Pedro Pan Administrator

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Pedro Pan Administrator
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United States of America
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Pedro Pan Administrator
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Date of Arrival
Friday, January 1, 1960
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Haiti Pedro Pan
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Message by Jorge | Aug 3rd 2009

Hi Pedro, back from vacation and I'd like to upload some pictures but can't... I deleted all my pictures and began loading the first when suddenly, as soon as the loading starts my screen disappears and it goes white below the www.miamiherald.com. Anybody else having trouble? Is it me or you? Thanks, Maria Mills

Message by Maria Petronila Hernandez Mills | Aug 3rd 2009

Hola Pedro estaba mirando la lista de los Pedro Pans y estoy viendo, no se si es un error, pero esta persona se inscribio con el mismo nombr, inicial y apellido que yo, excepto por el segundo apellido, pero otra cosa extrana es que no aparece en la columna de los Pedro Pans relatando su historia de su llegada? Puedes chequear esto? es mucha coincidencia.

Message by Henry/Enrique Rodriguez (EL MUSICO) | Aug 3rd 2009

TO ALL PEDRO PANS SENT TO THE KENDALL CAMP: Do you remember Madre Ana Maria? Today, Ana Maria is 98 and lives in a lovely convent in Fort Lauderdale, next to St. Jerome Catholic Church. The Pedro Pan Network, including Carmen Romanach, Sister Paulina and Sonia Mayea, who brought the group together, went to visit the sister to capture on videotape her emotional memories of the days she cared for the Pedro Pan children. Feeding the crying children who arrived late at night from the airport often fell to her - and she tried to make them feel better with motherly hugs, she said. We asked her: What message she wanted to send to Pedro Pans today: With her hand in her heart, she said: "Tell them I was glad to serve them and offer them a little human warmth and kindnes in their time of need. Tell them I hope they're happy. That would make ME very happy." The sister will turn 99 next month. To see a photo of her, go to Maria del Carmen Romanach's entry. To send her good wishes, write to her at the church at 2525 SW 9th Ave., Fort Lauderdale, FL. 33315-2601 or contact Carmen at carmencita215@aol.com. She will pass on message to the sister. Message by Pedro Pan Administrator |

Message by Pedro Pan Administrator | Jul 29th 2009

Is there an easy way to locate specific individuals or do I have to go through the list of names?

Message by Lilia M (Lily) Lorbes Gonzalez | Jul 29th 2009

07/29/09 Recibi una nota de "Armando" acerca de mi amiga Zoilita Clark.......queria contestarle pero cuando trato no entro en su e-mail.....de todas maneras pienso comunicarme con las primas de Zoilita y tratar de conseguir una foto para nuestros archivos....tambien necesitare de Ernesto Perez Proenza y de Arelys Felipe (de estos creo que si las tengo) pero estoy accidentada y tendre que esperar unos dias.....siempre que pueda hare lo que necesitemos........esto es un proyecto que no podemos dejar que "se nos vaya de las manos" Mi admiracion por todos los que lo han llevado a cabo. Un abrazo, Otmara Capote

Message by Otmara Capote | Jul 29th 2009

TO ALL PEDRO PANS SENT TO THE KENDALL CAMP: Do you remember Madre Ana Maria? Today, Ana Maria is 98 and lives in a lovely convent in Fort Lauderdale, next to St. Jerome Catholic Church. The Pedro Pan Network, including Carmen Romanach, Sister Paulina and Sonia Mayea, who brought the group together, went to visit the sister to capture on videotape her emotional memories of the days she cared for the Pedro Pan children. Feeding the crying children who arrived late at night from the airport often fell to her - and she tried to make them feel better with motherly hugs, she said. We asked her: What message she wanted to send to Pedro Pans today: With her hand in her heart, she said: "Tell them I was glad to serve them and offer them a little human warmth and kindnes in their time of need. Tell them I hope they're happy. That would make ME very happy." The sister will turn 99 next month. To see a photo of her, go to Carmen Romanach's entry. To send her good wishes, write to her at the church at 2525 SW 9th Ave., Fort Lauderdale, FL. 33315-2601 or contact Carmen at carmencita215@aol.com. She will pass on message to the sister.

Message by Pedro Pan Administrator | Jul 28th 2009

Hi Pedro, que podemos hacer cuando sabemos de otros hermanitos y no aparecen aqui por ejemplo mis amiguitas Veronica Mesa la hermana Marisol Mesa pues Veronica y yo siempre fuimos mejores amiguita y no se encuentran aqui. Gracias por todo. Silvia Budejen

Message by Silvia Budejen Trujillo | Jul 28th 2009

I would like to add my voice to those asking for a solution to the anonymous postings. I am on the side that anonymous postings should not be allowed. However, the way things are the non-Pedro Pan posters who in good will leave their name and e-mail address with their comments, also make that e-mail address available to anybody who clicks on their name. This is not the best thing either. Ideally only the registered Pedro Pans should be able to have their profile link, and then only those authorized could see all the info in our profiles. I trust this glitch will be resolved soon. After all, the thing Cubans are best at is RESOLVER. En arreglar problemas nos pintamos solos. ¿O a que sí? Yolanda

Message by Yolanda Cardenas Ganong | Jul 26th 2009

Admin.: I believe Anonymous messages should not be accepted. Anyone posting a comment should have a name and a real email address, even if the email address is not made public because the person is not registered. Eloisa

Message by Eloísa Echazábal | Jul 26th 2009

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