Lynn Minderman was kind enough to share her experiences as a PCV in Lesotho and talk to our group about the work she is doing through a 501(c)3 called Quolaquoe Mountain Connections. The organization’s mission is, “to benefit the people … Continue reading
Don’t let this happen to you. We’ve got two events this weekend and you’re invited: Happy Hour at the Washington Tavern, Friday 5.30pm; Details here Birthday Cruise on Lake George for Yvonne. Saturday, Boarding at 5.30pm; Details here. As always, … Continue reading
Join us on the shores of Lake Champlain for the weekend of August 11 and 12. Becky Dixon will host us again this year for what promises to be a great time. Details August 11-12 136 Barksdale Rd, Westport, NY. … Continue reading
A big Thank You to all who contributed to the garage sale. And a Special THANK YOU to all those who helped out. Especially Joan and Harry who were here Thursday, Friday, and Saturday while fitting in family events. We really appreciated all the donations and all the shopping done by members of the group. The RPCV banner attracted past volunteers who are not regulars in the group and “host country nationals” who are living or studying here. For the important part: We made more than double our previous sales.
Again Thank You to all.
Kim and Chris Anderson hosted our June meeting at their lovely home in Ballston Spa. Kim presented on her recent trip to the Dominican Republic. Her trip was sponsored by Fair Trade Towns USA and led her to cacao, coffee, and banana … Continue reading
Friday, June 8 & Saturday, June 9
9am to 4pm
Email Jeanette with questions or to volunteer to help. Details here: https://www.google.com/calendar/event?eid=cmgwN2dsN2c4MDBoMnJycjBtaDFkbnFwOGMgcnBjdm5lbnlAbQ&ctz=America/New_York&gsessionid=OK
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 at 6pm
Bring food and/or drink to share
Friends and new members welcome
Kim Anderson will present on her recent trip to Dominican Republic
1403 West High Street, Ballston Spa, NY
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Encouraged by chants of “hippies!” and “Hey look! It’s the Peace Corps,” an intrepid group of members marched in the Troy Flag Day parade. More photos in the Galleries.