Please see the below links to the group’s 2016 and 2017 Activity Reports. If you have any questions, please contact the group at email@example.com.
Attached below are the 2017 Financial Statement – which details all of our income and expenses during FY 2017 – and the Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2018. The 2017 Financial Statement is for your review. The Proposed Budget for Fiscal … Continue reading
2019 International Calendars are on sale! They are $11 each and are a great fundraiser for our group, allowing us to continue to support our efforts to fulfill the 3rd goal. In addition to that, they’re really cool! Each day … Continue reading
Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Northeastern New York and The Helen M. Upton Center for Women’s Studies and the Office of Student Life at The Sage Colleges present a screening of: ddddddddd GIRL RISING ………….. “Girl Rising” tells the inspiring … Continue reading
Attached below are the 2016 Financial Statement – which details all of our income and expenses during FY 2016 – and the Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2017. The 2016 Financial Statement is for your review. The Proposed Budget for … Continue reading
How can you support this need? Pay at the door on January 21st Send check payable to: Westminster Church; memo “Ebola Relief” at 85 Chestnut Street, Albany NY 12210 Give Online: www.wpcalbany/give
Happy Fall, everyone! It has been a while since our last happy hour and social gathering. To celebrate the start of the fall season and lucky number 13, the Social Events Committee* of RPCV-NENY is planning a happy hour … Continue reading
One of the unique things of the Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Northeastern New York is our monthly Potlucks. As you probably know, on the first Tuesday of every month, returned Volunteers gather together at different locations in the Capital Region These potlucks not only serve as social gathering to reminisce and eat, but also, as informative meetings of upcoming fundraising events, community activities, and learning experiences. This particular potluck, we met up at the sweet Saratoga National Historical Park with Superintendent, Amy Bracewell. Presentation topics included history of the National Park Service and then question and answer. To round up, a rainbow joined us at the event.
After much ado and much delay (sorry about that) here are the results from the 2016 RPCV NENY Membership Survey. Those of you who were able to attend our April meeting received these results and the presentation attached, but for those of you who weren’t they are here below. If you have any questions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
President RPCVs NENY
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