A Large Sign that Moves

Sign: a notice that is publicly displayed giving information or instructions in a written or symbolic form.

This week Spay Panama is in the Azuero Peninsula on a sterilization mission.  The team drives throughout the country in this converted school bus that conveys their message and their purpose, giving publicidad to their cause and making it easy for the people to find them.

On Wednesday our team from Animal Advocates of Pedasi/Defensores de los Animales de Pedasi offered subsidies and rides to owners from our district who wanted their mascotas sterilized.  We also provided several volunteers for the clinic held in Las Tablas on Tuesday and Wednesday.  Here is the bus outside the auditorium in Las Tablas:

1 Las Tablas

On Thursday I traveled to Parita with some other group memebers.  This town is outside Chitre and is over an hour from Pedasi.  Once again the bus parked very prominently outside the basket ball court where the clinic was being held:

2 Parita

Yesterday and today the big prominent sign from Spay Panama is parked in Chitre before it moves back to its home in Panama City. In the coming days I’ll be posting a little more about the work that our Pedasi group does and posting more pictures from my two-day experience…in the campo.

See more interpretations of this week’s WP Photo Challenge: Signs 

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4 Responses to A Large Sign that Moves

  1. Sunnymikkel says:

    Karen – First sentence, third word, you have Spy, should be Spay! Just saying! ;>}}

    • indacampo says:

      Gracias…they say you should read it out loud. I’m still recovering from three days on the road! 🙂

  2. John Pazera says:

    Good for you guys to volunteer!

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