Tuesday, May 26, 2015

A vist to the TEEN VAN

Sorting toiletry items at the AAG location to put into toiletry bags or zip-lock baggies for distribution
at the TEEN VAN run by Dr. Ammerman of LPCH@Stanford.

From left: Anna Henderson, President, Association of Auxiliaries; Nancy Larsson, President, PAA;
                    Cheryl S-K; Mary Anne York, Corresponding Secretary, PAA; Erika C.

Ready, packed.....go!

Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Deodorant, Liquid Soap, Shampoo, Conditioner, Lotion, Comb, Razor,....
                                        ...........are some of the items collected for each bag.
                                      Also needed are movie tickets & TARGET gift cards. 
  Visiting the TEEN VAN @ Los Altos Hi, left: Debbie Burkholder, Director Auxiliaries Relations;                Archana Apanna, new member, PAA; & Eve Shaw, Assistant Director Auxiliaries Relations
Nancy Larsson, President, PAA, arriving with staff lunch

It hardly rained all winter/spring...but this day it poured in the PA & LA area!!

Michelle, one of the nurses on duty in the TEEN VAN

                      The van is a converted bus which when outfitted cost $750,000, 19 years ago.
                         A new van will arrive before the end of the year, at a cost of $500,000.
Seth Ammerman, M.D., with the visitors.

Rosa and John - without them .... the VAN could not function!!

                                                    Dr. A showing off the driver's cab
                                             Dr. A, Nancy Larsson, Nurse Lisa, Eve Shaw
Listening to the history of the van and its duties, treating youths since 1996 who have a range of unmet heath-care needs,
are homeless or have other family problems, and are seen to at several locations on the SF Peninsula

      Dr. A. in the back row, middle, encouraging all to contribute on RED NOSE DAY, June 21, 2015,
                            to help children in need all over the world. NBC was the TV sponsor.
Wishing for more/extra storage in the new van so our TOILETRY BAGS have their own place...
not having to be stowed "in between".

                            Saying 'Good BYE', and "Hope to see you when the new van gets christened".

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