A near-complete list of the people who were in St. Paul:
Steve Bell, Mary Read Beth, Bonnie Birker, Chris and Xiomara Borden, Coco Blanca, Jean Clark, Peter Demay, Shannon Ginn, Sherwood Guernsey, Bob and Didi Hiatt, Sarah Johnson, Janice Jorgensen, Bud Keith, Steve Legvold, Duane Mykiljord (and Duane Jr.), Steve Orr, Dan Schabilon, Carol Ritter, Joe Rollings, Jim Siebenhaler, Steve Spangler, Alicia Stough, Chuck and Nancy Sweetman, Jason Tidwell, Bonnie Ulrich, Eva Wailes, Kevin Webb, Mike Webb, Charlie Wheeler, Matt and Marisue Zillig.
National Peace Corps Association
The National Peace Corps Association Conference was http://www.mnrpcv.org
Janice Jorgensen Gives Panama Update
Peace Corps Panama Friends
had a reunion in St. Paul on Friday afternoon and evening, August 13th.
|June 11, 1999
Everyone Interested in Peace Corps Panama
From: Bud Keith and Steve Spangler
Subject: Past, present and future activities Since our last issue of El Bochinche, Peace Corps Panama Friends (PCPF) has moved firmly into cyber space. We have a web site, we have email communication, and we have started a "Listserv".
Our web site has news of members, stories about recent and current Peace Corps activities in Panama, and an on-line membership form to update our database of past and current volunteers and staff.
We publish articles from "La Vaina" newsletter created by volunteers in Panama.
Our site has pictures from this year's Carnival in Las Tablas.
Our site even allows you to order books from Amazon.com with up to 15% of the cost going to PCPF conservation projects at no increase in price to you.
Our email capability allows us to stay in touch with the current Peace Corps director in Panama and to publish reports on the activities of current PCVs. Hopefully, from reading this letter, you will be interested in joining our listserv. That will allow you to develop ongoing communication with others interested in the Peace Corps in Panama on any topic your heart desires.
We want to update the PCPF Directory. We need a lot of your help to make it meaningful. With a very few exceptions, we need a brief bio and address information for those who have served since 1990, and anyone else who has rediscovered his/her Peace Corps spirit in the past ten years. Include your years of service, where you served (province and pueblo), and type of projects.
The National Peace Corps Association, the largest organization of returned Peace Corps
volunteers, holds biannual conferences.
Peace Corps Panama Friends
If you have not received conference registration information, call the NPCA at 202-293-7728 Ex. 3, or check their web site at www.rpcv.org