Monday, June 5, 2017




Valuable Surplus Medical Supplies, Laptop Computers for Kids, Catholic High School Laboratory Equipment and Chapel Furnishings.

Medical Supplies for the two orphanages, three hospitals, nursing home and mental hospital.

Laptop computers for kids and two computer camps this summer.

Our beautiful chairs for the new chapel all lined up and ready to go.

Donated lab equipment from Spalding and Bellarmine Universities here in Louisville to one of the Catholic High Schools down in the Diocese of Kingstown SVG.

Our friend, Teresa Campbell of Brown-Forman Cooperage, oversees the loading of 60 donated chairs to be used in the new Saint James Chapel in the Kingstown Pastoral Centre in SVG.

Loading in progress.

Nice hospital beds

Thanks to my seminary classmate, Paul Bluel, who helped so much with all the paper work that it takes to carry off a project like this.

Wheel chairs, crutches, scales and IV poles.

Infant warmer and EKG machines and other equipment.

Getting as much in as possible, including walkers.

Everything you can see stacked against the wall, and a whole lot more, went into the container: rubber gloves, blood pressure cuffs, bandages, needles, surgical equipment and a host of other needed equipment by the cases.

Fifteen desk office desk chairs were donated by J R ARCHITECTS of Louisville.

Several more pallets like this one were loaded.

Getting toward the end of a full container.

Local news coverage.

The team of packers.

Almost ready to roll.

Applying the seal to prevent tampering.

That's a whole lot of help going to SVG.  It will go by truck to the railroad. By railroad it will go to the port of Savannah. From Savannah it will go by ship to SVG .It should arrive in SVG the first week of June.

We could not have done it without the dedication and hard work of Tim Tomes.
He went above and beyond the call of duty.

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