helping hands 2012
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DESCRIPTIONThe Helping Hands of 2012 - Pan American Health Service, Children’s Home and Nutrition Center Peña Blanca, Honduras
Loma Linda University SIMS (Students in International Misssion Service)
Lead by Emmely Rosspencer and Dr. Thomas WiegThe Loma Linda University SIMS,with Dr. Tom Wieg, hosted DentalHealth clinics for the communities in ourarea. Other members of the group used theirprofessional talents to benefit our children.
December 26, 2011 to January 2, 2012Mercy in Motion
Lead by Pastor Paul and Kay NewbyThis husband and wife team, with a heart formissions, united friends and familyto visit our campus and share their technicalexpertise and warm embraces in the Casita Feliz. They also made improvements in our Guest House and main Laundry.
January 23 29, 2012
R.O.O.M. Reach Out Orphanage Ministries
Lead by Tara and Jorge GarciaWorking with a donation from Toms shoes, Tara and Jorge Garcia, came to our campus to fit each one of our children and teens with black shoes that they can wear for the new school year. Thank you Tara and Jorge and Toms shoes.
January 29, 2012Creative Media Team
Lead by Meranda BeermaMeranda Beerman, a volunteer of several years ago, raised funds to pay for a promo-tional video that is being made to help spread the word about the PAHS work in Honduras. She and producer, Bryan Fellows, visited our campus to conduct interviews and capture on video life on the PAHS campus.
February 7-10, 2012
Mend a Child Mission Trip
Lead by Dr. Thomas WiegA group made up of members of theOakhurst and Chico Seventh-Day AdventistChurches in California came to our campusto spend time with our children and to makeimprovements. Among otherthings they made a wheelchair ramp so thatJenny could get into her Home withoutassistance see our letter about Jenny.
February 15-26, 2012
Rocky Mountain Conference of Seventh-Day Adventist Mission Team
Led by Pastor Benjie MaxsonThis group from Colorado worked long, arduous hours on the new Childrens Nutritional Rehabilitation Hospital, the Dining Hall and the new Clinic building. We rejoice to see a long dormant project awake and take shape once again, an answer to prayer!
March 7 -16, 2012
Andrews University Nutrition Department
Led by Dr. Winston CraigThe Nutrition students of Andrews University and their professor, Dr. Winston Craig, spent their Spring Break on our campus conducting field research based on the diets of the children in our community. They actively helped out in the child nutrition kitchens in the local towns.
March 15-22, 2012
Fountainview Academy of British Columbia, Canada
Led by Yolanda HallThe Senior Class of Fountainview Academy visited our campus to help care for the babies in Casita Feliz and to host a Music Camp for the children in our Home. They also chose to help further the construction of the new Childrens Nutritional Rehabilitation Hospital!
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