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on Mon, 12/08/2014 - 14:12
Day 1, Sat, 10/25/14
SMDM hired a bus and took us to Ft. Lauderdale airport.   Fr. Al led the prayers, holy rosary, renewing of faith while on the bus.  We arrived in Kingston, Jamaica in the afternoon and the MOP brothers picked us up. 
Day 2, Sun, 10/26/14
I was assigned to do the apostolic works in Jacob's well, the home of 79 mentally ill women;  13 years old is the youngest and 104 years old is the oldest.  I washed and dressed the wounds of 3 residents.  I felt like washing the wounds of Jesus Crist.
We attended the mass officiated by Fr. Ambrose.


on Fri, 01/03/2014 - 21:42
Every Tuesday at 6:00 p.m., the Rotary Club hold its meeting that includes a fellowship during the first hour, when all attendees have a chance to unwind and socialize with their fellow Rotarians. I intend to share this kind of fellowship with our Palm Coast Rotary Club in Florida.  The second hour is devoted to discussions of our local projects like street cleaning, tree planting, feeding the malnourished children in schools, etc.
I went food shopping and bought a variety of fruits, e.g. papaya, pineapple, cantaloupe and carrots and squeezed them myself.

Here is a story of how I became a Rotarian and am proud to be one.

on Wed, 08/21/2013 - 03:53
Here is a story of how I became a Rotarian and am proud to be one. 
I became a Rotarian in 2006 when Rotarian Veronica Maggs Thornton showed her eagerness in helping me with Joy & Care-Giving Foundation, Inc. (JCGF), the foundation I founded.  Based in Flagler County Florida, JCGF has undertaken a mission of eradicating poverty in the Philippines through education.  In order to accomplish this , JCGF built St. Anthony Development & Learning Center so that children, who otherwise would not receive quality early childhood education, have the opportunity to attend school.

Founder's Blog

on Tue, 08/20/2013 - 22:09
Josie's trip to the Philippines-2013
July Journal
July 4th,8:55 p.m.: Arrived at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila.
July 11th: Paid a courtesy call on Mayor Jocell Casaje, to whom I presented the medical equipment donated by the Palm Coast Rotary in Florida.
July 12th: Spent time at the St. Anthony Development Learning Center (SADLC) 7th Foundation Day Program. Gave a speech about SADLC-Geared towards Excellence.

From The Teacher's Desk

on Tue, 08/20/2013 - 16:56
BEING A TEACHER AND A NEW COMER TO A MISSION By: Teacher Wilma God intends to use me in a wonderful unexpected ways, it’s been a long time journey, before I discover something…something that I can strictly say, “my true fulfillment”… my essence of being a human…to do my task…my unfolding purpose. God has a plan for all of us and I believe that this is His will, that’s why he brings me into the wonderful world of teaching. Teaching is a mission, and it’s true that if you enter into the field of teaching, you have mountains to climb and mountains to move. It is not easy to climb on a mountain.