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Out Of Service
The community vehicle is going off the island on Wednesday afternoon
for a service and will not be available for transport service on the
island, possibly until Friday.
Please ring to enquire if it is available well before you need to use
Upon return, it will be available for use every day from 9:00 am to
9:00 pm as we now have a volunteer driver available for duty
on Wednesday afternoons.
News of Karmel
Karmel is still in hospital but in reasonable spirits.
She had the first operation and has plates in her wrist and ankle with
supporting soft casts on her arm and leg and a splint on her finger.
She will be having further surgery today to remove some wires or pins
from the first operation and then will require more solid casts.
She does not expect to be back on the Island for at least 3 months.
She hopes she can attend Lenny's ashes ceremony and celebration even if
she has to be in a wheelchair!
A Message from Anna Kilian and Family
Kurt's widow has asked that thanks and be conveyed to all
those from the Offshore Community who attended Kurt's funeral last
week. She said that she was touched by the words expressed in
the PON and Baynews and the support from those attending the funeral
was very much appreciated by all the family.
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