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Nov 11 2013
End of the First Day

By: Frank Panzetta  Blog: Care That Moves You

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By the middle of the day, the pace, the mental and emotional stress of the communications, and the physical stress of the logistics, were beginning to take its toll. However, at the end of the day, there was, esperanza!

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Oct 15 2013
Final Team Meeting - 23 Days Until Take-Off

By: Frank Panzetta  Blog: Care That Moves You

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We met at SOS offices in East Syracuse. Sunday evening October 14th. The meeting was originally scheduled for October 9th, but had to be postponed. Why?

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Nov 15 2012
We're Back

By: Frank Panzetta  Blog: Care That Moves You

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Of course we are back, and it seemed foolish to write some stories implying we were not. However, I will go back and catch you up on some of the final things that happened that I did not get a chance to blog about due to our travel schedule.

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Nov 14 2012
The Panama Canal

By: Frank Panzetta  Blog: Care That Moves You

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After our last surgery for the day we gathered the group and all headed to the Panama Canal for some sightseeing.

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Nov 14 2012
Lunch at the Governor's Palace

By: Frank Panzetta  Blog: Care That Moves You

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Lunch was at the Governor’s Palace. A beautifully ornate white building.

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