The Ebola Relief Fund Raiser has sold out! We have sold 90 tickets, and now have the unenviable task of turning people away. We deeply appreciate the support we have received from every side in making this a reality. We … Continue reading
From WNYT: http://wnyt.com/article/stories/S3632693.shtml?cat=10114 Imagine having to flee your country and travel to a foreign land to escape a horrible disease. It sounds like a Hollywood movie, but for about a dozen families who have come to the Capital Region from West … Continue reading
An information session on the Peace Corps was held at Russell Sage College in Troy on November 10th. There were 24 RPCVs from the RPCV-NENY group participating. The audience was the World 420 class at Sage, comprised of junior and … Continue reading
Togo RPCV Stacey Thayer will host a Noonday Collection Open House on November 29 at her home in Troy, NY. To RSVP, email Stacey at firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn about the Noonday Collection, visit oshetamoore.noondaycollection.com
At its November 2014 meeting, the RPCVs of NENY voted to join forces with the New York State Anti-Trafficking Coalition (NYSATC). Members of the Half the Sky book group learned of the work of NYSATC and the Trafficking Victims Protection and … Continue reading
Another letter from Becky Raymond who is serving a PC Response assignment in Blantyre, Malawi: ________ Let me start off by answering the question that many of you may be thinking – is there Ebola in Malawi? At this point … Continue reading
On October 18, Sara Poggi met with NPCA President Glenn Blumhorst (pictured here) who was visiting from Washington DC. Sara provided a detailed update about the status and activities of RPCVs of NENY. Glenn discussed news from the national level … Continue reading
A great time was had by all at our Happy Hour event at the City Beer Hall last Friday. Check out some pictures below. Thanks again to Heather Senecal for coordinating the event. Stay tuned for future Happy Hours and … Continue reading
There is a location change for our August 5th meeting. The meeting will now be held at Sue Senecah and Van Calhoun’s house in Chatham, NY. See our Monthly Meeting Page for more information and address. Thanks, everybody! And sorry for the short notice.
Our annual summer picnic was held on July 12th at Bob Crowley’s house in Poestenkill. 25-30 people were in attendance, including RPCVs, one current PCV, husbands and wives, and plenty of friends and family. A good time was had by all as we ate, drank, swam, and talked the day away. Until next year, everybody!