Revue Magazine May 2021


As we go to press the Guatemalan government is sending out notices about the roll-out of the COVID-19 vaccinations now in progress. Go to for more info.

Flora & Fauna of Guatemala is the theme in this month’s Photo Contest. Birds were a popular choice of focus for many of the participating photographers. The judges had a difficult time picking the top three and the popular vote brought in another four great photos. The theme for next month’s contest will be Families in Guatemala. Let’s see what happens.
REVUE Photo Contest May

3rd Place Judges Vote “Aurora con gallardia (Ferruginous Pygmy-Owl)” Villa Canales by Oscar Orantes Ortiz

The Rotary Club organization has always been known for doing good deeds in the community and the Rotary Club of Carpinteria Morning, Guatemala Chapter is no exception. It’s latest project Now It’s Our Turn involves repairing the infrastructure of the Cuerpo de Bomberos Municipales de Antigua (Municipal Firefighters’ Force of Antigua). The communication equipment needs to be repaired or replaced and the living quarters for volunteer firefighters (who work Ad honorem) need to be refurbished, procuring adequate furniture and decent living conditions for both men and women.
Mira Talbott-Pope gives us a progress report on A Community Garden. As she explains, “Our little Community Garden has made wonderful progress! We only have a 12th of an acre but Creando Mi Futuro families remain enthusiastic and continue to show up to learn more about organic agriculture, compost-making, etc. along with spending time working on the land itself.”

Have a great month of May. Happy Mother’s Day to all of you moms.

— John & Terry Kovick Biskovich

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