The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 2,400 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 4 years to get that many views.
Our New Year’s Brunch at Sue Senecah’s house has been cancelled. If you know of anyone who was planning to attend, please let them know. Thanks and Happy New Year from RPCVs of NENY. Please be sure to join us … Continue reading →
RPCV Lynn Minderman would appreciate donations of any of these items which she will carry with her on her trip to Lesotho in February. Items can be dropped off at Jeanette Gottlieb’s home. PCV Kevin Koryto, a math teacher at … Continue reading →
Jajja’s Kids Addressing the Needs of Ugandan Street Children Save the Dates! Dear Friends, Exciting things are happening for Jajja’s Kids!! A month following my trip to Uganda this past summer, Ronnie Sseruyange–my “adopted” Ugandan kid–came to the U.S. for … Continue reading →
Becky Raymond will be organizing a discussion group focused on the book Women Hold Up Half The Sky, Turning Oppression Into Opportunity For Women Worldwide. The book is a series of stories of extraordinary women that show that the most effective … Continue reading →
This Saturday, Sept. 29th is the Glenville Oktoberfest from Noon to 6 pm (actually goes to 9 for the beer garden). Last year we had a booth and we are doing it again. We plan to set up about 9 am and could … Continue reading →
From the Spectrum Theatre’s website: One show only Wednesday 9/26 at 7 pm This special screening will be followed by a panel discussion and Q&A with local refugees from Burma and staff and volunteers from the Albany Field Office of … Continue reading →
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 →