OID BACKGROUND OBJECTIVES. To aid and assist indigent adults and children in the underserved areas of the world.

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1 OID BACKGROUND In 1990, Dr. Roy Streete and a group of caring individuals, who wanted to improve quality of life for people living in the underserved areas of the world, founded The Organization for International Development, Inc. (OID). OID is concerned not only with the healthcare and economic needs of the poor but also with their training, educational and employment needs; so that they may be better able to provide for themselves and their families. OID is a nonprofit, nonpolitical organization registered by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c )(3)organization which makes all contributions tax deductible. The group is composed of professionals in the fields of education, healthcare, engineering, computer science and technology. As an organization we have grown substantially and are now able to provide services, which include but not limited to dental care, medical treatment, nursing care, physical therapy education and counseling on disease prevention and health maintenance. MISSION STATEMENT The mission of OID is to promote and preserve the health, welfare and physical well being of the poverty-stricken and needy throughout the world by engaging in charitable work projects. OBJECTIVES To aid and assist indigent adults and children in the underserved areas of the world. To help such individuals and institutions obtain food, clothing, medicine, general health information, educational supplies and equipment. Recruit and assist volunteers who are willing to set up projects in their areas of Interest and expertise. Identify the training, education and health needs of targeted communities by cooperating with the regional health and education departments and local community leaders. Develop, promote and sponsor programs that will address these needs; and monitor and evaluate the outcomes. Our long-range goals include working in collaboration with the Ministry of Health & Education and other professionals residing in host countries and to supplement their efforts by acting as a conduit to furnish needed supplies and equipment, thus enabling them to continue until our next visit. MOTTO Helping Others To Help Themselves

2 CHAIRMAN S MESSAGE The most satisfying thing in life is to have been able to give a large part of one s self to others. Pierre Teilhard de Chardin Time and time again we see that clearly demonstrated in the acts of the volunteers of this organization. The major snow storm in New York in January did not dampen the efforts of some fifty (50) volunteers who made their way to Jamaica. On the mission daily they provided a myriad of health care services to over 300 patients. The collaborative efforts with the Jamaica Health Department and NGO s such as Missionaries of the Poor and The Diabetes Association allowed for their staff to join us in providing services in the most underserved areas on the island. In addition to Jamaica in this our 26 th year of service to humanity we will be traveling to Haiti at the end of the month. This time we are scheduled to work in the northern part of the island where the healthcare needs are anticipated to mirror the areas of the island that we have worked in the past. In 2017 we plan to be in Dominican Republic for the first time, the exact date to be finalized. In August 2017 we will be traveling to Nigeria and Ghana which was postponed last year due to the Ebola virus outbreak in the West Africa Region. Please continue to support our Fundraising efforts particularly the Gala on Saturday, December 3, 2016 here at the Greentree Country Club in New Rochelle. Remember without your support we can t uphold our motto Helping others to help themselves. Thank you again for your dedication to the cause! Roy W. Streete, DDS, MPH Chairman OID

3 PRESIDENT S MESSAGE Welcome to our 26th Anniversary celebrations. In celebrating another year of service to humanity we continue to provide quality health screenings and treatments to the vulnerable populations in the communities visited annually. In sustaining these well needed services and engendering partnerships with numerous sponsors our goals are attained. In light of the constant need and increasing cost annually for our services internationally and locally our fundraising continues to be challenging. Subsequently, due to the unwavering support of members, friends, and sponsors we are able to preserve the missions and goals of OID. Thanks to our volunteers, your strength, courage, dedication to our mission and objectives year after year is immeasurable. Congratulations and thanks to all who continue to support us on this journey of service to humanity. You are to be revered and commended as you persevere. To our honorees Dr Andrea Barrett-Belgrave, OID s volunteer dentist, Ena Wright, RN, Former Vice President OID and Philanthropic donors Scholes Electric and Communication and ASCO Services congratulations on your accomplishments. Finally, I ask for you to persist in your commitment to service to humanity, as I leave you with this question have we done all we can for humanity?" Michelle Malcolm-James, MSN, RN, FNP-BC President OID

4 MESSAGE- CONSUL GENERAL, JAMAICA

5 PROGRAM Welcome & Introduction of MC Mrs. Michelle Malcolm-James, President Master of Ceremony Mr. Robert Bob DeSouza Invocation Mr. Paul Robinson National Anthems Musical Prelude Introduction Guest Speaker Ms. Denise Soares, RN, OID Board Guest Speaker Dr. Donna Cill, RN, FNP-BC Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs and Assistant Professor at Columbia University School of Nursing Musical Prelude Westchester United Methodist Church Steel Band Lunch Chairman s Presentation- Dr Roy Streete & Mr. Vecas Gray Performance Mr. Roger Miller, Saxophonist Honorees Presentation Mrs. Eleanor Edwards - Ms. Ena Lee Wright, RN Mrs. Gloria Stephens Dr. Andrea Barrett Belgrave Ms. Amoy Chambers - Scholes Electric and Communication Mrs. Michelle Malcolm James - ASCO Services Raffle Vote of Thanks Ms. Beverly Foster, ANP - Vice President OID Music and Dancing

6 D onna M. Cill, DNP,RN,FNP-BC is an exceptional nursing professional with over 20 years of experience in clinical practice, education and leadership. She began her journey in nursing by completing her LPN from Orlando Vo Tech in Orlando Fl, her ADN degree from Seminole Community College in Sanford, Fl. She received her BSN, graduating Summa Cum Laude, from the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Fl and completed her Master s of Science from Columbia University in New York, NY. Her Doctorate in Nursing Practice, at Rutgers-School of Nursing. She is currently the Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs & Assistant Professor at Columbia University School of Nursing. In her role as Assistant Dean of Student Affairs she works to strengthen student leadership, build student relations and ensure clinical excellence. An educator at heart Cill, has worked abroad to promote nursing leadership and education. In 2009, she worked with the ministry of health in Guyana, South America; to conduct a needs assessment on their educational system focusing on pre-service, service and post service education. She was GUEST SPEAKER-DR. DONNA M. CILL, RN, FNP-BC also the keynote speaker for two of Guyana s country-wide seminars on nursing leadership. In 2010, she worked with the National Management Institute to educate nurse executives from hospitals around the country in Cairo Egypt, and in 2011 traveled to England to establish student exchange programs and educated about the future of nursing leadership. In 2012 she traveled to Jamaica to provide clinical services across the island. Most recently she took students on a cultural experience in Cuba and Ethiopia. Combining her passion of education with broadcasting, Cill created a evidenced based show based on her doctoral study called Girl talk. The show featured a panel of girls and discusses health and social issues, including self-image, peers, parental relationships, pregnancy, drugs, alcohol and other health issues. She currently is working on research to improve communication between mothers and daughters. Visit her website to see all the helpful resources available.

7 HONOREE-ENA LEE WRIGHT, RN M s. Ena Lee Wright RN,C BSN, MSN, hails from Jamaica West Indies in 1986 to pursue a degree in Psychology at Hunter College of the City University of New York.. Upon completion of the first year of studies in psychology, she recognized her love for nursing. In June 1990, she graduated from the Hunter Bellevue School of Nursing with a Bachelor s of Science degree in Nursing. A few years later Ms. Wright earned her Master s Degree in Nursing, majoring in Health Care Services, Administration and Policy from the New School University of New York. She is currently working at the Montefiore Medical Center, Moses Campus for twenty five years. Over this period of time, she has acquired a wealth of knowledge and experience while caring for patients in Med/Surg, Cardiology and Internal Medicine specialties. She has seized the opportunity to fulfill her professional nursing career in both in-patient and out-patient settings. In 2004 her passion to serving and compassion to caring have allowed her to respond practically to the calling of The Organization for International Development Helping Others To Help Themselves. Ms. Wright has served OID in different capacities over the years. She has been on several medical missions caring for patients in the underserved communities in Jamaica, West Indies. In addition, she served as OIDs Vice President for a number of years and as Acting President from 2013 to Currently she is an active member on the Planning and Events Committee. Ms. Wright has raised 2 children. Greg and Kay-Ann and is the proud grandmother of 2 grandchildren Kayleigh and Aaron. Ms Wright is a woman of God. She worships at The Bronx Bethany Church of the Nazarene and sings with The Bronx Bethany Chorale. Without reservation she has dedicated and committed her life to service and pledged to continue the passion and mission of Helping Others To Help Themselves. May her light continue to shine and may God be glorified,

8 HONOREE-ANDREA BARRETT-BELGRAVE, DDS D r. Andrea Barrett was born in Kingston, Jamaica and received her formative education at Holy Childhood School in Jamaica and Morristown Beard Middle School in Morristown, New Jersey. Dr. Barrett and her family then migrated back to Jamaica in 1973 where she then became a proud second generation graduate of Immaculate Conception High School. Dr. Barrett attended Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey at the age of sixteen and graduated with a Bachelor s of Science (B.Sc) in Biology four years later. Upon completion of her college degree she enrolled in Howard University of College of Dentistry and subsequently she received her Doctoral of Dental Science (DDS) in Dr. Barrett is currently pursuing her MPH (Masters of Public Health) from Rutgers University with a concentration in Dental Public Health as it is her dream to return to Jamaica upon retiring from private practice in approximately five years and become an effective minister of health. Dr. Barrett has been a loyal O.I.D. volunteer for the past twenty-one years, and claims she missed out on other inaugural mission trip in 1990 only because she was pregnant with her first daughter at the time. Dr. Barrett and husband, Dr. Gerald Belgrave, who is also a dentist and an O.I.D. volunteer, are the proud parents of two daughters, Brianna and Christina Belgrave. Volunteerism and giving back has always been a part of their family values. Her children have been going on mission trips since they were five years old giving away their used clothes and shoes as well as helping out in the dental department in any way that they could. Now as young adults, they still go on the mission trips with their college friends: Brianna has been to Ethiopia with the group and Christina has been on several trips to Jamaica and volunteers as a dental assistant. Her youngest daughter, Christina, is currently a first year dental student at Howard University and her eldest daughter, Brianna, is pursuing her MPH at George Washington University and plans to attend medical school after receiving her Master s degree. So the tradition of being an O.I.D. volunteer will be continued by the next generation. Dr. Barrett is also a member of the National Dental Association (NDA), and was treasurer of the New Jersey Chapter Commonwealth Dental Society for ten years. She is also a deacon at her Elmwood United Presbyterian Church and a current board member Hamilton St. Advisory Board, a local civic organization; in the town of Somerset where her practice is located. She has been a board member on several other organizations and a member of the New Jersey Chapter of the Howard University Alumni Association. Dr. Barrett has been in a private practice for thirty years and is a dedicated provider to the underserved in her community. She provides free dental screenings to the children in the local head-start program and allows students from Rutgers University majoring in Public Health, who are interested in becoming a dentist, to do a five month internship in her office. Dr Barrett is a caring, giving and compassionate person who is always looking to help those in need. She possesses boundless streams of energy in her efforts to assist those who have been denied social and economic privileges and rights often becoming an outspoken and brazen spokesperson. In addition to being a solid business woman she is a dedicated homemaker, wife, mother and ever-caring daughter.

9 HONOREE-SCHOLES ELECTRIC & COMMUNICATIONS S choles Electric & Communications located in Piscataway, New Jersey base Electrical and Communications Contractor with a successful history of completing all types of projects while specializing in complex electrical and communication installation throughout New Jersey and the Tri-State Areas. Scholes Electric acknowledges the client s specific and unique requirements and has been providing service to the electrical and communication business industry for over 58 years. Scholes Electric has excellent experienced electricians and supervisory staff who understand and respect the sensitive nature of working in critical environments that are occupied and operated on 24x7. The critical infrastructures are as follows: Financial/High Tech Fit Out Data Centers/Infrastructure Distribution Systems Pharmaceutical Healthcare Facilities Industrial/Alternative Energy Preventative Maintenance on Electrical Installations Power Plant Installations Telecommunications and Broadcasting Installations. Scholes Electric also provides other support services such as: Professional Services & Support Certifications and Alliances Design Build/Trade Management Scholes Electric has a team of well trained supervisors, technicians, support staff and electricians who work with their clients to build, upgrade and maintain projects with quality and safety as a priority meeting all electrical codes standard requirements. Scholes Electric & Communications President, Thomas J. Demcsak has been selected as a "Fellow of the Academy of Electrical Contracting" and is an equal opportunity employer. Over the years Scholes has been a constant benefactor and has donated over $20,000 to OID. Scholes Electric facility in Piscataway, NJ

10 HONOREE-ASCO SERVICES T he ASCO Switch Company was founded in 1888 as a manufacturer of elevator, compressor, and generator controls. In 1910, the company invented a new electrically operated control device known as the solenoid valve. ASCO's heritage of innovation resulted in an extensive line of products that ranged from two position on/off valves to entire flow control systems designed to provide thousands of customer-specific solutions. Subsequently, the ASCO Company continued its quest, for a long history of innovation. In fact, it s part of the DNA of their design engineers to manufacture precision electrical systems and provide support services for numerous electrical products throughout the USA and internationally. The services provided are such as: Automatic and Non-Automatic Transfer Switches at low to extremely high power ranges from 15 Amperes to 4,000 Amperes. Paralleling Switchgear ranging from 208V to 600V AC at extremely high currents Low Voltage and Medium Voltage Switchgear, ranging from 600V to 15,000V Power Quality Monitoring Systems interfacing and gathering data per microsecond, including diagnostic tools for power systems operations. Load Banks for performing precision testing and diagnostic of critical power systems Various other Controlling Power Systems. These power systems and products provide reliable transference of critical loads between Utility and Emergency Generator sources seamlessly without any power interruptions. ASCO and its parent company, Emerson Network Power, produce industry-leading automatic transfer switches and non-automatic transfer switches and Switchgears applicable in many environments as follows: Ranging from residential Agricultural Installations Commercial applications to the needs of critical power for Sports Complexes and Healthcare Facilities Power Plants Military Installations Financial institutions Telecommunications and Broadcasting Installations Data Center Facilities Finally, these innovative products and systems provide remarkable applications and support to mankind and technology installation throughout. In addition, ASCO Services has been a steady sponsor and has donated over $20,000 to the OID s missions. Power Transfer Switch Specialty Transfer Switch Industrial Control

11 CONGRATULATIONS OID Roy W. Streete, DDS, MPH General Dentist Implant & Cosmetic Dentistry 739East 230th St Bronx, NY Telephone (718) /3979 Fax (718)

12 CONGRATULATIONS OID Congratulations From OID Fundraising Committee Janet Baxter Carol Biersay-Co-chair Eleanor Edwards Jannette Hamilton Andrea James Ashley James Michelle Malcolm-James Veronica Josephs Denise McLaughlin Jennifer Morgan-Petgrave Marcia Pitt Rosemary Rodriguez Normadelle Rose Jean Streete-Chairperson Makeda Streete Janet Walker-Watson Ena Wright

13 CONGRATULATIONS OID Congratulations ENA LEE WRIGHT, RN OID 2016 HONOREE FROM TRAVEL BUDDIES ANNIE ELEANOR JANET JANNETTE

14 CONGRATULATIONS OID Congratulations Honoree Best Wishes to My Dearest Cousin and Maureen Fraser, DDS & Family

15 HAITI 2015

16 CONGRATULATIONS THE VOLUNTEERS OF THE ORGANIZATION FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, INC. (OID) FOR 26 YEARS OF COMMITMENT, COMPASSION AND DEDICATED SERVICE TO THE UNDERSERVED IN OUR COMMUNITIES LOCALLY AND INTERNATIONALLY MILLICENT COMRIE, M.D., MPH, FACOG FOUNDER AND MEDICAL DIRECTOR MAIMONIDES HOSPITAL CENTER FOR WOMEN S HEALTH For Appointments & Emergency 26 COURT STREET BROOKLYN NY Tel: Fax:

17 Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) is a chronic inflammatory autoimmune disease in which the body s immune system mistakenly attacks its own tissues. This disease can damage any part of the body (skin, joints, kidneys, brain and other organs) the underlying cause of autoimmune diseases is no fully known. SLE is much more common in women than men. It can occur at any age, but appears most often in people between the ages of 10 and 50. African Americans and Asians are affected more often than people of other races. SYMPTOMS These vary from person to person and may come and go with periods of flare ups alternating with remissions. Almost everyone with Lupus has joint pain and swelling. Other symptoms include fatigue, fever, hair loss, the lupus butterfly rash on the face, chest pain when taking a deep breath, moth sores, sensitivity to sunlight and swollen lymph nodes. Other symptoms depend on which part of the body is affected: Brain and nervous system: headaches, seizures, numbness and visual problems Lungs: coughing up blood and breathing issues Kidney: swelling of legs and weight gain Skin: patchy skin color, fingers change color wen cold (Raynaud s Disease) Heart: abnormal heart rhythms. EXAMS AND TESTS To be diagnosed with Lupus, you must LUPUS: THE EPIDEMIC have at least 4 out of 11 common signs of the disease. The person must have a complete physical examination. Tests used to diagnose Lupus may include ; Antinuclear antibody (ANA), CBC with differential, urinalysis, Chest X-ray, ESR, liver function tests, serum creatinine. TREATMENT There is no cure for Lupus. The goal of treatment is to focus on improving the quality of life by controlling symptoms and minimizing flare ups. This starts with lifestyle modification including sun protection, and diet. Further treatment include but not limited to drugs like anti-inflammatories, steroids, antimalarial (hydroxylchloroquine) and low dose corticosteroid skin creams. Treatments for more severe SLE may include high-dose steroids and immunosuppressive drugs like methotrexate, azathioprine and cyclophosphamide. Side effects of these can be severe and the person has to be monitored carefully during this time. How well a person with lupus does depends on the severity of the disease. Possible complications may include blood clots, inflammation of the heart, stroke and lung damage. May have serious negative effects on the body during pregnancy and can lead to pregnancy complications even miscarriage. Counseling and Support Groups may be very helpful with the emotional issues involved. Unfortunately, over time SLE can damage or cause complications in the systems throughout the body. REFERENCES: Crow MK. Etiology and pathogenesis of systemic lupus erythematosus. MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia Submitted by Eleanor J. Edwards, RN

18 HAITI 2015

19 MENTORING 2016

20 CONGRATULATIONS OID Congratulations OID From The Wright Family Winston & Carmella (Joy) Brian & Dionne Deborah Jamile

21 CONGRATULATIONS OID Congratulations OID Let s continue for another 26 years Helping Others to Help Themselves Stephen J. Nardozzi, MCEP, EMT-P

22 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ORGANIZATION FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, INC. And their volunteers for 26 years of service to humanity THE FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH REVEREND NOEL CHIN, PASTOR Sunday Service: 11:00am 227 E. Lincoln Ave

23 CONGRATULATIONS Congratulations to Eleanor J. Edwards, RN and the Organization for International Development, Inc. on 26 years of Serving Humanity. Cassandra Tribble, MD Department of Anesthesiology Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich, Connecticut

24 ZIKA VIRUS Z ika virus, is mosquito-borne and was first identified in 1947 in Uganda, in rhesus monkeys. In 1952, it was identified in humans in Uganda and the United Republic of Tanzania. The virus has now been found in parts of Africa, the Americas, Asia and the Pacific. There has been a rapid expansion of the disease, as it is now present in more than 13 countries. Zika is transmitted to people through the bite of an infected mosquito from the Aedes genus; the same mosquito which transmits dengue, chikungunya and yellow fever. It has been discovered that the virus can also be transmitted through sexual contact; being present in semen, in one identified case. The time between exposure to the virus and the presentation of symptoms is likely to be a few days. Persons affected, manifest with symptoms such as headache and fever, skin rashes, conjunctivitis, muscle and joint pain, and malaise. In order to properly diagnose someone, laboratory test has to be performed for the presence of the virus in RNA of the blood or other body fluids (ie. urine or saliva). Zika virus does not require specific treatment. Persons affected should get adequate rest, drink a lot of fluids, treat pain and fever with analgesics and antipyretics respectively. If symptoms worsen, medical attention should be sought immediately. No vaccine is currently available for the virus. Prevention of the virus can be done by simply using mosquito repellent that contain N, N-diethyl-emethylbenzamide (DEET), 3-[N-acetyl-N-butyl] -aminopropionic acid ethyl ester (IR3535) or 1 -piperidinecarboxylic acid,2-(2-hydroxyethyl) -1-methylpropylester (icaridin); wearing clothes that cover most of the body, using window screens, closing doors and windows, and sleeping under a mosquito net. Prevention also includes limiting mosquito breeding sites: containers with water should be covered, media that can potentially harbor water must be cleaned or covered as well. The spraying of insecticides (specifically larvicides), can also aid with prevention. Complications of the virus cause both neurological and autoimmune complications; microcephaly is also noted in babies in northeast Brazil. There is also an increase in the incidence of Guillain-Barré syndrome, where the immune system attacks the nerves in the body, resulting in tingling and weakness in the extremities. Further progression of Guillain- Barré syndrome can lead to full paralysis of the body which is a medical emergency. Source: CDC 2016 SUBMITTED BY ASHLEY R. JAMES, SN

25 VIRUS Transmission /Signs and Symptoms Diagnosis & Treatment Prevention P. falciparum: Artemisinin-based combination Malaria Bite from female Anopheles mosquitoes Signs & Symptoms Non-immune individuals: Fever, headache, vomiting, chills, flu -like illness Children: respiratory distress, severe anemia, metabolic acidosis Dengue Fever Bite from infected Culex mosquito (mosquitoes fed on infected birds) Signs and Symptoms Fever, headache, tiredness, body aches, nausea, vomiting, skin rash, swollen lymph glands Severe: high fever, neck stiffness, stupor, disorientation, coma, tremors, convulsions, paralysis; complications include neurological disease and death West Nile Bite from infected female Aedes aegypti mosquito Signs & Symptoms Mild to incapacitating fever, severe headache, pain behind the eyes, muscle and joint pain, rash Severe: abdominal pain, persistent vomiting, bleeding, difficulty breathing Chikungunya Bite from Aedes aegypti & Aedes albopictus in daytime hours (peaks in early morning and late afternoon) Signs & Symptoms Abrupt onset of fever and subsequent joint pain Muscle pain, headache, nausea, fatigue, rash Complications: eye, neurological and heart therapy (ACT) for diagnosis Tests: IgG antibody sero-conversion & IgM antibody capture enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), viral detection by reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) assay and virus isolation by cell culture Treatment: IV fluids, respiratory support, prevention of secondary infections No specific treatment Rest, plenty of fluids, reduce the fever using paracetamol Serological tests such as IgM and IgG antibody ELISA and RT-PCR Treatment includes relieving the symptoms with use of antipyretics, analgesics and fluids Vector control: insecticide-treated mosquito nets, indoor residual spraying Antimalarial medicine: chloroquine and sulfadoxinepyrimethamine (SP); resistance to medication is a problem Health surveillance to detect new cases in birds and horses; vaccines developed for horses Appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) in healthcare institutions Long sleeved clothing, vaporizers, mosquito nets, window screens; prevention of access to egg-laying habitats, proper disposal of solid waste, proper storage of domestic water, Aapplication of insecticides to outdoor containers Reducing number of natural and artificial water-filled container habitats; insecticides. Conservative clothing, mosquito repellent containing DEET and icaridin, mosquito nets and vaporizers MOSQUITO BOURNE DISEASES

26 CONGRATULATIONS OID CONGRATULATIONS to and your HONOREE Dr. Andrea Barrett We are proud of you. From your husband and children (Jerry, Brianna and Christina)

27 JAMAICA 2016

28 CONGRATULATIONS OID Family & Cosmetic Dentistry A. Adepetu, D.D.S., (Director) 660 Nereid Avenue Bronx NY Blocks off White Plains Road corner of Matilda Ave MONDAY FRIDAY 9:00 AM -7:00 PM SATURDAY 9:00 AM 12:00PM Tel: (718)

29 CONGRATULATIONS OID The Bronx Bethany Chorale Congratulates Ena Lee Wright For her recognition in voluntary services Bronx Bethany Church of the Nazarene Rev. Dr. Samuel Vassel, Senior Pastor 971 East 227st Bronx, New York

30 CONGRATULATIONS OID IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY PARENTS WYCLIFFE AND EDNA MAE REID WHO BY THEIR EXAMPLE TAUGHT ME THE IMPORTANCE OF GIVING AND THE VALUE OF SERVICE. IN MY HEART FOREVER... ELEANOR JOAN REID-EDWARDS, RN OID VOLUNTEER

31 CONGRATULATIONS OID Upcoming Fundraising Events Saturday-July 16, 2016 Summer Fling Saturday December 3, 2016 Holiday Gala Sunday April 16, 2017-Spring Luncheon

32 CONGRATULATIONS OID Congratulations From Friends of OID Pamela Levy Olga James Pamela Joy Smith Valvarene Meikle Dr. Margaret Murray Dr. Angela Todd James Haynes Claudette Gordon Una Brown Linney Smith Marjorie Rose

33 CONGRATULATIONS OID

34 CONGRATULATIONS OID Congratulations to the Honorees and the OID for 26yrs. of 'Helping others help themselves' Keep up the great work. Ann Brady, RN Ambulatory Surgery Center Greenwich Hospital Greenwich, CT Congratulations to our colleague Eleanor Joanie Edwards, RN and the Organization for International Development, Inc. for your commitment to 'Serving Humanity' Brook Tart, RN Ambulatory Surgery Center Greenwich Hospital Greenwich, CT 06930

35 CONGRATULATIONS OID Congratulations to the volunteers of Organization for International Development, Inc for your service to humanity. Olive Hurley Doyle, RN Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich, Connecticut.

36 CONGRATULATIONS OID

37 Alvin Gray Alvina Josephs Andre James Andrea Stephens Anika James Babia Lewin Beverly Foster Calvin Prince Carl Brissett Carlene Koger Carol Biersay Cheryl Brown Christine Jones Claudette Turnbull Claudia Folkes Clive Watson Daniel Watson Daren McGregor Daswell Jones Deacon Berry Hardy Devon Essor Dwight Gray Eleanor J. Edwards Evan Barnett-Jarrett Francine Prince Glen Denton Gloria Stephens Hope Ashmeade Jacob K. White HONORABLE MENTION Jayden Jones Jean and Makeda Streete Jessie Thomas Jonathan Maxwell Joseph K. White, Jr. Joseph Summerville Joy Young Joyce Christie-Blackwood Julian Martinez Kara Watson Keisha Martinez Lakima Thorne Lamar Gardner Lancelot Comrie Lascelles Streete Lataunya Thorne Lauralyn Watson Lesmine Fairweather Llewelyn and Lola Streete Lloyd and Dorsett Gilling Lorrice and Monica Bean Marie Petitme Marjorie Carey Marlene Burrell Marva Prince Mary-Lou Massy Maureen McLaughlin Mavis Clemetson Michael Gray Millicent Hall Mr. Frantz Mettellus- (Rustik Tavern) Mrs. Lorna M. Riddock Mychelle Edwards Myra Dixon Myrna Riley Natasha Collins Natasha McGregor Nyron Wallace Patricia Gray Phyllis Wilson Reid Jones Robert Ellis Rona Parker Rudolph Princeton Riddock Samantha Dyke Shaun Malcolm Simone Afflick Sonia Miller Stephanie Henriques Tricia Stewart Ulrica Dorah Valerie Clarke Valerie Walker Veronica Josephs Winsome Chambers Yolanda Rose

38 CONGRATULATIONS OID Congratulations ORGANIZATION FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, INC & THE HONOREES for your benevolence and service to the less fortunate in our communities. Marlene Edwards Stamford, CT

39 CONGRATULATIONS OID CONGRATULATIONS OID & HONOREES on their 26th Year of Service to Humanity Jean Streete, RDH MADANNIE45 KNITS Congratulations to all the honorees! Andrea James Congratulations to the OID for your continued support to the underserved in our communities. Keep up the good work. Margaret Lennon Greenwich Hospital Greenwich, CT My best wishes to Eleanor Edwards for her devotion and commitment to the work of the OID and their Service to Humanity. Ruth Mahoney Greenwich, CT

40 THANK YOU SPONSORS AFUWI Anne Marie Grant Andre James ASCO Services Bob DeSouza Caribbean Airways Caribbean Food Delights Bronze Circle Sponsor Clive Baxter Conroy Allison Greentree Country Club Groovin Radio Irwin Clare Jamaica Diabetes Society Jawara Blake Jet Blue Airways Mr. Garnett Spence Cuttenedge Graphics National Health Fund-Jamaica Rivera Imports Sara James-Jamaica Scholes Electric and Communication Vecas Gray VP Records WHOLESOME JAMAICA

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