Share Sharing is caring! 84 Views no discussions Share Tweet LifestyleLocalNews VOSH Eye Care Mission 2020 Begins on Monday in Marigot by: – January 17, 2020 Share The VOSH Eye Care Mission of the Rotary Club begins on Monday, January 20th with a slight change to one clinic location.VOSH, Voluntary Optometric Services to Humanity, is an international voluntary organisation with various chapters based in the United States aimed at providing vision and quality eye health to people worldwide.The mission dates and clinics are as follows:On Monday, January 20th the mission will be at the Marigot SDA Church; on Tuesday, January 21st at the Castle Bruce Health Centre and not the Salybia Health Centre as previously announced.On Wednesday and Thursday January 22nd and 23rd, the mission will be at the Goodwill Parish Hall.Those wishing to attend the VOSH clinics are advised that a ticketing system has been put in place to ensure that operations run smoothly.Each patient must have been pre-screened at their respective health centers prior to the mission to receive a ticket and only persons that have been pre-screened and have the correct tickets will be allowed entry at the various clinics.A monetary contribution will be required from persons receiving glasses.The VOSH Michigan chapter headed by Dr. Daniel Wrubel has organised eye care missions to Dominica for the past 25 years, facilitated by the rotary Club of Dominica and the Ministry of Health. The VOSH 2020 mission will run from January 20th – 23rd, 2020.The annual VOSH Eye Care Mission in Dominica is a collaboration of the Rotary Club of Dominica, VOSH International and the Ministry of Health.
Mr. Stevenson is described as 5 feet 11 inches tall and 250 pounds, with short brown hair, blue eyes and a goatee. His wife is said to be 5 feet 7 inches tall and 130 pounds, with long brown hair, and blue eyes.Their children range in age from 1 to 15 years.One of their vehicles is described as a red and black 1989 GMC pickup, pulling a full size white with blue trim GMC van, both with Michigan licence plates.- Advertisement -The second vehicle, with Louisiana plates, is a large black school bus, with a white roof, and it is reportedly pulling a plywood trailer, which also has Michigan plates.The family was expected to arrive at its Alaskan destination last Tuesday, and is requested to contact the local police agency in their current travel area, and their family in Michigan.In addition, anyone else with possible search assistance information is asked to call the nearest RCMP detachment, and in this area the number is 250-784-3700.Advertisement