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    Linda Hart
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  1. This would have been our 10th year that we had a dinner to collect wrapped gifts for needy children of Boquete. Because of Covid 19, many things have changed our normal activities that resulted in us canceling this event. Many of our community are not comfortable going out to restaurants. With this in mind, we decided not to have the fundraiser dinner. However, this does not change the fact that there are many needy kids in and around Boquete that are looking forward to Santa bringing them gifts. Last year we collected 200
  2. Mortons Bake House +507 730 - 8499 +507 6456-8392 +507 6242-9387 +507 6243-0666 http://www.mortonsbakehouse.com/ Plaza San Francisco Alto Boquete Panama
  3. ACCB Tuesday Talks presents at the Boquete Community Theater: December 8th: Doors open at 10am. Presentation starts at 10:30-11:30 followed by questions and answers. Topic: The true history and meaning of the Chanukah holiday Presented by: Rabbi Jakov Poliwoda Head of the Boquete Synagogue Owner of Mort's Bakery in San Francisco Plaza Studied at the Yeshiva in New York for 3 years Speaks 6 languages Come to hear this educational message. This is going to be a fun time to learn and ask questions. There is a $2.00 charge per person to co
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    Rabbi Poliwoda, from Morton's Bakehouse will be the speaker on Tuesday, December 8th at the Boquete Community Playhouse. Doors open at 10:00am, presentation begins at 10:30-11:30am followed by questions and answers. $2.00 entrance fee to cover rent of the theater. Contact Geri @ 6499-6753 for more information.
  5. In 2019 ACCB was asked to take over the Children's Christmas Cookie party at Tap Out, because no one else wanted to do it, and keep the tradition created by Erin Ross of the Boquete Community Playhouse alive. The Children's Christmas Cookie party included a special Christmas movie "in Spanish", face painters, the Pinata's, arts and crafts tables and hot dogs and cookies to die for and Mrs. and Santa Claus to hand out little gift bags to each child. That was our first year and when it was over, every ACCB member that worked that day said it was the best event we had all year and we promised
  6. In 2019 ACCB was asked to take over the Children's Christmas Cookie party at Tap Out, because no one else wanted to do it, and keep the tradition created by Erin Ross of the Boquete Community Playhouse alive. The Children's Christmas Cookie party included a special Christmas movie "in Spanish", face painters, the Pinata's, arts and crafts tables and hot dogs and cookies to die for and Mrs. and Santa Claus to hand out little gift bags to each child. That was our first year and when it was over, every ACCB member that worked that day said it was the best event we had all year and we promised
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    ACCBoquete is a non profit Panamanian Association and we our goal has been to help Boquete First Responders (Police, Fire & EMT's), Boquete Community and support other local charitable organizations and Ministries. We have been working to support Boquete for the 10 years. Come join us at our monthly ACCBoquete meeting, the second Wednesday of every month, and learn about the good things we do. Our membership is 50+ strong and growing. Currently we are meeting at Casa Viejo at Stone Cabins on the main highway just as you enter Boquete from the big curve coming down the hill after
  8. Doors open at 10am. Presentation begins at 10:30-11:30. Followed by questions and answers.
  9. ACCB food donation.mp4 Additional information on where the supplies was going. Dr. Daves with ACCB food donation.mp4
  10. It is with great honor to announce that ACCBoquete has leased the BCP (Boquete Community Players) theater and lobby area from Tap Out restaurant effective November 1, 2020. Knowing our dedication to Boquete, ACCBoquete was approached by TapOut to see if we had any interest in continuing a 12+ year tradition, the Tuesday Talks, etc. to the community of Boquete. The Boquete Community Playhouse (BCP) was created from a lot of sweat, hard work and money of a group of dedicated people. BCP (Boquete Community Pulse) did not want to commit to more than 3 or 4 plays/musicals during 2021. Ta
  11. I truly understand Penny's comment and rightly so. Referring to the theater as ACCB Theater was not intended to be permanent nor to offend anyone. BCP originally stood for Boquete Community Playhouse. Just recently BCP has been changed to Boquete Community Pulse. I personally felt a disconnect from the theater. Using the BCP term, to me, no longer suggested the theater. No Tuesday Talks, no Sunday movies, the theater appeared to be neglected. When TapOut owners offered ACCB to manage it, our members discussed it and decided it was too much a part of Boquete to sit idle only to have 3-4
  12. Asociacion Caridad de la Comunidad de Boquete They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. It took awhile to get pictures with Rodny because of the rainy weather and other things beyond our control. So, at last we are able to report on the success of ACCBoquete's Fundraiser held August 12th at Big Daddys restaurant after the final delivery of donated money has been personally handed to the intended parties and pictures have been taken to share with you.
  13. Asociacion Caridad de la Comunidad de Boquete ACCB needs your help! As our mission statement states ACCB's purpose is support other local charities in Boquete. During the Covid-19 virus “season” the requests for donations from local organizations and groups has not diminished. We have made cash donations to The Handicap Foundation, The Dog Camp and La Estrella del Valley school. In addition, some of our members have personally purchased dog food and medicine for the Dog Cam
  14. ACCBoquete was asked and gratefully responded to donating food to help the LaLa Estella del Valley school. ACCBoquete presented $200.00 to Mike Hill and Tony Ettlon for bags of food they had purchased. Mike, Tony and all the workers are doing a fabulous job in helping the school children and their families.
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