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  1. 10:30 in the BCP Theater Tuesday, January 16 – Panama, The Musical. Rob Brown and Yolanda Van Der Kolk-Brown, the writers of PANAMA: THE MUSICAL are presenting a sneak preview of the musical. This is the first musical written about Panama since Panama Hattie. Rob will present “How to make a musical in 6,340 easy steps”. He will have two short videos and some rehearsal shots. Possibly one of the performers will attend to do a snippet from the show. The show will have its world premier on February 1 in the Ateneo Theater in Panama City before moving onto the international stage. The story takes place in the Canal Zone in 1927. Information on ticket sales and investment opportunities will be presented. Tuesday, January 23 – Boquete resident Dr. Ted Harrison will talk about the research project which he and local volunteers did last spring. The study was about determining the day-to-day variation in people’s platelet counts. He’ll show the results; explain what they mean; and tell you why they’re significant to your personal health. He’ll discuss how this pertains particularly to people with arthritis and how this knowledge may help cure their disease. Tuesday, January 30 – Sandra and Lloyd Cripe on “Birding as a hobby.” Tuesday, February 6 – Yira De Alvarado will speak about her work with Nutre Hogar of Chiriqui. Phil McGuigan, head of Amigos de Boquete will introduce Yira. Nutre Hogar is a private organization created in 1988 by Monsignor Romulo Emiliani and a group of volunteers, in order to recover and prevent severe malnutrition of children of the most impoverished communities of our country. Nutre Hogar Chiriqui is a non-profit organization that treats 40 severely malnourished children who are transferred from Hospital Materno Infantil Jose Domingo De Obaldia. They attend to the children’s needs with medicine, dietary supplements, education, and MUCH LOVE. To give you an understanding of the scope of this Mission, they need $25,000.00 per month to maintain operations. The presentation will be filmed by TV Chiriqui. We will organize a bus trip to see this amazing facility. http://nutrehogar.org/ Tuesday, February 13 – Glenn Davis, author, lecturer, historian, and Boquete resident. Glenn has been a professor at Rice U. (history), Blinn College (journalism) and Texas A&M (international studies). He is the author of 4 books available on Amazon.com and three other books published in Blues Festival, Glen will speak on the latest book he is writing titled Blood on the Cotton, about the history of the blues in Texas. This presentation is an analysis of the origin of the blues, which started in Texas and Mississippi (most people think about only the latter). It focuses on the blues pioneers in Texas and how they influenced other forms of music, such as rock and roll. It also will show clips from the Internet on early blues performances. Tuesday, February 20 -- Come and learn basic survival command (questions and answers) in Spanish from U.S. Warden Hank Landis. Survival/command phrases will cover topics of: health, security, and personal needs. Tuesday, February 27 -- Volcan Baru’s Eruptions and Aftermath - A Geologist’s Observations and Suggestions for the Future. Volcan Baru, even as a “dead" volcano, looms ominously on our western horizon. When will it erupt and what are the real dangers? Dr. Paul Myers retired geology professor (University of Wisconsin, 1968-1997), with considerable volcano experience, will review recent studies which accurately describe Baru’s long, unique history, and enumerate its most probable hazards. He will close with suggestions for mitigating the deadliest effects of a Baru eruption. Dr. Myers will distribute hand-outs and solicit volunteers to study the geology of Volcan Baru and the Boquete region.. Tuesday, March 6 – Evander Smart, Founder of Bitcoin University, presents “How Bitcoin Changed The Future of Money Forever.” If you are new to Bitcoin, and maybe want to get started using what many are calling "The Future of Money,", Evander can help you get started quickly and easily. He’ll go over what Bitcoin has done for the world in its short history, its unique value proposition, and why anyone with an internet connection should start using it ASAP. He looks forward to answering any Bitcoin questions you may have. Tuesday, March 27 –The folklorica dance group Conjunto de proyeccion fololorica from Hospital Domingo de Obaldia will perform. The troupe is.led by Dr. Efraim Rios. To suggest a speaker or topic for these meetings please email BCP Tuesday Meeting To become a vendor at the Tuesday market, Facility Manager
  2. Tuesday Talks at BCP -- Panama, The Musical

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    Tuesday, January 16 – Panama, The Musical. Rob Brown and Yolanda Van Der Kolk-Brown, the writers of PANAMA: THE MUSICAL are presenting a sneak preview of the musical. This is the first musical written about Panama since Panama Hattie. Rob will present “How to make a musical in 6,340 easy steps”. o make a musical in 6,340 easy steps”. He will have two short videos and some rehearsal shots. Possibly one of the performers will attend to do a snippet from the show. The show will have its world premier on February 1 in the Ateneo Theater in Panama City before moving onto the international stage. The story takes place in the Canal Zone in 1927. Information on ticket sales and investment opportunities will be presented.
  3. Tuesday Talks at BCP -- Cell Therapy

    10:30 in the BCP Theater Tuesday, January 9 – Judi Smith is the owner of the International Clinic of Biological Regeneration (www.icbr.com). She practices Cell Therapy, an anti-aging treatment, developed by Dr. Paul Niehans. Judi has clinics in Nassau, Tiajuana, and Cancun. Cell therapy results in Increased energy, improved immune system, regained skin elasticity balanced hormones, improved memory, increased motivation, and reinvigorated metabolism. There is FREE ADMISSION to this talk. Tuesday, January 16 – Panama, The Musical. Rob Brown, executive producer and co-writer of the first musical written about Panama since Panama Hattie will present “How to make a musical in 6,340 easy steps”. He will have two short videos and some rehearsal shots. Possibly one of the performers will attend to do a snippet from the show. The show will have its world premier on February 1 in the Ateneo Theater in Panama City before moving onto the international stage. The story takes place in the Canal Zone in 1927. Information on ticket sales and investment opportunities will be presented. Tuesday, January 23 – Boquete resident Dr. Ted Harrison will talk about the research project which he and local volunteers did last spring. The study was about determining the day-to-day variation in people’s platelet counts. He’ll show the results; explain what they mean; and tell you why they’re significant to your personal health. He’ll discuss how this pertains particularly to people with arthritis and how this knowledge may help cure their disease. Tuesday, January 30 – Sandra and Lloyd Cripe on “Birding as a hobby.” Tuesday, February 6 – Yira De Alvarado will speak about her work with Nutre Hogar of Chiriqui. Phil McGuigan, head of Amigos de Boquete will introduce Yira. Nutre Hogar is a private organization created in 1988 by Monsignor Romulo Emiliani and a group of volunteers, in order to recover and prevent severe malnutrition of children of the most impoverished communities of our country. Nutre Hogar Chiriqui is a non-profit organization that treats 40 severely malnourished children who are transferred from Hospital Materno Infantil Jose Domingo De Obaldia. They attend to the children’s needs with medicine, dietary supplements, education, and MUCH LOVE. To give you an understanding of the scope of this Mission, they need $25,000.00 per month to maintain operations. The presentation will be filmed by TV Chiriqui. We will organize a bus trip to see this amazing facility. http://nutrehogar.org/ Tuesday, February 13 – Glenn Davis, author, lecturer, historian, and Boquete resident. Glenn has been a professor at Rice U. (history), Blinn College (journalism) and Texas A&M (international studies). He is the author of 4 books available on Amazon.com and three other books published in Blues Festival, Glen will speak on the latest book he is writing titled Blood on the Cotton, about the history of the blues in Texas. This presentation is an analysis of the origin of the blues, which started in Texas and Mississippi (most people think about only the latter). It focuses on the blues pioneers in Texas and how they influenced other forms of music, such as rock and roll. It also will show clips from the Internet on early blues performances. Tuesday, February 20 -- Come and learn basic survival command (questions and answers) in Spanish from U.S. Warden Hank Landis. Survival/command phrases will cover topics of: health, security, and personal needs. Tuesday, February 27 -- Volcan Baru’s Eruptions and Aftermath - A Geologist’s Observations and Suggestions for the Future. Volcan Baru, even as a “dead" volcano, looms ominously on our western horizon. When will it erupt and what are the real dangers? Dr. Paul Myers retired geology professor (University of Wisconsin, 1968-1997), with considerable volcano experience, will review recent studies which accurately describe Baru’s long, unique history, and enumerate its most probable hazards. He will close with suggestions for mitigating the deadliest effects of a Baru eruption. Dr. Myers will distribute hand-outs and solicit volunteers to study the geology of Volcan Baru and the Boquete region.. Tuesday, March 6 – Evander Smart, Founder of Bitcoin University, presents “How Bitcoin Changed The Future of Money Forever.” If you are new to Bitcoin, and maybe want to get started using what many are calling "The Future of Money,", Evander can help you get started quickly and easily. He’ll go over what Bitcoin has done for the world in its short history, its unique value proposition, and why anyone with an internet connection should start using it ASAP. He looks forward to answering any Bitcoin questions you may have. Tuesday, March 27 –The folklorica dance group Conjunto de proyeccion fololorica from Hospital Domingo de Obaldia will perform. The troupe is.led by Dr. Efraim Rios. To suggest a speaker or topic for these meetings please email BCP Tuesday Meeting To become a vendor at the Tuesday market, Facility Manager
  4. Tuesday Talks at BCP -- Cell Therapy

    until
    Tuesday, January 9 – Judi Smith is the owner of the International Clinic of Biological Regeneration (www.icbr.com). She practices Cell Therapy, an anti-aging treatment, developed by Dr. Paul Niehans. Judi has clinics in Nassau, Tiajuana, and Cancun. Cell therapy results in Increased energy, improved immune system, regained skin elasticity balanced hormones, improved memory, increased motivation, and reinvigorated metabolism. There is FREE ADMISSION to this talk.
  5. 10:30 in the BCP Theater Tuesday, January 2 -- Jason Boss on cryptocurrency. In a world that is changing ever so much, today’s buzz word is cryptocurrency. When it comes to alternative forms of currency, unless you have a very experienced advisor, you will be burned. This talk will focus on what cryptocurrency is, what it can do for you, what coins are right for you, where you can begin, and how you can safely store your currency. All of this information will be provided by someone who has been in the crypto game since its start in 2008. This is the expert advice you want in this new school digital age. Tuesday, January 9 – Judi Smith is the owner of the International Clinic of Biological Regeneration (www.icbr.com). She practices Cell Therapy, an anti-aging treatment, developed by Dr. Paul Niehans. Judi has clinics in both Nassau and Mexico. There is free admission to this talk. Tuesday, January 16 – Panama, The Musical. Rob Brown, executive producer and co-writer of the first musical written about Panama since Panama Hattie will present “How to make a musical in 6,340 easy steps”. He will have two short videos and some rehearsal shots. Possibly one of the performers will attend to do a snippet from the show. The show will have its world premier on February 1 in the Ateneo Theater in Panama City before moving onto the international stage. The story takes place in the Canal Zone in 1927. Information on ticket sales and investment opportunities will be presented. Tuesday, January 23 – Dr. Ted Harrison, Boquete resident, will present a talk on the medical research study his team did in Boquete last spring. Tuesday, January 30 – Sandra and Lloyd Cripe on “Birding as a hobby.” Tuesday, February 6 – Yira De Alvarado will speak about her work with Nutre Hogar of Chiriqui. Phil McGuigan, head of Amigos de Boquete will introduce Yira. Nutre Hogar is a private organization created in 1988 by Monsignor Romulo Emiliani and a group of volunteers, in order to recover and prevent severe malnutrition of children of the most impoverished communities of our country. Nutre Hogar Chiriqui is a non-profit organization that treats 40 severely malnourished children who are transferred from Hospital Materno Infantil Jose Domingo De Obaldia. They attend to the children’s needs with medicine, dietary supplements, education, and MUCH LOVE. To give you an understanding of the scope of this Mission, they need $25,000.00 per month to maintain operations. The presentation will be filmed by TV Chiriqui. We will organize a bus trip to see this amazing facility. http://nutrehogar.org/ Tuesday, February 13 – Glenn Davis, author, lecturer, historian, and Boquete resident. Glenn has been a professor at Rice U. (history), Blinn College (journalism) and Texas A&M (international studies). He is the author of 4 books available on Amazon.com and three other books published in Blues Festival, Glen will speak on the latest book he is writing titled Blood on the Cotton, about the history of the blues in Texas. This presentation is an analysis of the origin of the blues, which started in Texas and Mississippi (most people think about only the latter). It focuses on the blues pioneers in Texas and how they influenced other forms of music, such as rock and roll. It also will show clips from the Internet on early blues performances. Tuesday, February 20 -- Come and learn basic survival command (questions and answers) in Spanish from U.S. Warden Hank Landis. Survival/command phrases will cover topics of: health, security, and personal needs. Tuesday, February 27 -- Baru’s Eruptions and Aftermath - A Geologist’s Observations. Volcan Baru, even as a “dead" volcano, looms ominously on our western horizon. Will it ever erupt again, could it? Dr. Paul Myers retired geology professor (University of Wisconsin, 1968-1997), with considerable volcano experience will share his ”observations” of Baru and what they may reveal of its violent past, even what they might mean for the future. Why doesn’t Baru “look like” a typical volcano? Why no lava flows? What’s the origin of all the steep-walled terraces and deep, rugged canyons? No matter how good you are - in the Boquete area, no one is an “expert”. More questions than answers. Dr. Myers will distribute hand-outs. Tuesday, March 6 – Evander Smart, Founder of Bitcoin University, presents “How Bitcoin Changed The Future of Money Forever.” If you are new to Bitcoin, and maybe want to get started using what many are calling "The Future of Money,", Evander can help you get started quickly and easily. He’ll go over what Bitcoin has done for the world in its short history, its unique value proposition, and why anyone with an internet connection should start using it ASAP. He looks forward to answering any Bitcoin questions you may have. Tuesday, March 27 -- Ovaladia Hospital Folkdance Group from David.led by Dr. Efraim Rios. To suggest a speaker or topic for these meetings please email BCP Tuesday Meeting To become a vendor at the Tuesday market, Facility Manager
  6. Tuesday Talks at BCP -- Jason Boss on Cryptocurrency

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    Tuesday, January 2 -- Jason Boss on cryptocurrency. In a world that is changing ever so much, today’s buzz word is cryptocurrency. When it comes to alternative forms of currency, unless you have a very experienced advisor, you will be burned. This talk will focus on what cryptocurrency is, what it can do for you, what coins are right for you, where you can begin, and how you can safely store your currency. All of this information will be provided by someone who has been in the crypto game since its start in 2008. This is the expert advice you want in this new school digital age.
  7. Home Repairs and New Projects

    Expert Home Repairs and Fabrication Hi, I'm Francisco. I've been doing light and medium construction in the Boquete area for many years and have an excellent reputation. My English is not so good, but having worked for Norte Americanos all those years we find ways for satisfactory communications. An interpreter is available when needed. I am honest, dependable, hardworking and get satisfaction from each job well done. Specializing in small and medium jobs that include: Concrete and block fabrication & repair Columns, square and round Seismic columns Slabs Repello (concrete wall finishing) Gabions Dry wall installation, walls and ceiling, finishing & repair Smooth gypsum finishing of concrete walls PCV ceilings Painting (interior and exterior) Plumbing Let's get together and take care of those jobs you have been wanting to do. References on request. Call me at 6345-1329 or 6709-2501 Francisco Antonio Del Cid
  8. Celebrate Christmas Morning at San Juan Bautista The English speaking faith community of San Juan Bautista invites you to join us for our Christmas Morning service at 9:00 a.m. Enjoy our Nativity creche (with 150 pieces from Italy), our 15 ft. Christmas tree and, most of all, the warmth of a community that welcomes people of all faiths. The Christmas sermon is titled “ Just A Tarnished Coin.” We look forward to worshiping with you.
  9. 10:30 in the BCP Theater Tuesday, December 26 – Glenn Davis is an author, lecturer, historian, and Boquete resident. Glenn has been a professor at Rice U. (history), Blinn College (journalism) and Texas A&M (international studies). He is the author of 4 books available on Amazon.com, three other books published in Japanese by leading Japanese publishers and hundreds of articles on Japan and Japan-American relations. Glenn also appeared regularly on Japanese TV and radio. He will speak on “My personal struggle with biculturalism, 40 years in Japan”. Tuesday, January 2 -- Jason Boss on cryptocurrency. In a world that is changing ever so much, today’s buzz word is cryptocurrency. When it comes to alternative forms of currency, unless you have a very experienced advisor, you will be burned. This talk will focus on what cryptocurrency is, what it can do for you, what coins are right for you, where you can begin, and how you can safely store your currency. All of this information will be provided by someone who has been in the crypto game since its start in 2008. This is the expert advice you want in this new school digital age. Tuesday, January 9 – Judi Smith is the owner of the International Clinic of Biological Regeneration (www.icbr.com). She practices Cell Therapy, an anti-aging treatment, developed by Dr. Paul Niehans. Judi has clinics in both Nassau and Mexico. There is free admission to this talk. Tuesday, January 16 – Panama, The Musical. Rob Brown, executive producer and co-writer of the first musical written about Panama since Panama Hattie will present “How to make a musical in 6,340 easy steps”. He will have two short videos and some rehearsal shots. Possibly one of the performers will attend to do a snippet from the show. The show will have its world premier on February 1 in the Ateneo Theater in Panama City before moving onto the international stage. The story takes place in the Canal Zone in 1927. Information on ticket sales and investment opportunities will be presented. Tuesday, January 23 – Dr. Ted Harrison, Boquete resident, will present a talk on the medical research study his team did in Boquete last spring. Tuesday, January 30 – Sandra and Lloyd Cripe on “Birding as a hobby.” Tuesday, February 6 – Yira De Alvarado will speak about her work with Nutre Hogar of Chiriqui. Phil McGuigan, head of Amigos de Boquete will introduce Yira. Nutre Hogar is a private organization created in 1988 by Monsignor Romulo Emiliani and a group of volunteers, in order to recover and prevent severe malnutrition of children of the most impoverished communities of our country. Nutre Hogar Chiriqui is a non-profit organization that treats 40 severely malnourished children who are transferred from Hospital Materno Infantil Jose Domingo De Obaldia. They attend to the children’s needs with medicine, dietary supplements, education, and MUCH LOVE. To give you an understanding of the scope of this Mission, they need $25,000.00 per month to maintain operations. The presentation will be filmed by TV Chiriqui. We will organize a bus trip to see this amazing facility. http://nutrehogar.org/ Tuesday, February 13 – Glenn Davis, author, lecturer, historian, and Boquete resident. Glenn has been a professor at Rice U. (history), Blinn College (journalism) and Texas A&M (international studies). He is the author of 4 books available on Amazon.com and three other books published in Japanese by leading Japanese publishers. Coming just two weeks before the Boquete Jazz and Blues Festival, Glen will speak on the latest book he is writing titled Blood on the Cotton, about the history of the blues in Texas. This presentation is an analysis of the origin of the blues, which started in Texas and Mississippi (most people think about only the latter). It focuses on the blues pioneers in Texas and how they influenced other forms of music, such as rock and roll. It also will show clips from the Internet on early blues performances. Tuesday, February 20 -- Come and learn basic survival command (questions and answers) in Spanish from U.S. Warden Hank Landis. Survival/command phrases will cover topics of: health, security, and personal needs. Tuesday, February 27 Tuesday, March 27 -- Ovaladia Hospital Folkdance Group from David.led by Dr. Efraim Rios. To suggest a speaker or topic for these meetings please email BCP Tuesday Meeting To become a vendor at the Tuesday market, Facility Manager
  10. Tuesday Talks at BCP -- Glenn Davis on Biculturalism

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    Tuesday, December 26 - 10:30 in the BCP Theater – Glenn Davis is an author, lecturer, historian, and Boquete resident. Glenn has been a professor at Rice U. (history), Blinn College (journalism) and Texas A&M (international studies). He is the author of 4 books available on Amazon.com, three other books published in Japanese by leading Japanese publishers and hundreds of articles on Japan and Japan-American relations. Glenn also appeared regularly on Japanese TV and radio. He will speak on “My personal struggle with biculturalism, 40 years in Japan”.
  11. 10:30 in the BCP Theater Tuesday, December 19 – Howard Green & Joyce Kinnear will explain to us about how to use Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Know how to get the most out of Facebook by learning how to pin a tab, like a page, and translate a page. Also learn about notifications and privacy settings. Joyce will brief us on Twitter and how she uses it to keep up on the news (and the POTUS). She feels that twitter is something like watching a news feed while Instagram is like perusing a friend’s photo album. Tuesday, December 26 – Glenn Davis, author, lecturer, historian, and Boquete resident. Glenn has been a professor at Rice U. (history), Blinn College (journalism) and Texas A&M (international studies). He is the author of 4 books available on Amazon.com, three other books published in Japanese by leading Japanese publishers and hundreds of articles on Japan and Japan-American relations. Glenn also appeared regularly on Japanese TV and radio. He will speak on “My personal struggle with biculturalism, 40 years in Japan”. Tuesday, January 2 -- Jason Boss on cryptocurrency. In a world that is changing ever so much, today’s buzz word is cryptocurrency. When it comes to alternative forms of currency, unless you have a very experienced advisor, you will be burned. This talk will focus on what cryptocurrency is, what it can do for you, what coins are right for you, where you can begin, and how you can safely store your currency. All of this information will be provided by someone who has been in the crypto game since its start in 2008. This is the expert advice you want in this new school digital age. Tuesday, January 9 – Judi Smith is the owner of the International Clinic of Biological Regeneration (www.icbr.com). She practices Cell Therapy, an anti-aging treatment, developed by Dr. Paul Niehans. Judi has clinics in both Nassau and Mexico. There is free admission to this talk. Tuesday, January 16 – Panama, The Musical. Rob Brown, executive producer and co-writer of the first musical written about Panama since Panama Hattie will present “How to make a musical in 6,340 easy steps”. He will have two short videos and some rehearsal shots. Possibly one of the performers will attend to do a snippet from the show. The show will have its world premier on February 1 in the Ateneo Theater in Panama City before moving onto the international stage. The story takes place in the Canal Zone in 1927. Information on ticket sales and investment opportunities will be presented. Tuesday, January 23 – Dr. Ted Harrison, Boquete resident, will present a talk on the medical research study his team did in Boquete last spring. Tuesday, January 30 – Sandra and Lloyd Cripe on “Birding as a hobby.” Tuesday, February 6 – Yira De Alvarado will speak about her work with Nutre Hogar of Chiriqui. Phil McGuigan, head of Amigos de Boquete will introduce Yira. Nutre Hogar is a private organization created in 1988 by Monsignor Romulo Emiliani and a group of volunteers, in order to recover and prevent severe malnutrition of children of the most impoverished communities of our country. Nutre Hogar Chiriqui is a non-profit organization that treats 40 severely malnourished children who are transferred from Hospital Materno Infantil Jose Domingo De Obaldia. They attend to the children’s needs with medicine, dietary supplements, education, and MUCH LOVE. To give you an understanding of the scope of this Mission, they need $25,000.00 per month to maintain operations. The presentation will be filmed by TV Chiriqui. We will organize a bus trip to see this amazing facility. http://nutrehogar.org/ Tuesday, February 13 – Glenn Davis, author, lecturer, historian, and Boquete resident. Glenn has been a professor at Rice U. (history), Blinn College (journalism) and Texas A&M (international studies). He is the author of 4 books available on Amazon.com and three other books published in Japanese by leading Japanese publishers. Coming just two weeks before the Boquete Jazz and Blues Festival, Glen will speak on the latest book he is writing titled Blood on the Cotton, about the history of the blues in Texas. This presentation is an analysis of the origin of the blues, which started in Texas and Mississippi (most people think about only the latter). It focuses on the blues pioneers in Texas and how they influenced other forms of music, such as rock and roll. It also will show clips from the Internet on early blues performances. Tuesday, February 20 -- Come and learn basic survival command (questions and answers) in Spanish from U.S. Warden Hank Landis. Survival/command phrases will cover topics of: health, security, and personal needs. Tuesday, February 27 Tuesday, March 27 -- Ovaladia Hospital Folkdance Group from David.led by Dr. Efraim Rios. To suggest a speaker or topic for these meetings please email BCP Tuesday Meeting To become a vendor at the Tuesday market, Facility Manager
  12. Tuesday Talks at BCP -- Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

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    Tuesday, December 19 – Howard Green & Joyce Kinnear will explain to us about how to use Facebook and Twitter. Know how to get the most out of Facebook by learning how to pin a tab, like a page, and translate a page. Also learn about notifications and privacy settings. Joyce will brief us on Twitter and how she uses it to keep up on the news (and the POTUS). She feels that twitter is something like watching a news feed. She may also fill us in a bit on Instagram.
  13. Tuesday Talks at BCP -- The Peace Corps in Panama

    There have been some last minute changes in the Peace Corp program at the BCP on Tuesday, Dec. 5. Sadly Laura fractured her shoulder and will be in Panama City for a while, but Emily from Rio Sereno will be taking her spot. And unfortunately Matt cannot make it but Marianna Corckill from Salitral is replacing him
  14. Tuesday Talks at BCP -- Boquete Medical

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    Tuesday, December 12 – Boquete Medical Associates and Keep It Simple Panama. The topic will explain the benefits derived from the merging of the two organizations.
  15. 10:30 in the BCP Theater Tuesday, December 5 – The Peace Corps in Chiriqui. Four volunteers working in our province will talk to us about how the Peace Corps works and what is their main goal here. They will also explain a little bit about their different projects, development work and everyday life in their communities. We will have Enid assigned to the Volcan area, Matt in Gualaca, Tony in Celmira, and Laura in Puerto Armuelles. Bring your questions for the Q&A at the end. Tuesday, December 12 – Boquete Medical Associates Tuesday, December 19 – Howard Green & Joyce Kinnear will explain to us about how to use Facebook and Twitter. Tuesday, December 26 – Glenn Davis, author, lecturer, historian, and Boquete resident. Glenn has been a professor at Rice U. (history), Blinn College (journalism) and Texas A&M (international studies). He is the author of 4 books available on Amazon.com, three other books published in Japanese by leading Japanese publishers and hundreds of articles on Japan and Japan-American relations. Glenn also appeared regularly on Japanese TV and radio. He will speak on “My personal struggle with biculturalism, 40 years in Japan”. Tuesday, January 2 -- Jason Boss on cryptocurrency. In a world that is changing ever so much, today’s buzz word is cryptocurrency. When it comes to alternative forms of currency, unless you have a very experienced advisor, you will be burned. This talk will focus on what cryptocurrency is, what it can do for you, what coins are right for you, where you can begin, and how you can safely store your currency. All of this information will be provided by someone who has been in the crypto game since its start in 2008. This is the expert advice you want in this new school digital age. Tuesday, January 9 – Judi Smith is the owner of the International Clinic of Biological Regeneration (www.icbr.com). She practices Cell Therapy, an anti-aging treatment, developed by Dr. Paul Niehans. Judi has clinics in both Nassau and Mexico. There is free admission to this talk. Tuesday, January 16 – Panama, The Musical Tuesday, January 23 – Dr. Ted Harrison, Boquete resident, will present a talk on the medical research study his team did in Boquete last spring. Tuesday, January 30 – Sandra and Lloyd Cripe on “Birding as a hobby.” Tuesday, February 6 – Yira De Alvarado will speak about her work with Nutre Hogar of Chiriqui. Phil McGuigan, head of Amigos de Boquete will introduce Yira. Nutre Hogar is a private organization created in 1988 by Monsignor Romulo Emiliani and a group of volunteers, in order to recover and prevent severe malnutrition of children of the most impoverished communities of our country. Nutre Hogar Chiriqui is a non-profit organization that treats 40 severely malnourished children who are transferred from Hospital Materno Infantil Jose Domingo De Obaldia. They attend to the children’s needs with medicine, dietary supplements, education, and MUCH LOVE. To give you an understanding of the scope of this Mission, they need $25,000.00 per month to maintain operations. The presentation will be filmed by TV Chiriqui. We will organize a bus trip to see this amazing facility. http://nutrehogar.org/ Tuesday, February 13 – Glenn Davis, author, lecturer, historian, and Boquete resident. Glenn has been a professor at Rice U. (history), Blinn College (journalism) and Texas A&M (international studies). He is the author of 4 books available on Amazon.com and three other books published in Japanese by leading Japanese publishers. Coming just two weeks before the Boquete Jazz and Blues Festival, Glen will speak on the latest book he is writing titled Blood on the Cotton, about the history of the blues in Texas. This presentation is an analysis of the origin of the blues, which started in Texas and Mississippi (most people think about only the latter). It focuses on the blues pioneers in Texas and how they influenced other forms of music, such as rock and roll. It also will show clips from the Internet on early blues performances. Tuesday, February 20 -- Come and learn basic survival command (questions and answers) in Spanish from U.S. Warden Hank Landis. Survival/command phrases will cover topics of: health, security, and personal needs. To suggest a speaker or topic for these meetings please email BCP Tuesday Meeting To become a vendor at the Tuesday market, Facility Manager
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