The Polaris was looking like tropical Beverly Hillbilly’s, filled with colorful coolers and bright plastic baskets. We had both wrapped up our morning work and it was time to make our way south. I was planning to get to First Aid Training down south but Shirlee who was managing the First Aid Training at Black Orchid Restaurant texted me they were going to be wrapping it up at 3:30 so I would not have time to make it.
I immediately got assimilated into Cowboy’s errand run. He had to do some banking, unload the Polaris at at Banana Beach Resort, get to Lone Star and of course stop for a drink at Lola’s Pub along the way.
While waiting for Cowboy Doug at Belize Bank 2 guys stopped and asked if I was having a yard sale, I got an lol when I told them as much as I would not mind a few extra bucks, my buddy would get pissed if I sold all his stuff and I was pretty sure they did not want my party dresses 🙂 I sat and listened to music while I wanted then Lopez stopped to chat and Cowboy was done.
Shirlee’s update for yesterday’s First Aid Program training.
The San Pedro Branch of the Belize Red Cross would like to thank Judyann and Tom from the Black Orchid restaurant for hosting this months training and putting on a great lunch! We would also like to congratulate to all the the newly certified trainees and thank Black Orchid Restaurant, Victoria House Resort, The Phoenix Resort, Red Ginger Restaurant, Caribbean Villas, Cowboy Doug’s Pool bar and Grill, South Ambergris Caye Neighborhood Watch for joining the First Aid Program and continuously sending staff for certified first aid training. Thanks also goes out to Banana Beach Resort and Cowboy’s pool bar and Grill for sponsoring a community health worker and post office staff.
The next training will be at Seacape Villas hosted by Las Terrazas On Thursday May 30, 2013. Contact Shirlee: firstname.lastname@example.org or Laurie: email@example.com for more info or to resister your staff.
While at Lorne Star running Cowboy’s last errand we were able to slow down and enjoy some chicken friend steak and key lime pie for Dessert – yum. Hymie even remembered that Cowboy likes his chicken fried with an eg on top. After we ate we were sitting around chatting when Judy Ann and Tom and they told us how great the training went.
Below is Judyann’s write up on what took place at their restaurant.
Black Orchid Restaurant in San Pedro would like to thank the Belize Red Cross and all of the Volunteers who took time from their schedules to train our staff and others in the practice of CPR. The class was educational, informative and we even had a little fun. We all feel more confident about our skills in responding to an emergency related to choking, seizure and heart failure. We would be happy to host another training in the future. [All First Aid pics courtesy of Judy Ann Horton]
Click link to see all participating Belize Businesses that have joined the First Aid Program.
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