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  1. Registering to Vote and Submitting a Ballot Registering to Vote and submitting a ballot is fast, easy, and can be done from anywhere in the world! Start by confirming your voter registration with your state. Some states require absentee voters to register annually so you may need to re-register. Go to FVAP.gov to connect to your state’s voter portal to register to vote, request a ballot, and more. Once you confirm your registration, follow a few simple steps to vote in the 2020 U.S. elections: 1. Request Your Ballot: Most states provide the option to request ballots through their state election portals, which you can easily access via FVAP.gov. You can also choose to complete a Federal Post Card Application (FPCA). The completion of the FPCA allows you to request absentee ballots for all elections for federal offices (President, U.S. Senate, and U.S. House of Representatives) including primaries and special elections during the calendar year in which it is submitted. FPCA forms that are correctly filled out and include a signature and date are accepted by all local election officials in every U.S. state and territory. FVAP’s easy online assistant can assist you with completing the FPCA. Whether you request your ballot through your state’s portal or the FPCA, we encourage you to select the option for receiving your ballot electronically (by email, internet download, or fax) when available. This is the fastest way for you to get your ballot and ensures you have it in time to return a completed form before your state’s deadline. 2. Receive and Complete Your Ballot: States are required to send out ballots 45 days before a regular election for federal office and states generally send out ballots at least 30 days before primary elections. Most states allow you to confirm your ballot delivery online. 3. Return Your Completed, Signed Ballot: Some states allow you to return your completed ballot electronically and others do not. If your state requires you to return paper voting forms or ballots to local election officials by mail, you can do so through international mail, professional courier service, or through U.S. Embassy Panama’s diplomatic pouch. The diplomatic pouch provides free mail service from embassies and consulates to a U.S. sorting facility. You will need to place your ballots in postage paid return envelopes or in envelopes bearing sufficient U.S. postage, in order for them to be delivered to the proper local election authorities. If using the diplomatic pouch, ballots can be dropped off to the American Citizens Services section by Ave. Demetrio Basilio Lakas, building #783, Clayton, Panama City from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please note that all visitors to the Embassy are subject to security screening and you will not be permitted to bring electronic devices, including cell phones, inside the facility. Please note that it can take up to fourweeks for mail to reach its destination if sent by an embassy or consulate via diplomatic pouch. All overseas U.S. citizens are advised to submit their forms and ballots accordingly. Researching the Candidates and Issues: Online Resources. Go to the FVAP links page for helpful resources to aid your research of candidates and issues. Non-partisan information about candidates, their voting records, and their positions on issues are widely available and easy to obtain on-line. You can also read national and hometown newspapers on-line or search the internet to locate articles and information. For information about election dates and deadlines, subscribe to FVAP's Voting Alerts (vote@fvap.gov). FVAP also shares Voting Alerts via Facebook (@DODFVAP), Twitter (@FVAP), and Instagram (@fvapgov). Learn more at the Federal Voting Assistance Program's (FVAP) website, FVAP.gov. If you have any questions about registering to vote overseas, please contact U.S. Embassy Panama City, Panama at Panama-ACS@state.gov. -- Denese A. Rodgers +507 6456-8539
  2. View this email in your browser The first clinic of the year for Amigos de Animales is coming up on Sunday January 26. As a reminder, our clinics are always on the last Sunday of the month, January through October. Some statistics: last year we spayed or neutered 2287 animals, 1161 dogs or 50.8% and 1126 cats or 49.2%, bringing our total animals to over 17,000 sterilized since 2005. To kick off the year and to make sure all our volunteers are ready for the year, we held an information and training session on Wednesday January 15. Everyone was welcomed to Animales and it was noted that 2020 is the 15th year of our clinics and service to the community of Boquete. Then Ruby gave a brief history of the clinics and emphasized the importance of safety and cooperation between the vets, the volunteers, and those who trust us with their animals. We gave an overview of how the process works and then each station lead spoke about their position and how it fits into the whole system. There are twelve stations that an animal goes through for the clinic, each one of them is vital for the safety and good outcome of that animal. That is why we want to make sure that all our volunteers are prepared and ready to work at whatever area they are in. Over the next couple months we will look at the stations and how they work in the overall picture and make Animales the outstanding team that it is. Appointments: Magaly is our appointment secretary and she is always working with the people who wish to register for the next clinic. Note that we do not make reservations or give out times, once a person comes to the clinic on Sunday, it is strictly a first-come/first served basis. But they must first register! HOW TO REGISTER Pre-Registration and Data Input: Andy Mitchell spoke about the new registration procedure and all the information that we have been able to access since he computerized the clinic. We can now see who brought the animal in, how much they paid (not everyone can afford our already low costs), where the animal came from, male-female, the age of the animal, which vet worked on what animal and other pertinent information. Once a registration number is confirmed at the Registration desk, Cary Trantham, enters in their number and begins the tracking of that animal for the entire clinic. Cary takes their money and they are given a tag which identifies that animal from beginning to end. NEXT MONTH WE WILL LOOK AT OTHER STATIONS IN THE PROCESS COMING EVENTS Calendar – 2020 might have just begun, but we are already thinking about 2021. Please contact Alicia if you would like to have your precious pet be a star in our popular calendar. Also, we need someone to secure the ads that provide the extra revenue for the calendar. Let Alicia know. The next clinic is Sunday January 26. Registration for that clinic is currently closed. We will let you know when we are open for the February 23 clinic. To volunteer, contact Alicia at akcleavenger@hotmail.com There will be a short training class for all Recovery volunteers on Saturday the 25th beginning at 10:30. From the Panama Insider Boquete Needs You! By Nanette Witmer Expats in Boquete feel compelled to give back to the community. © Declan Aylward In Boquete, most expats get involved with some form of volunteering. As a new expat, you'll likely feel compelled to engage, and spend some time each week giving back to the community... Topics of conversation at any expat gathering will undoubtedly include events in the volunteer community, and who is doing what. Many organizations benefit from expats' expertise—skills expats built up in their previous careers can be of great assistance. No matter what your background or interests, you can make a big difference in Boquete by donating your time. Here are some ideas of the kind of volunteer opportunities that exist... If you love animals, there are several places where you can put your fondness for dogs and cats to good use... Amigos de Animales is an organization that offers regular spay and neutering clinics. They are always looking for volunteers in different capacities—such as to check in the animals, get the animals ready, give injections, assist the vets, and help with recovery. Training classes are provided and all are welcome. Surgeries are usually performed on the last Sunday of each month. If you are ready to foster a dog or a cat, check in with Salvadores de Animales, Inc. They house dogs and cats that are not ready for adoption but would benefit from a foster home. These animals may be too young to be adopted out, need time to gain weight, or may need to recover from illness or trauma. They are also looking for volunteers to help with fundraisers, grant writing, legal support, and animal transport. AMAZON SMILE We know lots of you use Amazon but did you know that you can shop and do good at the same time? Sign up for Amazon Smile and support Animales with every purchase Here is how you can sign up: How to shop AmazonSmile: 1. Visit smile.amazon.com 2. Sign in with your Amazon.com credentials 3. Search for the charity of your choice: Amigos de Animales, Inc. Ft. Myers, FL 4. Select it as your charity 5. Start shopping! – remember that you always have to go to smile.amazon.com to donate. Alicia McGuigan President
  3. DRA. ROXANA SALCEDO (GYNECOLOGY/UROLOGY/OBG): will be coming to Alfa clinic Boquete, January Saturday 25th. Call for your appointment 69495998.
  4. Dear friends, DogCamp is working in the second Giveaway, this time all the proceeds will go to help the cats of Kirsten Kimby and her husband Ray Quimby! They feed around 170 cats every month. They foster and rescued a lot of cats and they have the trapping program here in Boquete! This time we have 3 great prizes: *A great paint, Bonzo the cat, pastel pencils on Pastemal paper by Chantal Poulin Durocher *3 days and 2 nights at Las Olas Resort in L Barqueta Las Olas Resort Panama *3 days and 2 nights at Las Olas Beach Resort, Las Lajas Get your tickets since this coming monday!!! 1ticket $15 2tickets $25 You can use this paypal https://paypal.me/kirstenmiaquimby (include a note please, saying Giveaway and we will send your number tickets by email) If you need more information, please contact us dogcampboquete@Gmail.com
  5. Take your yoga practice to the next level by immersing yourself in your practice! Whether you’re looking to move deeper into your own personal yoga practice or to teach professionally, our 200-hour Yoga Alliance® accredited yoga teacher training courses offers students in-depth skills to explore Yoga as a vehicle for vibrant health, self-transformation, and personal empowerment-- everything you need to take your yoga practice to the next level. By joining you will become a Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance®! During our trainings we will explore the philosophy and history of yoga, the benefits of the postures and alignment, physiology of yoga, the 8 limbs of yoga, meditation and much more with each one having their own unique flavor. 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training March 9th - March 28th, 2020 Lead Trainer: Katherine Sophia, E-RYT-500, YACEP 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training for Seniors 50+ Lead Trainer: Doris Martinez, E-RYT-500, YACEP April 5th - April 25th, 2020 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training May 4th - May 23rd, 2020 Lead Trainer: Katherine Sophia, E-RYT-500, YACEP Visit us at www.go2yia.yoga for detailed information and to register.
  6. View this email in your browser Letter from the President A new year has started at Boquete Health and Hospice! A new Council has been elected (Lesley Hughes-President, Joanie Feuerstein-Vice President, Merl Will-Wallace-Treasurer and Liz Bolt-Secretary). Last year saw BHH work together to accomplish some truly incredible initiatives. Accomplished in 2019 Tuesday Talks (including Panel Discussion) CPR training (6 classes, 1 in Spanish) The Magic of Music program 2 Blood Drives (103 units collected, 75% of donors were Latino) Donations increased by $15,000 while expenses increased only $6,000 (we helped and educated more people more efficiently) Assisted 6 hospice patients (had 0 in 2018) and 14 health support patients Purchased 8 refurbished oxygen concentrators to replace the 8 that stopped working and an additional portable concentrator Update of Being Prepared materials started Increased marketing presence including videos, new tagline (Healing Hands and Caring Hearts) Established a closer relationship with local government and community officials Increased members on the translator team In addition to taking some time to solidify our successes of last year, we have a “few” plans for this coming year: Initiatives for 2020 BUILD ON SUCCESSES OF 2019 Find and train Interim Administrators Find and train a Data Administrator 2 Blood Drives (June 13 and October) and Blood Donor Caravan (Mar 7) Racks to better organize equipment Abbreviated training program Videos – Produce and integrate with current Marketing/PR materials Continue Healthy Living Series/Tuesday Talks Update Brochures with new hours (8-5 M-F, 9-1 S-S) and local clinic hours Determine feasibility for Caregivers Support Group Expand The Magic of Music Program Complete update of Being Prepared materials and have quarterly presentations at BCP BHH is here for YOU! Whether you need care, equipment, someone to talk to or a place to volunteer, we are all working together to help each other and make Boquete a better place to live. Upcoming Events: Jan 16 – CPR Training (filled) Jan 20, 22 and 24 – New Volunteers Training at Handicapped Foundation Building Jan 30 – CPR Training – 1:00 Animales Building Feb 5 – Council Meeting Feb 11 – Healthy Living Series – Falls Prevention Awareness – Tuesday Talks, 10:30 at the BCP (Merl Will-Wallace, Chuck High) Feb 13 – General Meeting – discussion of starting a Caregivers Support Group Feb 13 – CPR Training – 2:30 Animales Building Mar 4 – Council Meeting Mar 5 – BHH Fundraiser Dinner at Boulder 54 – details coming (Chris McCall) Mar 7 – Blood Donor Caravan to Hospital Regional Mar 12 – General Meeting Mar 31 – Healthy Living Series - Being Prepared at 10:30 at BCP (Betty Landis and Char Lintz) New great video that shows what BHH does for the community Our Mission Our mission is to provide palliative care for the terminally ill in order that they may experience death with dignity and limited pain; to inform and promote community health; and, to support people with health and wellness needs by providing information, equipment and volunteer services. To Make a Donation BHHF functions with donations provided by the community. If you are interested in supporting the work we do, please make a donation. To make a financial contribution by check or cash contact Merl Will-Wallace,our treasurer,at dharma49@icloud.com to arrange a time and place to pick up your donation. You can also click here to make an online Paypal donation. For more information visit our website: http://www.boquetehealth.org We also have a Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/boqueteheartshandsandhelp/?ref=bookmarks Please Like our page and share the contents with your family and friends. Confidentiality All patient information shared with any Boquete Health and Hospice volunteer is kept in the strictest confidence. To Contact Us Hospice/Health: (507) 6781-9250 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday, 9am to 1pm Saturday and Sunday Please! Blood Donor Program: WhatApp (507)-6590-2000 or call (507)-6781-9250 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday, 9am to 1pm Saturday and Sunday, Please. Email: info@boquetehealth.org Copyright © 2020 Boquete Health and Hospice, All rights reserved. You are receiving this email because you opted in via our website. Our mailing address is: Boquete Health and Hospice Bajo Boquete Boquete Panama
  7. The members of ACCBoquete want to say a BIG thank you to everyone who made 2019 a great year. This is some of our events/fundraisers in 2019 you supported: Jan. Elvis Presley birthday fundraiser for the Knitters and Quilters; Feb. Fundraiser at Big Daddys for Bricks Path Ministries for kids school bags; Apr. Palm Sunday dinner at Boulder 54 to raise money and collect Easter baskets for needy kids in Boquete; June started our bi-weekly Bingo games and still going strong; August, Elvis Memorial Tribute fundraiser for the Panama Princess Baseball League ACCB sponsored; October 5, the 3rd annual Oktoberfest; Dec. 1, 9th annual Christmas party at Boulder 54 to raise money and collect wrapped gifts for Boquete needy kids; Dec.6 &7, Sponsored Christmas concert at BCP for gifts and food for needy families; Dec. 14, Christmas party for 400 kids of Boquete Dec. 24, A Thank-you Bar-B-Q at the police station for all Boquete First Responders. While everyone else is with families celebrating Christmas the PD, Firemen and EMT's are on the job protecting us and Dec. 31, and finally, another Thank-you Bar-B-Q at the police station for all Boquete First Responders.
  8. 10:30 in the BCP Theater Immediately on your right across the Feria Bridge Tuesday, January 21 –– LyNan and Dale Redman – Ngoble Bugle, the indigenous people of the Chiriqui region – Talk will focus on their culture and current problems they face regarding education, poverty, AIDS, etc Moderator: Debe Emerson Tuesday, January 28 – U.S. Embassy – Citizen Liaison Volunteers (formerly known as Wardens) - Denese Rodgers and George Chin will address current issues and have handouts available for US citizens. Moderator: Joanie Feuerstein Tuesday, February 4 – Dr. Bill McGraw will speak about GMOs What is a GMO anyway? Find out as Dr Bill gives a detailed and informative description which will set the record straight as he presents just the facts. We are on the verge of a great turning point in the history of genetic modification as for the first time in the United States and elsewhere, we will be consuming a GMO animal grown for food production....Salmon. Did you know that it happened for the first time just up the road at the Boquete trout farm? The idea of using a GMO for food actually has its origin way back in 1972. Dr Bill will cover all the important points along the way as well as the current perspectives. Moderator: Diane Schramm Tuesday, February 11 – Boquete Health and Hospice – The BHH Healthy Living Series presents Falls Prevention Awareness Falls are the number one reason people end up in the emergency room. The facts about falls are alarming - and probably surprising: · One in three adults over the age of 64 falls each year. · Falls are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries in Florida residents over the age of 64. · Every hour there are 2 deaths and 251 emergency room visits in the US because of a fall. · 20 - 30% of older adults who fall sustain serious injury. · Falls are the most common cause of traumatic brain injury, fractures and hospitalization in older adults. · Even falls without an injury can limit one's mobility and/or cause fear of falling. Come to the BHH presentation on Falls Prevention Awareness to see what you can do to avoid a fall. Presenter: Merl Will-Wallace Tuesday, February 18 – Dr. Paul Myers – Geologic of Living in Caldera River Valley – "Living safely in Boquete's rapidly evolving Landscape". Immigrants attracted to Panama by its ideal climate often reman naively unaware of its unique hidden hazards, many of which can be avoided by knowing the "warning signs" and making wise decisions. This talk focuses on hazards with a geological connection; volcanoes, earthquakes, landslides, and mega-floods. In general, all of these can be mitigated by living on stable high ground with a sustainable, potable groundwater supply. I will show you how to recognize the warning signs using visual examples (slides) from the Boquete area. Moderator: Sheila Strunk Tuesday, February 25 - Salvadores de Animales – (SALDEA) – Pet Adoption Service – A talk by members of the group: Diane Englerth, Dilia Luciani, Jeri Siegel and Mary Taft. This talk has been rescheduled from December. Moderator: Tuesday, March 3 – Dietary Myths That Just Won’t Die but may Kill You – Dr. Ted Harrison. Does fat make you fat? Are carbs good or bad? Is red meat unhealthy? Will salt give you high blood pressure? Is there any diet that actually works? Should I be taking vitamins? Dr. Harrison will discuss a dozen or so dietary controversies and examine both the evidence and the “fake news”. Dr. Harrison is board-certified in regenerative medicine and emergency medicine. His practice, Rejuvacare PC, is located in Port Angeles, Washington. Tuesday, March 10 – Quantum Theory for the Layman – Mike Petersen – For more than 100 years, the world of the quantum has been portrayed as being totally weird and mysterious. Richard Feynman, who won a Nobel prize for his work in Quantum Mechanics in 1967, was quoted as saying, “If you think you understand quantum mechanics, then you don’t understand quantum mechanics.” Well, if a Nobel prize winner says that, what is the layman to do? Come to this talk, that’s what!The quantum world will be explained in terms you can understand , and without using mathematics. Mike Petersen has a B.S. in mathematics and has loved science, especially cosmology and Quantum Mechanicsever since he can remember. He was a volunteer speaker at more than one planetarium covering topics like Relativity, the Big Bang and more. Moderator: Tuesday, March 17 – Climate Change – Laura G. Daniel, QEP, CPEA Moderator: Tuesday, March 24 – Mayor of Boquete, Joswar Alvarado Moderator: Soraya Kendrick Tuesday, March 31 – Boquete Health and Hospice- Being Prepared series Moderator: Joanie Feuerstein To suggest a speaker or topic for these meetings, please email talks@eventsboquete.org To become a vendor at the Tuesday market, Facility Manager
  9. Paul Myers has scheduled eleven Geology field trips for the period from Jan 25 to May 13. These trips are distributed among 5 different destinations which are described below. Most of them are still open and available. TO MAKE RESERVATIONS - E-mail Sara Crocker saracrocker3@gmail. com as soon as possible. OR - Paul Myers: paul.myers600@gmail.com. FIELD TRIP DESCRIPTIONS AND SCHEDULE 1. BARU EAST (4-Hour):2/05 and 3/05; 0815-1230. For Geology beginners. "Reading volcanic landscapes"; Five Caravan stops in the mountains around Boquete; 2. BARU SOUTH (6-hour) 1/25, 2/22 , 0815-1440 Geologic Evolution of Volcan Baru and Caldera River, Past & Present. includes10km of new cuts on Palmira-Potrerillos road, 3. CALDERA-GUALACA: 3/27: 0815-1500 This is a mystery-filled field trip. Where did the huge boulders with stone-age petroglyphs at Caldera come from? Caldera, and riverside outcrops at Gualaca Park of an unusual volcanic rock formed by a hot ashflow that went down a river into the ocean. Wet river sediments were incorporated into the ashflow. 4. VOLCAN; 3/16 and 4/13; 0800-1600; Baru National Park provides a spectacular view of the Baru caldera and the debris avalanche formed when a huge piece of the volcano broke loose and spread SW across the coastal plain nearly to the Pacific Ocean. We will see the exceptional features of this mega avalanche and study recent volcanic rocks exposed along the Gariche River in Volcan. 5. PACIFIC ISLANDS; 4/30 and 5/13 0700-1700 joint offering of Paul Myers and Boquete Outdoor Adventures. For $60, they will provide you with bus trip to the beach, towel, snorkel, hammock, boat ride out and back, lunch, and a lot of tlc and Paul will provide you with some stunning rock exposures of sediments that were deposited millions of years ago in a narrow sea between China mainland and a volcanic island arc. - "back-arc basin". There might even be fossils. Paul's part of the entertainment is free. Be thankful he is not bringing his "Uke" E-mail Paul or Sara if you want to go: they'll help you get registered and on the 7 a.m. bus.
  10. How are you today? I hope you are enjoying this wonderful festive filled, bajareque rainbow laden, windy time of year. What a time to be in Boquete! This week we are very excited to share with you some of the recent changes we have made to our menu. First and foremost, this week we are serving up the most classic of comfort foods. Chicken Pot Pie. This dish has withstood the test of time and with the recent upgrades we have made to it, I can say that it is better than ever. We have added more chicken to the filling, we’ve stabilized the gravy and added more of it, we’ve balanced the pie crust to satisfy everyone. Some liked a thicker crust while others liked a thinner center. We made that happen. We have also prepared it in such a manner to where you can achieve a crispy bottom when you bake it. I can go on and on about this week’s Pot Pie but I figured a video would do it more justice. If you want to see the pot pie in action be sure to click this link below. Just scroll down a bit till you see the video. Chicken Pot Pie With a Crispy Bottom Demo Video In addition to the Chicken Pot Pies we’ve also Deconstructed our Chicken Cordon Bleu, the Buttermilk fried Chicken with country gravy and sweet corn with mashed potatoes has gotten bigger, the Chicken Parm has literally been turned upside and made even better, and there are lots more of amazing changes on the horizon. We are just getting started. If you are new in town or if you’ve been here a while and would like to get on our weekly newsletter be sure to click this link and sign up. It’s easy, fast, and you’ll get the first look at everything we are doing. Click here to get on my mailing list!! In addition to these amazing options we also have lots of keto, gluten free, vegan, options on the menu. BTW. Just this week we have available some incredible ferments as well. We have fermented Beet Kvass and Sauerkraut. If you like salami step back because what we have lined up is something quite extraordinary. We have a Duck, Iberico Pork, and Wagyu beef salami with French winter truffles and white wine on the horizon, we have genoa salami that’s about to be ready, Sopressata di Calabria right behind it, and a very special Finnociona Salami with fennel pollen and sambuca. Have you ever heard of nduja? I’ve got it mand it will be ready soon! I also have some cured Spicy Coppa Charcuterie that just became available this week and let me tell you it is out of this world!! Is anyone interested in a unique Dry Aged Beef experience? I have 12 oz NY Strips 60-day dry aged Wagyu Marbling Score 7+. This cut isn’t for everyone and I’ll tell you up front it’s not cheap (I’m talking $125 a steak). I dry aged this myself and I can tell you that these steaks are absolutely incredible. If you’ve never had Wagyu beef it is a very rich beef with lots of incredible marbling. I personally found that 12oz was a huge steak for one person (unless you are looking to indulge). Cecelia and I split a steak and it was perfect. Real Japanese Wagyu is amongst the most expensive meat on the planet and taking it to the next level with a 60-day dry age is nothing short of a beef experience you will not likely ever find in this country. The steaks are raw, vac sealed and I only have a few left but if you are interested email me and we can chat. Here’s a picture that I took of the strip loin before I cut it into steaks. Finally, our line of artisan soaps continues to grow with new types added each week. Everything from peppermint to patchouli, passion fruit to Boquete Coffee. We have face bars, body bars, and everything in between. Check out our menu by clicking this link below and if you have any questions don't hesitate to send me a phone call or email. http://doshombrespanama.com/our-menu/ To place an order simply complete the online ordering process and make sure you submit the order when complete. (this is the step most commonly missed) You will get an order number immediately after completing your order. I make all deliveries on Monday between 9am and 2pm and if you are picking up at our location please come by Monday between 11am and 2pm as well. Tuesday we are at the BCP between 9 and noon and if you chose to pick up there, we are located in the end of the theater hallway by the rear exit. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you soon Eric, Cecelia, Chandler, Keira, Aidan
  11. AMIGOS DE ANIMALES SPAY/NEUTER CLINIC First One of the New Year CLINIC: Sunday January 26, 2020 WHERE: Animales Clinic in Alto Boquete TO REGISTER: registration for January is now closed. We will let you know when February is open. TO VOLUNTEER: contact Alicia at akcleavenger@hotmail.com please let me know if you can come in the morning (8 – 1), afternoon (12 – 5), or all day. Times are approximate. CLASS FOR RECOVERY: Saturday at 10:30 at Animales, all are welcome Once again, we are asking that anyone who can, to please bring a dish to share for our clinic lunch. Thank you!
  12. CHANGE OF DATE!!! Because of an unforeseen scheduling conflict, the Knitters and Quilters will host our 11th Birthday Party on January 31 between 1-3PM at the Handicap Foundation. We sincerely apologize for any confusion or inconvenience. And we hope you will still join us for cake and punch!
  13. Our goal at Finca Santa Marta is to provide you with the freshest Certified Organically grown produce available in Panama. 95% of the fresh produce we sell is grown on our farm in Santa Marta. Below is a list of some of the items we will have available at the Tuesday Morning Market in Boquete. We also deliver to Dolega and David on Tuesday afternoons. Contact us through the web site for more information. Pre-order from our web site, http://www.fincasantamarta.biz/ to avoid the disappointment of missing out on the limited quantities of some items. Orders should be submitted by Monday morning at 7:00 am. Questions? Email me through the web site or phone my US cell number at 540-560-9680 or my Panama phone at 6459-5218. Items available this week: Hydroponic lettuce – pesticide free Organic Bok Choy Organic Okra Organic Egg Plant Organic Kale - 3 Varieties Organic Mustard Greens Organic Dandelion Greens Organic Collard Greens Organic Criollo Cherry Tomatoes Organic Fresh Cut Culinary Herbs Organic JackFruit Organic Ginger Organic Galangal Organic Turmeric Organic Sweet Potatoes Organic Salad Mix Organic Spinach – Malabar vine type Organic Soinach – New Zealand vine type Organic Radishes Organic Sprouts - Alfalfa blend Organic Sunflower Sprouts Organic Hot Peppers Organic Manzana Bananas (hint of apple flavor when ripe) Organic Chocolate from Bocas Organic Coconut Oil from Playa Barqueta Fresh Made Pestos Free Range Chickens and eggs - near organic Chicken Feet, Livers and Gizzards - near organic Diatomaceous Earth - Organic Food Grade imported from the USA Epsom Salt and much more. Saludos, Ron Miller and all the FSM crew Ronald Miller 6459-5218 fincasantamarta@me.com
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