At 3pm on Friday, November 16 2012 at Azuero Earth Project, interns Pedro and Enita Cerrud organized a “Painting and Movie Night”, attended by 42 people, including students from Pedasi High School, Instituto Plinio A. Moscoso y members of the community. The youth painted recycling bins, resulting in a lottery in which participants won t-shirts and maps of the Project.
In recognition of all their help, Pedro and Enita offered participants a free meal of lasagna and garlic bread with refreshed that everyone enjoyed!
After the dinner, the interns showed the movie: “Horton Hears a Who”(2008), with popcorn and refreshments for the movie viewers. The movie tells the story of Horton, an elephant who discovers a tiny world of “who” people living on a flower and decides to protect it, despite the fact that his community do not believe it exists. As Horton explains: “A person is a person, no matter how small”.
“We are very thankful to everyone who attended this event. Thanks to you all, it was a big success!”, said Pedro and Enita.
During the event attendees participated in a lottery asking the following trivia questions related to the Recycle Pedasí program. See if you also know the answers:
Question: Where are the recycling bins located in Pedasí?
- The Azuero Earth Project
- Distribuidora LIBADI
- Residencial Pedasí
- Cooperative Rancho, Bajadero/Arenal Beach
- Pedasí High School (Instituto Plinio Antonio Moscoso)
- Estación Edy
- Clarisa and Cusi´s house, Main Plaza
Question: Which materials are recycled by the Recycle Pedasí project in Pedasí?
Correct answer: Hard plastic and cans (aluminum and junk parts)
Winners were given t-shirts and maps of the Project. Do you want to participate in more activities related to recycling in Pedasí? If so, join the Recicla Pedasí (Recycle Pedasí) group on Facebook. The Recicla Pedasí project encourages education and culture of recycling as a method to protect natural resources and our health throughout our region and collaborates with the Alcadia, the Movimiento Juvenil Pedasí Verde, the Instituto P.A.M., the Azuero Earth Project, and the Organization de Niños de Azuero.