Friday, March 28, 2008

March Birthday Party Giggles...

Sometimes cleaning up after the party can be more fun than the candles and cake. As the team started to sort out the aftermath, the helium balloons provided an ample supply of laughs that made this month's birthdays memorable and hard to beat in April.

Friday, March 14, 2008

Nino sings the Devil in Disguise

Emboldened by his performance success with Viva Las Vegas, Nino turns to Mary Lynn and labels her the Devil in Disguise. Elvis never handled a wrench as well

Nino sings Viva Las Vegas

Nino is an unusual specialized mechanic. He is an expert at restoring and repairing vintage Jags. What one doesn't know about Nino until you meet him in his small garage outside of Zurich, is that Nino loves Karaoke... and is great at it too. Hope you enjoy this clip.

Friday, March 7, 2008

At Coquimbo...

The workers were clearly part of the team looking to make the 2008 FIFA Women's U20 World Cup Chile to be a big success. With its sister city Serena, Coquimbo combines to provide a beach community for the summer competition.

Not only were the laborers committed but the Government of President Bachelet, represented in Coquimbo and nationally by a group of very competent women, are seeing to it that the construction dates are met.

Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Blazer meets with Temuco Mayor and Officials

The construction site of the new stadium in Temuco was the venue of the Press Conference and meeting with the FIFA delegation and Mayor Francisco Huenchumilla Jaramillo.

Temuco has been designated as one of the four venues for the FIFA Women's U20 World Cup Chile 2008. Excavation has been right on schedule and the stadium plans were very impressive as a major facility for the community. Following the Press Conference, the Mayor and his staff held a luncheon for the FIFA delegation.

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Chairman Blazer visit Chile's Women U20

Blazer meets with President Bachelet

FIFA Women's U20 World Cup Chairman Chuck Blazer meets with President Bachelet in the Presidential Palace in Santiago, Chile to discuss the progress of preparation for the November 2008 event.

Click the Arrow below to see the chat in the Palace...