Rotary Eye Clinic

Rotary is involved in many humanitarian projects world-wide.
Our motto is "Service Above Self

Our First Patient

Our First Patient
Dr. Carl Whitehouse and Salome Huinac

"We would like to thank all of our friends, families and other members of our community for their generous support in donating glasses, knitted booties, medical equipment and other supplies towards our mission. Your kindness is most appreciated"

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Back home in Canada

Friday morning we got up at 3:30 a.m. and boarded our shuttle to the airport in Guatemala City at 4:00.
Things were very misty and our flight was delayed about an hour. Other than the delay everything went fine with our departure.

We said "Good-bye" to the beautiful hills, mountains and volcanos of Guatemala and made our way to Mexico City and then on to Toronto.

We arrived in Toronto about 8:30 and went back to the hotel where we had stayed before we left, to pick up our cars. Some headed back to Perth and some team members stayed over in Toronto.

We said our "farewells" in the lobby of the hotel. Having shared this very special time together the friendships and bonds that we have made during this great adventure will be life-long.


  1. It's very much appreciated that you are giving healthcare to villagers.

    There should be a regular eye checkup also besides all these important precautions.

    I suggest two donation based eye clinics for poor patients for checkup and surgeries, Vision Trust Eye Clinic and Mehr-un-Nisa Eye Clinic for Eye Surgeon

    Best regards

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