Four days ago little Rony was brought to PAHS suffering from a respiratory problem, fearing it was something worst the Pediatrician sended him to the main Hospital of San Pedro sula where they found a small chicken bone in one of his Broquiès, Today we are happy to announce he recover without a problem, he is now smiling and happy with his parents. ( Photo: little Rony with his Mom and Dad)
Little Rony Rodriguez a 8 months old baby was admitted yesterday with a breathing difficulty, Suyapa our head nurse decide he needed special atencion and contact Dr. Maldonado a pediatritioan who kindly donate his time twice a week to check on the kids in the casita feliz, Dr. Maldonado decide to send Little Rony to the main Hospital in San Pedro Sula where he was admitted and scheduled for bronchoscopic surgery, surgeons found a small splinter of chicken bone near the Broquiès, the bone was removed and the little Ronnie is now under observation, pray for this little baby to recover.
Laughter and more laughter could be heard for more than an hour at the campus dining hall, while our children enjoyed a presentation of “growing for Jesus” by a group who organized themselves in Argentina. Six members, each of a different nationality, made up this wonderful group called Bethlehem. We enjoyed your different works, which even though they were very funny had great Bible-based lessons. On behalf of our children, thank you very much for making us laugh and forget our problems!!!
A group of our missionary friends from New Mexico spent a week helping to make the Casita Feliz safer and brighter. They repaired windows and placed electrical outlets farther out of reach of the little ones – some of whom get mischievous before they return home! Our children are very pleased with the attention they gave them, and we thank them for their work on behalf of our children. Thanks!
The twins who have lived in the PAHS Casita since 2007 went home today, healthy and happy, we gonna miss them!!
The scene was green, not white, but jolly old Santa – LeRoy Corson – all dressed in his traditional red, was seated in the middle of our campus plaza handing out Christmas bundles which had been lovingly packed for our children by friends in Oakhurst, California. Heartfelt gratitude went to everyone who had a part in making this an exciting and happy day!
The traditional marching ceremonies were suspended this Independence Day. So instead our children participated in celebrating the national holiday with a special pageant featuring the native costumes of each of the five Central American countries that on September 15, 1821 received word that Spain had granted their independence.