. Me sentí exasperado.

Pero luego me enfoque en la Canción de Zacarías, una verdadera canción de libertad para aquellos que se atreven a ser tocados y transformados por la historia de Dios el Creador siendo un ser humano.

¡Esta canción proclama que debido a la historia de la salvación, podemos escoger el estar libres de temor y servir a nuestro Creador en santidad y justicia! La versión en ingles usa la palabra virtud en vez de justicia, una enorme diferencia. ¿La traducción en ingles permite a las personas que estén cómodas o que tienen un buen estándar en el gran apostolado de  nuestra Iglesia a no tener que hacer nada? Ellos pueden darle una palmada en la cabeza a las personas pobres, darles un sándwich, ir a la iglesia y no tener que lidiar con las graves injusticias sociales que permiten que algunos vivan como reyes mientras que la mayoría sufre de pobreza, incluso extremada pobreza.

Entonces, hoy reafirmo que aquí en la Casa de Trabajadores Católicos de Casa María estamos en el camino correcto por que la historia de nuestra fe Cristiana Católica es en realidad ver, sentir y ser parte de la lucha por crear el Reino de Dios aquí en la tierra, empezando aquí en Barrio Libre (Sur Tucson).

Mi misal diario en Español, PAN de la PALABRA, termina cada día con un una pequeña exhortación titulada La Palabra en tu vida.

Aquí está la del día de hoy:

El canto de Zacarías es una invitación a repasar y descubrir las acciones de Dios en nuestra historia y en nuestra vida, no nada más en el pasado, sino a cada momento, y a tomarlo como modelo para contagiarnos del entusiasmo de Zacarías y darle gracias a Dios con todo nuestro ser.   

Lucas 1, 67-79

Su padre Zacarías estaba lleno del Espíritu Santo y habló de esta profecía:

“Y  nos ha levantado un cuerno de salvación en la casa de David su siervo, tal como lo anunció por boca de sus santos profetas desde los tiempos antiguos,  salvación de nuestros enemigos y de la mano de todos los que nos aborrecen; para mostrar misericordia a nuestros padres, y para recordar su santo pacto, el juramento que hizo a nuestro padre Abraham: concedernos que, librados de la mano de nuestros enemigos, le sirvamos sin temor en santidad y justicia delante de Él, todos nuestros días. Y tú, niño, serás llamado profeta del Altísimo; porque irás delante del Señor para preparar sus caminos; para dar a su pueblo el conocimiento de la salvación por el perdón de sus pecados, por la entrañable misericordia de nuestro Dios, con que la Aurora nos visitará desde lo alto, para dar luz a los que habitan en tinieblas y en sombra de muerte, para guiar nuestros pies en el camino de paz.



by Brian Flagg,

I have to admit to feeling that Salpointe High School and private education in general is elitist and that its brilliance (in both academics and football) is somehow connected to and responsible for the 50% drop out rate and less successful teams at schools such as Pueblo.

But then I got invited to Jessica Ellers’ Social Justice Class the students take during their junior year. I was one of the judges of projects that the students did to “solve poverty”.

I now have a whole new point of view of what a Salpointe education could produce. They did pretty thorough research and they even quoted Scripture and relevant papal encyclicals! They were tasked with seeing poverty through the lens of consumerism which really seemed to make it personal for them.

So this is the thank you letter I was compelled to write to Ms. Eller and the students:

Dec. 12, 2013

Dear Jessica Eller and the Social Justice Students at Salpointe High School,

Thanks for inviting me to hear your projects on how to solve poverty.

I was very impressed with your research and how thoughtful and serious you all were. I especially enjoyed Andrews’ tirade about the hypocrisy of institutions such as TIME magazine! (This was before Time declared Pope Francis their Man of the Year).

So you are all pretty smart about these issues, now what are you gonna do about it? Faith and knowledge need to get put into action or else you run the risk of being a hypocrite.

A few things to consider:

Continue to read, read, read, search for knowledge and be critical thinkers.

Figure out how you personally and collectively struggle for justice and basic human rights for all. This includes the right to food, a roof over your head, health care, education and maybe most importantly a job with a living wage.

Our society has the knowledge and the power to accomplish this almost immediately, but greedy people who profit off the present system have up until now not allowed it to happen.

The struggle continues…

Maybe a good starting point is for you all to harass your parents about voting and voting in accordance with the Social Teachings of the Catholic Church?

Please come and help us in The Soup Kitchen and in our efforts with the Bus Riders Union and organizing parents for quality public education.

Peace and Love,

Brian Flagg

¿Qué significa la Virgen de Guadalupe para nosotros en Casa María?


por Jimmy Ojeda
En Diciembre de 1531 en el cerro de Tepeyac, actualmente la Ciudad de México, un indígena llamado Juan Diego contemplo la aparición de la Madre de Dios. Con la vestimenta y las características de una indígena doncella y dirigiéndose a Juan Diego en su lenguaje nata, ella le indico que él le dijera al obispo que construyera un santuario en ese lugar. Como seña, ella dejo su rostro en su manto- la milagrosa imagen de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe.

En las palabras del padre teólogo Virgil Elizondo, “su imagen y fascinante historia continúan atrayendo, consolando, sanado, fortaleciendo, inspirando e iluminando a las personas a través de toda América y mas allá.” El dice que ella es la más grande evangelizadora de la iglesia de de las Américas, y ella es la protectora y libertadora de los pobres, los oprimidos y los abandonados.
El Padre Carmelita Dave Innocenti O Carm, fundador de Casa María, le hizo saber muy claramente A Brian Flagg cuando recién llegó aquí, que la Virgen de Guadalupe es la protectora de este barrio. Ella vela sobre las personas que vienen a comer, y su imagen cubre a todas las personas que viene a comer y servir cada día.
Elsa Vaquero, una salvadoreña y Guadalupana de la parroquia de Santa Cruz y voluntaria en Casa María, nos dice que la Virgen de Guadalupe es la madre de Dios. Ella está muy contenta de haber podido participar en la procesión que la parroquia Santa Cruz realizo ayer en nuestro barrio, en celebración a la Virgen de Guadalupe. Elsa comento con mucho cariño que la procesión fue muy bella. “Ella es la madre de todo el mundo. Ella no ve colores, estatus legal, clase social, edades ni géneros.” Todos andamos muy protegidos porque somos hijos de ella, y ella intercede por todos nosotros.
Librada Alameda, nativa de Nogales Sonora, madre de Laura Alameda viven aquí en Casa María con su familia. Ella comparte los sentimientos de Elsa, al sentirse muy bendecida y protegida por la Virgen de Guadalupe. Ella incluso le ha hecho un altar a la Virgen en el patio de su casa. Librada le tiene mucha fe y le está muy agradecida por todas las bendiciones que ha recibido. Ella comenta que debemos recordar que hay que celebrar a la Virgen de todos los días, y no solo en este día, aunque es un día muy especial.

by Jimmy Ojeda
In December 1531 on the hill of Tepeyac in what is present-day Mexico City an Indian named Juan Diego beheld an apparition of the Mother of God. With the attire and features of an Indian maiden and addressing Juan Diego in his native tongue she instructed him to tell the bishop to build a shrine on that spot. As a sign she left her image on his cloak-the miraculous image of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
In the words of theologian Fr. Vigil Elizondo, “her image and fascinating story continue to attract, console, heal, strengthen, inspire, and illuminate people through the Americas and beyond.” He says that she is the great evangelizer of the church and of the Americas and is the protector and liberator of the poor, the downtrodden and the disenfranchised.
Father Dave Innocenti O. Carm, the founder of Casa Maria, made it very clear to Brian Flagg upon his arrival, that the Virgin of Guadalupe is the protector of this neighborhood. She looks over the people who come to eat, and her image covers everyone who comes to eat and serve every day.
Elsa Vaquero a native from El Salvador, a Guadalupana from Santa Cruz parish, and a volunteer of Casa Maria, tells us that the Virgin of Guadalupe is the mother of God. She is very happy for being able to participate in the procession that Santa Cruz parish held yesterday in our neighborhood to celebrate Our Lady of Guadalupe. Elsa very passionately commented that the procession was very beautiful. “She is the mother of everyone. She doesn’t see colors, legal status, social class, ages or gender.” We are all much protected because we are her children and she advocates for all of us.
Librada Alameda is a native of Nogales Sonora and mother of Laura Alameda who lives here in Casa Maria with her family. She shares Elsa’s feelings of being very blessed and protected by the Virgen of Guadalupe. She has built a small shrine to the Virgen on the front yard of her house. Librada is very faithful towards her, and she is very thankful for all the blessings she has received. She also says that we should remember to celebrate the Virgen every day and not only on this day, although it is a very special day.



by Brian Flagg,

December 8, 2013 Second Sunday of Advent

Mathew 3: 1-12

In due course John the Baptist appeared; he preached in the wilderness of Judaea and this was his message: -“Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is close at hand.” This was the man the prophet Isaiah spoke of when he said:

                                A voice cries in the wilderness:

                                prepare a way for the Lord,

                                make his paths straight.

This man John wore a garment made of camel hair with a leather belt around his waist, and his food was locusts and wild honey. Then Jerusalem and all Judaea and the whole Jordan district made their way to him, and as they were baptized by him in the river Jordan they confessed their sins. But when he saw a number of Pharisees and Sadducees coming for baptism he said to them, “Brood of vipers, who warned you to fly from the retribution that is coming? But if you are repentant, produce the appropriate fruit, and do not presume to tell yourselves, ‘We have Abraham for our father,’ because, I tell you, God can raise children form Abraham from these stones. Even now the ax is laid to the roots of the trees, so that tree which fails to produce good fruit will be cut down and thrown to the fire. I baptize you in water for repentance, but the one who follows me is more powerful than I am, and I am not fit to carry his sandals; he will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and fire.

This is possibly my favorite story, my favorite character of all, in the entire Bible!

Today we live within the confines of a mostly apostolate Christian Catholic Church. The faith has been domesticated. It has been pimped by well fed, well educated religious opportunists.

It was the same dynamic in the times of Jesus and St. John the Baptist. Juan called these guys a bunch of snakes, He told them to quit pimping his religion, repent and live an authentic faith, in solidarity with the poor and marginalized.

He employs vivid symbols such as an ax, producing good fruit, the wilderness (meaning the desert) and FIRE!

por Brian Flagg,

Diciembre 8 del 2013, Segundo Domingo de Adviento

Mateo 3: 1-12
Por aquel tiempo se presentó Juan Bautista y empezó a predicar en el desierto de Judea; este era su mensaje: “Renuncian a su mal camino, porque el Reino de los Cielos está cerca.” Es a Juan a quien se refería el profeta Isaías cuando decía:

Una voz grita en el desierto:
Preparen un camino al Señor;
hagan su senderos rectos.

Además de la piel que le ceñía la cintura, Juan no tenía más que un manto hecho de pelo de camello. Su comida eran langostas y miel silvestre. Venían a verlo de Jerusalén, de toda la Judea y de la región del Jordán. Y además de confesar sus pecados, se hacían bautizar por juan en el rio Jordán.
Juan vio que un grupo de fariseos y de saduceos habían venido donde el bautizaba, y les dijo: “Raza de víboras, ¿Cómo van a pensar que escaparan del castigo que se les viene encima? Muestren los frutos de una sincera conversión, pues de nada les sirve decir: “Abraham es nuestro padre”. Yo les aseguro que dios es capaz de sacar hijos de Abraham aun de estas piedras. El hacha ya está puesta a la raíz de los árboles, y todo árbol que no da buen fruto, será cortado y arrojado al fuego.
Yo los bautizo en el agua, y él es el camino a la conversión. Pero después de mi viene uno con mucho más poder que yo – yo ni siquiera merezco llevarle las sandalias-, él los bautizara en el Espíritu Santo y el Fuego.

¡Esta historia es posiblemente mi favorita, y mi personaje favorito, de toda la Biblia!

Hoy vivimos en los confines de una Iglesia Cristiana Católica apostólica. La fe ha sido domesticada. Ha sido prostituida por religiosos oportunistas bien alimentados y educados.

Fue la misma dinámica que en los tiempos de Jesús y San Juan el Bautista. Juan llamo a estos hombres culebras, Él les dijo que dejen de prostituir su religión, arrepentirse y vivir una fe autentica, en solidaridad con los pobres y marginalizados.

¡El empleó símbolos vívidos tales como una hacha, el producir buen fruto, el yermo (significa el desierto) y el Fuego!

Fight For 15! Tucson’s Contribution to the National Campaign to Raise the Minimum Wage to $15 an Hour

by Cesar Aguirre & Brian Flagg

On Thursday Dec. 5, Tucsonans joined with approximately 200 other cities to stand in solidarity with fast food workers (McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Burger King). The majority support families and find it impossible to make ends meet at minimum wage.

This action was at noon at the McDonald’s at Speedway and Alvernon, and was organized by Service Employees International Union (SEIU), with a little help from us here at Casa Maria.

It was a cold and wet day, but the energy level was high. We brought hot coffee, sandwiches and donuts.

There were lots of uptight cops being ordered around by the manager of the McDonald’s. Pissed off Tea Party members were present, along with local hate radio personalities.

The action was really exciting, important and even fun.

Our problem was with the reporting. The TV news was actually pretty good. They interviewed Cesar Aguirre and Rosamaria Solarez from Casa Maria as well as  County Supervisor Richard Elias and TUSD School Board member Camiliano Juarez.

The Arizona Daily Star ran a story on page 2 with a little picture that said that two dozen people participated. The truth is there were 80 to 100 people.

The Star ran a big, week-long series on poverty in Tucson recently, but when people in the community actually try to speak to economic injustice at specific locations in Tucson, their efforts are diminished by The Star.

What’s up with that?


Take Action Against Low Pay!


by  Jimmy Ojeda

Stand with striking fast food workers on Thursday, December 5th at 12:00 pm, on the Mc Donald’s 3856 E. Speedway (Speedway/Alvernon).  Workers will demand $15 an hour and the right to form a union without retaliation. Employers like McDonalds, Burger King and Wendy’s are raking in enormous profits while workers mostly adults with families, don’t get paid enough to cover basic needs like food, rent, health care and transportation.

These employees are risking our jobs as they continue to stand up and say ENOUGH. Everyone who believes in justice should support them. It’s time to give every worker a chance to survive and thrive – and strengthen Tucson’s economy.

Stand with striking Tucson fast food workers. They deserve $15 an hour and the right to form a union without retaliation!


por Jimmy Ojeda

Únase a  los trabajadores de comida rápida el jueves 5 de diciembre a las 12:00 pm, en el Mc Donald’s 3856 E. Speedway (Speedway/Alvernon).  Los trabajadores estan exigiendo $15 dolares la hora y el derecho a formar un sindicato. Mientras que empleadores como McDonalds, Burger King y Wendy’s acumulan ganancias, la mayoría de los trabajadores, que son adultos con familias que mantener, no pueden pagar sus necesidades básicas como la comida, el alquiler, la calefacción, la atención médica y el transporte.

Ellos estan dispuestos a arriesgar sus trabajos para ponerse de pie y decir YA BASTA. Necesitan que se personas que estan en favor de la justicia se unan apoyen.  Ha llegado la hora para darle a cada trabajador una oportunidad para sobrevivir y prosperar, y para fortalecer la economía de Tucson.

Apoyemos a los trabajadores de comida rápida que están en huelga. ¡Merecen $15 la hora y el derecho a formar un sindicato, sin represalias!


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by Brian Flagg

It is wrong, sinful and unjust to cleanse the downtown of poor and working people.

Let’s be real. Many, maybe not all, developers cashing in on downtown gentrification have wanted to see the Ronstadt Transit Center disappear. They claim it is not the best and highest use of that prized piece of property, but we say the best and highest use for whom? They think they could entice more people with money downtown without the presence of all those scary, low income people of color who ride the bus and use Ronstadt.

If you don’t believe me, get on a bus to the downtown and experience the disparity between the bus riders and the ever increasing yuppification of downtown.

We at Casa Maria whole heartedly agree with Councilwoman Regina Romero, who ran for office on a platform of ‘A Downtown for Everyone.’

Public policy to this effect needs to listen to and serve the masses of people, mostly Democrats and Independents, who voted for them, and not give the store away to downtown developers.

All of their task forces on poverty and such need to be authenticated by concrete actions, such as not raising bus fares and not handing over a precious public asset like Ronstadt to developers.

To ever imply that the all Democrat Mayor and Council are not business friendly is a joke!

Here is a list of investments the City has made to ensure that downtown developers make lots of money:

  1. The Streetcar
  2. The 4th Ave. Underpass
  3. The re-make of Scott Ave.
  4. Free Rent for Maynards Restaurant
  5. Funding the Downtown Partnership
  6. A 5th Police Zone created especially for Downtown
  7. Overlay Zones (subsidies and /or deregulation for building ordinances)
  8. INCENTIVES (stay tuned. This one deserves a future vocesdecasamaria post all of its own!)

And the list goes on.


por Brian Flagg

Está mal, es un pecado, y es injusto que se trate de limpiar el centro de la ciudad de pobres y de personas trabajadoras.

Seamos reales. Muchos, tal vez no todos los desarrolladores que están ganando de la gentrificación del centro de la ciudad, han deseado que desaparezca la Terminal de Transporte Ronstadt.  Ellos dicen que no se le está dando el mejor ni el más alto uso a este pedazo de propiedad, pero nosotros nos preguntamos ¿el mejor y más alto uso para quién? Ellos piensan que pueden atraer a más personas con dinero al centro de la ciudad si no existiera la presencia de todos aquellos que asustan, personas de color, de bajos recursos que usan el camión y la terminal Ronstadt.

Si no me creen, suba al camión que va al centro de la ciudad y observe personalmente las diferencias entre los pasajeros del camión y el constante incremento de otras personas con dinero.

Nosotros de Casa María, de todo corazón estamos de acuerdo con la Concejala Regina Romero, quien hizo su campaña para política con la plataforma ‘El Centro de la Ciudad para Todos.’

Los que trabajan en hacer leyes públicas, necesitan escuchar y servir a las multitudes de personas, en su mayoría Demócratas e Independientes, que votaron por ellos, y no regalar la tienda a los desarrolladores del centro de la ciudad.

Todos sus grupos de trabajo sobre la pobreza y otros temas, necesitan ser validados con acciones concretas como por ejemplo, el no incrementar las tarifas del camión y no entregar  bienes públicos como la terminal Ronstadt a desarrolladores.

¡Insinuar que el Alcalde y el Concilio Demócrata no son amigables con los negocios es una broma!

Aquí hay una lista de inversiones hechas por la Cuidad para asegurar que los desarrolladores del centro de la ciudad hagan bastante dinero:

  1. El Tranvía
  2. El Paso a desnivel de la 4ta Avenida
  3. El rehacer de la Avenida Scott
  4. Renta gratuita para el restaurant  Maynards
  5. Financiamiento para el Downtown Partnership
  6. Una  5ta Zona de Policias creada exclusivamente para el Centro de la cuidad
  7. Zonas de revestimiento (subsidiadas y/o sin regulaciones para las ordenanzas de construcción)
  8. INCENTIVOS (¡Esto merece un articulo futuro en vocesdecasamaria por si solo!)

Y la lista continúa.



by Brian Flagg,

Thanks to Dave Slutes and Richard Oseran from Club Congress and to everyone who attended! It wasn’t a totally packed house but it definitely wasn’t empty.

Rich Hopkins and the Sand Rubies opened with a blistering set of Sand Rubies classics, in addition to the old Ringo Starr song ‘Post cards.’

Brian Lopez followed with some mellow acoustic tunes.

Technobanda La Picosa never showed up so the famous Catholic musician from Casa Maria, Cesar Gonzales jumped on stage with his guitar and absolutely rocked the house with Mexicano classics such as ‘El Rey,’ ‘Sabor a mi’ and ‘La Bamba.’

Then Cesar Aguirre, also from Casa Maria, showed off his positive rap skills, he was really truthful and really good.

The evening closed with the all-girl band Sugar Stains, led by Amy Munoz. They brought tons of energy and even covered ‘War Pigs’ by Black Sabbath!

A good time was had by all and we made 500 bucks and received lots of canned goods for The soup and The family bags.


por Brian Flagg,

¡Gracias a Dave Slutes y Richard Oseran del Club Congress, y a todos los que atendieron!  No hubo casa llena pero definitivamente no estaba vacía.

Rich Hopkins y Sand Rubies abrieron el evento con un set intenso de clásicos de Sand Rubies,  y la vieja canción de Ringo Starr  ‘Post cards.’

Luego Brian López continúo con unas canciones acústicas melódicas.

La Techno-banda La Picosa nunca llego, por este motivo, el famoso músico Católico de Casa María, Cesar Gonzales salto al escenario con su guitarra e hizo mover la casa con sus clásicos Mexicanos como ‘El Rey,’ ‘Sabor a mí’ y ‘La Bamba.’

Luego Cesar Aguirre, también de Casa María, mostró sus destrezas como un positivo rapero, el fue muy verdadero y muy bueno.

La noche se cerró con la banda de puras mujeres, Sugar Stains, dirigido por Amy Muñoz. ¡Ellas trajeron mucha energía e incluso tocaron la canción ‘War Pigs’ de Black Sabbath!

Todos lo pasaron muy bien. Nosotros recaudamos $500 dólares y recibimos muchas latas de alimentos para la sopa y para las bolsas familiares.