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  1. This is another in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. The subject of this podcast is an individual -- Mike Petersen -- and his interest in the science of our universe. Mike is blessed with a deep understanding of and interest in sharing from a non-technical perspective how the universe began and some of its mysteries, e.g., black holes, the "big bang theory", etc. Mike talks in terms that lay persons can understand when talking about Mysteries of the Universe. Contact Information Cell phone: 6341-1939 (WhatsApp enabled) Email: mike@theopenfile.com
  2. This is another in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. The subject of this podcast is an individual -- Allen Morrison -- and his new appointment as a Veteran Service Officer (VSO). A VSO is a volunteer position within an organization whose mission is to help veterans of the US military. Allen is the first VSO to be stationed in Boquete, thereby eliminating the need for Boquete's veterans to travel to David for support. The most common benefit that VSOs assist with is health care through the VA (Veterans Administration) system, but there are many additional benefits that VSOs can assis
  3. This is another in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. The subject of this podcast is an individual -- Dr. Roderic Gottula -- and his mission of educating others about the health benefits of certain forms of cannabis, aka marijuana, specifically the CBD variant. Contact Information Go to www.marijuanadoctors.com, then do a search for a doctor using ZIP code 80124 and 5 mile radius. There you will find an entry for Cannabis Telemed Consultations. The Audio Podcast To listen to Rod's podcast, click below on the white, right-pointing t
  4. This is another in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. The subject of this podcast is the Boquete Knitters & Quilters group. This podcast shares information about the Boquete Knitters & Quilters group that has existed here in Boquete since about 2009. The two people interviewed were Brandy Gregory (below left) and Coni Reeder (below right). These ladies are the principals and guiding lights for the two groups that function almost as one. The below group shot was taken immediately after the audio recording session. Contact Information Brandy Gregor
  5. This is another in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. The subject of this podcast is an organization, specifically the Fundación Pro-Integración (FPI). which is better known by its popular name of "The Handicap Foundation". The underlying reason for this podcast is to share information about the Handicap Foundation that has existed here in Boquete since the 1980s. The three people interviewed were Susan Peterson, Penny Barrett, and Loesje Sherwood. These three ladies are the primary management team for the Handicap Foundation. Below from left to right are Loesje Sherwood,
  6. This is another in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. This podcast is an audio recording of the fourth in a planned series of Olde Timey Radio Shows to be produced by BCP. This performance was recorded live at the BCP Theater and Event Center on April 21, 2018. To view the event announcement, please visit: To listen to this performance of the Olde Timey Radio Show, click below on the white, right-pointing triangle (arrow) on top of an orange circular background. If you see two options below, we recommend using the "Listen in browser" option as opposed to the "Play on SoundClo
  7. After the usual announcements at the beginning of the weekly BCP Tuesday Morning Meetings on May 1st, 2018, emcee Nikki Steele introduced Dr. Maria Ruiz for this well-attended presentation on the impact of immigration (North Americans, Venezuelans, Colombians, etc.) on the future of Panama, the upside and downside of the new relationship with China, and the struggle to move Panama from the third world to the first world, etc. Here is the meeting announcement of this presentation as posted on CL: Presentation Materials Click Here to download a PDF version of the presenta
  8. Introduction After the usual announcements at the beginning of the weekly BCP Tuesday Morning Meetings on March 27th, 2018, emcee Sheila Strunk introduced Dr. Paul Myers for this well-attended presentation about Volcan Baru. Dr. Myers had given this same presentation earlier this year, and it was a standing room only audience, with people trying to get into the theater but not able to do so for space reasons. Accordingly, Dr. Myers was approached about doing a repeat presentation so that others could hear his presentation. Again at this second briefing about Volcan Baru it was a packed au
  9. This is another in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. This podcast is an audio recording of the third in a planned series of Olde Timey Radio Shows to be produced by BCP. This performance was at the BCP Theater and Event Center on January 27, 2018. To view the event announcement, please visit: To listen to this performance of the Olde Timey Radio Show, click below on the white, right-pointing triangle (arrow) on top of an orange circular background. If you see two options below, we recommend using the "Listen in browser" option as opposed to the "Play on Sound
  10. This is another in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. The subject of this podcast is an organization rather than an individual, specifically the Boquete Community Playhouse (BCP). The underlying reason for this podcast is to provide an opportunity for three of the recently elected BCP officials to share their vision for what they want to achieve, and secondly to let the community know what they can do to help the BCP bring its vision to fruition. This podcast includes Phil Bennett (BCP President), Penny Barrett (BCP Vice President), and Jan Thompson (BCP Membership Chairperson).
  11. This is another in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life, but a unique one. The subject of this podcast is Elba Maria De Las Mercedes Landau del Cid, with the short version of her name being Elba Landau. She is known to family and friends simply as Elba, and she is joined in this English language podcast with her long time friend, Maria Boyd, in case of language issues. There is a bit of coincidence in how this podcast got scheduled, and some differences in how it is being published from the typical CL audio podcast. Price Peterson, a very long time resident of this area, was recent
  12. If you want to go immediately to the audio podcast or download the presentation materials, then please scroll to the bottom of this posting. This is the fourth in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. The subject of this podcast is the Healthcare Alliance Panama and the We Care Pharmacy. JR Pazo was the main speaker, who was representing both organizations. JR was invited to speak at the Tuesday Morning Meeting series on June 6, 2017. Here is a link to the meeting announcement: http://www.chiriqui.life/topic/6137-tuesday-talks-veterans-assistance/. Introduction After the
  13. This is another in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. The subject of this podcast is Chris McCall of the Black Rock Art Ranch in Caldera. Chris is an interesting person who has had many diverse careers. He has traveled extensively internationally, and has talents in photography, real estate, construction, art, computer programming, radio/television, solar power systems, leaded glass artwork, cement artwork, paper making, and you name it. He is an interesting and talented man living among us here in Boquete, but with a penchant for teaching. That is who Chris really is -- a teacher. A
  14. This is another in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. This podcast is an audio recording of the second in a planned series of Olde Timey Radio Shows to be produced by BCP. This performance was at the BCP Theater and Event Center on August 18, 2017. The program handout and photos taken during this performance are posted as replies to this topic; see below. To view the event announcement, please visit: To listen to this performance of the Olde Timey Radio Show, click below on the white, right-pointing triangle (arrow) on top of an orange circular background. If you see
  15. Introduction After the usual announcements at the beginning of the weekly BCP Tuesday Morning Meetings on August 15, 2017, emcee Penny Barrett introduced Betsy Barbeau for this well-attended presentation. The discussion topic was the US Veteran Affairs (VA) pension benefits for those US veterans needing "Aid and Attendance" services. The Aid and Attendance pension benefit was first enacted by President Dwight David Eisenhower in the 1950s. Aid and Attendance is a benefit that the VA doesn't readily tell veterans about. This posting documents that meeting, including the contact information
  16. This is another in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. The subject of this podcast is the PanaBandas project. PanaBandas is the brainchild of Michael Jason Stone; he prefers to be called simply "Stone". PanaBandas is to be an annual, national-level band competition held in the Boquete area. The central idea behind PanaBandas is twofold: to motivate Panama's youth to be involved in music, and thus move away from drugs, gangs, and similar lifestyle options, and to expose Panama's young musical talent to an international audience via a first prize of a recording
  17. This is another in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. The subject of this podcast is Kris Berg of Howling Success K9 Services. Kris is a native Californian who quickly sensed that her life's passion is in the care of animals, especially dogs; she prefers to use the term canines rather than dogs. She moved several times to various states in her earlier professional life, but each new venture was related to animal care, the prevention of animal cruelty, and education. Approximately ten years ago Kris' brother-in-law met someone living in the Bocas del Toro area, and that caused Kris to
  18. This is another in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. The subject of this podcast is Dottie Atwater. Dottie got her pilot's license at the age of 20, has done scuba diving, sky diving, ridden horses in the Big Bend area and into Mexico, etc., etc., etc. In other words, she is a proactive participant in the adventures of life. Houston was her last base in the US prior to moving to Volcán in 2004 after a long career in real estate. Dottie found her passion in taking care of domestic pets, especially dogs. During the course of our recording session with Dottie, we learned that she never
  19. This is the ninth in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. The subjects of this podcast are Keep It Simple, Panama (a healthcare advocacy business), and Rodny Direct, (a subscription-based Emergency Helpline Service). Irma Smith is the representative for Keep It Simple Panama; Rodny Moreno is the representative for Rodny Direct. Irma and Rodny were invited to speak at the Tuesday Morning Meeting series on July 25, 2017. Here is a link to the meeting announcement: http://www.chiriqui.life/calendar/event/829-tuesday-talks-at-bcp-keep-it-simple-panama-aseguradora-la-floresta/.
  20. This is the eighth in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. The subject of this podcast is Bonnie Williams. She and her husband Larry moved to Boquete in 2007 based on prior travel experiences in Costa Rica and Panama, coupled with her interest in flowers and animals. Bonnie is originally from Florida, well educated, and a former Executive Director of the Florida Commission on Ethics. Today, besides being a Boqueteña, she is one of the two Boquete area Wardens for the US Embassy (Hank Landis is the other Warden). Bonnie has extensive knowledge about expatriation issues based on her pers
  21. This is the seventh in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. The subject of this podcast is Dan Porter of Twin Wolf Technology Group. He describes himself as a country boy who found his passions to be (a) computers, and (b) casino gaming and poker. Dan first came to Panama City in 2009 under a contract to bring American-style casino gaming (especially poker) to Panama. He arrived with his wife of 35 years for the multi-year contract. Upon completion of that contract, he found that he liked Panama so much that he decided to stay, but in the Chiriqui highlands. However, his wife did not s
  22. This is the fifth in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. The subject of this podcast is Hank Landis. Hank is one of two Boquete area Wardens for the US Embassy, and he is also involved in some promising educational programs that might help redirect younger children away from drugs and gangs. Hank also shares his views on many varied aspects of life as an expatriate. To listen to Hank's podcast, click below on the white, right-pointing triangle (arrow) on top of an orange circular background. If you see two options below, we recommend using the "Listen in browser" option as oppo
  23. This is the sixth in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. The subject of this podcast is Lloyd Cripe. He, along with his wife of almost 55 years Sandra, is a long term resident in the Palmira area of the Boquete District. Lloyd is better known as Boquete's Mr. Weatherman, which is a non-commercial community service that he provides. We learn that Lloyd is a retired Vietnam-era veteran, having served in the US Army as a helicopter pilot. We also learn that he is a doctor in clinical psychology. Lloyd has widely varying interests, including photography, astronomy, meteorology, bird photo
  24. This is the third in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. This podcast is an audio recording of the first in a planned series of Olde Timey Radio Shows to be produced by BCP. This performance was at the BCP Theater and Event Center on April 28, 2017. To view the event announcement, along with some pictures from the performance, etc., please visit: To listen to this performance of the Olde Timey Radio Show, click below on the white, right-pointing triangle (arrow) on top of an orange circular background. If you see two options below, we recommend using the "Listen in bro
  25. This is the second in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. The subject of this podcast is Hatstone Lawyers, which is a boutique, multi-jurisdictional law firm with offices in Jersey, London, Panama and South Africa. Hatstone Lawyers was invited to speak at the Tuesday Morning Meeting series on August 9, 2016. Here is the meeting announcement: To listen to this Hatstone Lawyers audio podcast, click below on the white, right-pointing triangle (arrow) on top of an orange circular background. If you see two options below, we recommend using the "Listen in browser" option as oppo
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