It’s hard to believe that over 20 years ago, CAMO was just a dream. After my two-year Peace Corps experience ended in 1981, I had to do something more. The people in Honduras needed help. They did the best they could with what they had. But they suffered needless death because they lacked the basics, the simple things that we here in the States often take for granted. So, with a step of faith, I took one duffel bag filled to capacity with medical supplies and hand-delivered it to the Santa Rosa hospital. That’s where the dream began. This year, CAMO celebrated 20 years of service, bringing hope to an otherwise forgotten people.