Winthrop Congregational Church, UCC
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Honduras Update, 4/18/15
We had a great clinic at the church two days ago. We saw 30 people. We met Father OTilia and many of the church members. We are going to church service tonight. We have a clinic today in the morning at the bilingual school at French Harbor. It should be one of the busier clinics.
Otherwise, we are doing very well. We have done some snorkeling. It has been very breezy all week which has been really great for keeping things cool and keeping the bugs down.
This will probably be our last clinic today. We have had three busy clinics. We may do one more at the beginning of next week but I don't think so. We will be delivering all the extra medications and other supplies we brought to Clinica Esperanza next week.
We have eaten in some cute local restaurants and have done a little bit of snorkeling. Also went to the beach yesterday. We got a flat tire two nights ago and had to change it which was reminiscent of Lisa's experience last year. I hit a huge pothole driving, so yesterday we had to go back to the car rental and get a new tire.
Email is again intermittent. We will keep you posted and will write again in the next couple days.
Pete and Lisa
An Update from Pete and Lisa
We had trouble getting onto the blog.* Everything is going great here. We had our first clinic today and saw 47 patients in about one half day. This was in the small village next to where we are staying. It was very hot but we did fine. We had several students from the high school to help with translation. My brother Geoff and sister-in-law Becky helped out with checking people in.The students were a big help. They helped in the pharmacy and did I exams on the kids. They handed out reading glasses to most of the adults.
Yesterday went to the beach and get some swimming and snorkeling in the morning. In the afternoon we were judges at the science fair at the bilingual school. That was a lot of fun as well but a very long day. Three hours in the hot sun.
Tomorrow we have the day off and on Thursday we have a clinic at the bilingual school.
Thanks again for all your support. I will keep you all posted. Please forward this to everybody in the church.
Pete and Lisa
*Posted with help from Pastor Chrissy
This blog is being written by members of the KV Association Honduras Mission Team.