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A few EDM residents had a great morning on Wednesday. We are invited into the Barrón Kindergarten School to administer fluoride treatment to the entire school population. As we worked through the four separate classrooms of perfectly adorable kids, we noticed that the cavity rate among the population has radically decreased. Years ago when Friends of Barron began this interventional program, the vast majority of the children had rampant cavities as a result of drinking soda and generally poor dental health care. This year, thanks to the persistent efforts of dental hygienist Claire Silk, half the treated population had no cavities at all. And they love to go to the dentist!
Thank you, Claire, Willie, Heather, Kim for paying it forward. Feels good? Doesn’t it?
And thank you to School Director Ana Cabrera Martinez and Dr Jesus Tirado. What a team!
The long-awaited medical/dental clinic for the town of Barrón is glimmering with renewed hope. Historically, an objective of the three “Pilot Clinics” that were pioneered by Dr. Bonnie McGuire, Dr. Rod Kassa and Dr. Ben Kaasa was to evaluate the need and desire of the community to have a permanent clinic with a doctor, full time nurse and part-time dentist. The community response was overwhelmingly positive. Friends of Barrón presented the idea of building a permanent clinic to the Ejido president and he invited us to present it to the Ejido general assembly on two occasions. The assembly unanimously voted to donate the land for the clinic. They then appointed a committee of four local women, plus the Ejido president and FOB to move the program forward. Over the last three years, the committee and FOB raised $400,000 pesos for the project.
In March 2018, Barrón solicited the help of…
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Time to build that wall!!
The guest who is so sick was informed at Marina Hospital yesterday that it is not dengue but another mosquito bourne virus that they did not identify. Luckily she has been released and is feeling better.
There will be some unpleasant noises for about an hour tomorrow morning as a palm tree is being removed inPhase I. It will be replaced very soon.
Sorry for the interruption.