Feeding the People Under The Bridge 2019
Members Tom Stringer, Sarah Orozzo, Jessica
Zenteno, Andrea Pruitt, Aileen Palomero, and Vanessa Lewis help serve food at Under the Bridge day with other volunteers.
Meals for Haven for Hope led by AORN SA member Elizabeth "Betsy" Vane
Betsy Vane and two high schools in Northside Independent School District, with their Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) formed groups of 60 kids to make 636 meals for Haven for Hope. They made sandwiches, gathered bags of chips, and included tangerines in these meals. This took place at Bar Louie's at La Cantera . This will take place every 3rd Saturday of the month. Shelters, and other groups will pick up lunches from Bar Louie.
Polycystic Kidney Disease Walk volunteer effort led by AORN SA member Elizabeth "Betsy" Vane
Betsy Vane and her Health Careers High School HOSA students and teachers volunteered at the Polycystic Kidney Disease Walk held at O. P. Schnabel Park Saturday, September 14th. They helped with food vendors, the children's penny dash, handing out water bottles on the route, and even helped with providing water for dogs at the event.
Memorial Day Flag gathering led by AORN SA member Elizabeth "Betsy" Vane
In an effort by AORN member Elizabeth "Betsy" Vane, on Saturday, 08 June 2019, five students from Health Careers high school in HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) volunteered to help organize graveside flags used for Memorial Day at the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery.
They rolled the flags into groups of ten, for four hours, and organized 5,020 flags that can be used for other events. The crate that was organized by the group held 9,500 flags by the end of the day.
AORN SA Member Wiley Smith Volunteer Work
AORN SA member Wiley Smith, BSN, BS, Ed., RN, volunteers at BAMC (Brooke Army Medical Center) on a regular basis.
TOM J. STRINGER RN, BSN, CNOR MISSIONARY WORK IN HONDURAS, HAITI, GUATEMALA, BENIN, CAMAROON, GUINEA, & MEXICO
"I have known for quite some time, most of my life that God was calling me to be involved in some sort of missionary work, what that was became clear to me when I was offered an opportunity to go to Mexico with TIME for Christ in 1997. I heard some nurses talking about this group and I asked them about it and they told me. Since that time I have gone to Mexico numerous times on Medical Mission trips. There were numerous volunteers on these trips ,many active duty Air Force personnel both surgeons and anesthesiololgists and nurses. People from all over the United States would converge here in San Antonio and Drive down to central Mexico and set up a field hospital in a local village school that had been made available to us. The types of surgery we did dependED on what surgeons volunteered..."
AORN SA FEEDS THE BRIDGE PEOPLE 2018
A volunteer event that all AORN SA members participate in.
AORN SA members understand that giving back to the community is important. Every year our members gather to prepare food to feed those in need and to also spread awareness about the need to give back to our San Antonio community.
ELF LOUISE 2018
A seasonal volunteer event that all AORN SA members participate in.
AORN SA's annual Elf Louise event took place Sunday December 9, 2018. This year our team wrapped 102 gifts and made 20 families very happy. This event is an example of the acts of community service AORN SA is involved in.