The name “Abraco” means a small or little hug. Unlike the “abrazzo” – a full hug, an abraco is similar to a one-armed hug with the person beside you. The term, and ultimately the name of this newsletter, was introduced to the community by Rex McMillan, an active member and one-time president of Vermont Tres Dias. Rex also served on the International Tres Dias assembly.

Jul 112020

Hello Pescadores,

Here is your newsletter. It has been a long time since one was published but with the weekends coming up, here is info about your Rectors and the team that is still in process. Pray for Pilgrims, who can YOU sponsor?


2020 07July-08Aug

Oct 012018

Hello Pescadores,

Here is your newsletter! In it is the team list so you can start writing Palanca. Through email, you will be getting a list of the Pilgrims, and that should also be available at the October Secuela at Essex Alliance Church.  Speaking of Secuelas, it is not too early to sign up for next year. Please give Dave Satre a call to pick your month to host in 2019. His phone number is in the newsletter.

October’s gathering will be in Essex at the Essex Alliance Church and will have a special guest from International Tres Dias, Frank Yarbrough. There will also be a dinner hosted by Essex Alliance Pescadores. Please contact Jerry or Beth Cole if you wish to attend the dinner, their number is and times are the newsletter as well.

Once you have your newsletter open you can also print it for your convenience. If you have someone that you are thinking of sponsoring, get their application in soon, we are halfway full with the women, so it is looking good!! Names will be coming out soon!!


Brenda & Janet
Communications Committee

Mar 072017

Dear Pescadores,

Here is the first newsletter for 2017. Not much news, but a good list of the monthly Secuelas and the fall dates!

Also, March’s Secretariat and Secuela will be held at Green Mountain Gospel Chapel on March 18th. Secretariat begins at 5:00 and the Secuela at 6:30. This is a very central location, so call a Pescadore or two, and attend the gathering!

The newsletter is always available on the web site under the Newsletter tab. We have heard that some people can’t seem to get the newsletter to open. This email will have a hyperlink to click and the should open. All I can say is to keep clicking or just go to the website and find it under the Newsletter tab.

Here is a link to the Abraco

Blessings to all,

Brenda & Janet
Communication Committee