Felix Rippy offers his “Places to Visit in Cuernavaca, Mexico”

 

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Zocalo
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An attorney with more than 20 years of experience, Felix Rippy also has training in public management from the Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Management. Felix Rippy is pursuing a PhD in public management at Florida International University in Miami, Florida, where he will be teaching in FIU’s public administration department as part of a fellowship. Outside of his work and academic pursuits, Felix Rippy enjoys traveling internationally and has lived in Cuernavaca, Mexico, which offers a number of unique places to visit. The following are just a few:

Teopanzolco’s archaeological zone: With ancient settlement from pre-Hispanic times, Teopanzolco features a temple where the Tlahuicas lived in the 13th century.

The Palace of Cortes: Built by Hernan Cortes, this medieval-style palace is similar to a fortress. Since 1974, the palace has been home to a museum showcasing pre-Hispanic pieces.

Zocalo: Located on the first block of Cuernavaca, the Zocalo features the famous Jardín Juarez (Juarez garden) and a kiosk imported from England in 1890. The Zocalo serves as a central place to relax and enjoy local foods and treats.

Felix Rippy, Round Rock Kiwanis – Educating Citizens/Children

 

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Round Rock Kiwanis
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Attorney Felix Rippy started his own law firm in 1994 where he practiced for over 20 years. Currently, he is enrolled in Indiana University Graduate School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA). Additionally, from 1998 to 2008, Felix Rippy served as the president of the Round Rock, Texas, Morning Sunrisers Kiwanis Club.

The Kiwanis Club is a worldwide organization that strives to meet the needs of children by means of service projects and fundraising. On September 30, 2017, the Round Rock Noon Kiwanis Club will be hosting its 26th Annual Pancake Breakfast at the City of Round Rock Allen R. Baca Center for Senior and Community. At five dollars per ticket, guests can enjoy an all-you-can-eat full breakfast with proceeds going to helping children in the community.

After the breakfast, guests will participate in Public Safety Day to learn about Round Rock’s safety operations, which will include exploring fire engines and SWAT units. The Morning Sunrisers’ Kiwanis Club and its past President Felix Rippy congratulates the Noon Club for 26 years of success in this endeavor.