In the framework of Mother’s day, the city council of Mazatlán, in Sinaloa, spared no resources and organized an event to celebrate this May 10. With music, lights and entertainment, A raffle was held that included two cars of the year, among dozens of other household items.
The revelry was held at the Community Center of the Tercera Ampliación de Urías settlementwith a kilometric line to enter the fields, because in addition to women and mothers, minors and adults also attended, with the confidence of being one of the winners of the gifts provided by the municipal government.
Mayor Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres was present at the event, who took the opportunity to remember the efforts made by his mother after his father died in a car accident when he was a child. “I am proud of the mother I had (…) she gave us the principles and education that today strengthens us like never before,” she said.
In addition to the two vehicles of the year, considered to be the jackpot in the raffle, there were also five motorcycles, as well as washing machines, refrigerators, screens, stoves, fansbeauty products and appliances and other household appliances.
In a video shared on the social networks of the Mazatlan city hall, hundreds of mothers are seen lined up to enter the premises, where they were provided with some tickets to participate in the raffle and as a tasting they were given a tamale. In the clip you can also see the items to be raffled and the stage set up in the field, where musical presentations were made, while Chemist Benítez took selfies with the partygoers.
In Torreón, Coahuila, there will also be a musical event for Mother’s Day, in which the regional singer Julión Álvarez will perform in the Plaza Mayor at 8:00 at night to delight Coahuila mothers with their best songs. Access will be from 4:00 p.m. and it is requested to use the mask and keep a healthy distance.
On the other hand, Mexico City was not far behind, as the Banking and Industrial Police of the Secretariat of Citizen Security (SSC) offered a breakfast to police women and mothers at the Police Training and Development Center as recognition on their special day.
Before breakfast, the mothers of the Corporation were celebrated with mariachi music, who pleased them with the requested songs. An impersonator also attended, a cake was broken and the The PBI Sinaloense Band charmed the police of the 23 sectors that belong to said Institution with their songs.
Present at this event were the Undersecretary for Citizen Participation and Crime Prevention, Pablo Vázquez Camacho, the Director of Police Development, Oswaldo Cantellano Ledezma, as well as the Coordinator for Regulations and Interinstitutional Liaison, Mayra Rodríguez, who congratulated all the mothers cops.
For her part, the mayor of Cuauhtémoc, Sandra Cuevas, did not want to be left behind and reported that will be held a great celebration for Mother’s Day next sunday may 15 on the esplanade of the town hall. The guests are some of the greatest exponents of cumbia: The blue Angels.
It is worth mentioning that On May 9, La Sonora Dinamita offered a concert on the esplanade of the Venustiano Carranza mayor’s office. on the occasion of Mother’s Day, in which they also presented Reily Y Leo Romero. That same day, but Sonora Santanera was presented at the Iztacalco mayor’s office. Meanwhile, the singer Edith Márquez made a musical presentation at the Tlalpan mayor’s office on Sunday May 8.
In contrast to the celebrations, mothers of disappeared persons will carry out various marches this May 10 to remember their relatives. In Mazatlan, Sinaloa, the group “Lost treasures, until they are found” invited citizens to meet at the Monument to the Family at 10:00 a.m., while the XI March of National Dignity will take place in CDMX, which will depart from the Monument to the Mother to go towards the Angel of Independence.
According to the National Registry of Missing or Unlocated Persons, Until March 30, the country accumulated 98, 423 people in these circumstances.