Jamaica celebrated Labor Day on May 23rd. In observance of this holiday, Jamaicans like to do something to benefit the community like paint the police station or clean out curb gutters, and ACE installed fans at the infirmary. For those who have visited the infirmary, you know how hot it can become inside the room where most of the residents sit all day.
Thanks to our medical team who took the day to contribute, the infirmary has fans a-blowin’ to cool down those hot days. Our nurses and other healthcare volunteers were busy at the same time painting the frame work around the screens we installed a few months ago. Even Doctor Baribeau learned how to do fan installation. He said he had some to do at home and thought this was a good tutoring lesson.
Thank you to everyone who committed to sending funds to purchase these fans. The total price came out to $360US dollars plus $50 for installation. We look forward to receiving the money that you committed for this project and invite you to come enjoy the fresh breeze moving through the Infirmary, thanks to your generosity!Infirmary, Jamaica, mission trip, missions, outreach