Mike's Gringo Life Radio Show, January 31, 2013

Posted by Gran Pacifica on Jan 28, 2013 1:24:08 PM

Mike's Gringo Life. Â Thursday January 31, 2013. Â On this week's show Mike interviews Peter Schaller of the Fabretto Foundation at the Domingo Savio Center in the cool hills above Managua, Nicaragua. Peter is a 17 year expat himself serving as the project director for the center and various other programs run by Fabretto to serve the educational and health needs of children and families around the country.

After we hear from Peter, we bring back Amanda Cobb for the Expat Kids segment. Amanda will help her dad interview 3 of the students attending the Domingo Savio High School. Marlane, Helen and Hillary are fine examples of the dedication all parties put forth showing up to help paint fences and plant trees for the center.

In the final segment of the program, Mike interviews John Dugue, a director of Gran Pacifica and the board's coordinator for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). ECI Development has a long history of CSR work in the region and  John's dedication to promoting and continuing this work is a hallmark of his service to ECI and to the various communities we belong to in the region.

We hope you will be able to catch the show this week and every Thursday at 2:00 PM Eastern Time. Join Mike on the Overseas Radio Network by just visiting the web at www.overseasradio.com and click the Listen Live button.  This week’s show is pre-recorded but you can email Mike, Peter and John in case you have questions about their interview.

Also, if you are not able to join Mike live, you can hear all of his broadcasts by visiting the Overseas Radio Network’s archives section.

Gran Pacifica

Written by Gran Pacifica

Gran Pacifica is a master planned community of over 2500 acres and 3.5 miles of Pacific coast line an hour west of Managua in Nicaragua. The company focuses on providing their international and domestic clientele with communities that feature first-rate amenities and infrastructure including underground utilities, paved streets and sidewalks. Gran Pacifica's primary demographic is North American Retirees and vacation homes in Nicaragua owners who enjoy living in a robust beach and golf community.

Topics: Social Responsibility