January 27, 2010, Dr. Matt Taylor, who is a semi retired dentist, from St. Catharines, presented a slide show from his most recent (work) trip to Guatemala. This was his sixth trip doing volunter work among the poor in villages around beautiful Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. Dr. Taylor finances his own trips, and travels with a generator and dental chair. He stated that the children drink a lot of coke in the region, and it is playing havoc with the kids teeth. He worked 10 hours a day for 20 days, filling huge cavities in the children's permanent teeth, and also extracted bad teeth on the adults. I can't begin to imagine the pain the children must suffer from the huge cavities shown. Another wonderful example of good work carried out by a Rotarian. Thank you for sharing your work with us. It was a most interesting presentation.