Atlanta RPCVs are selling Peace Corps T-Shirts to help support PC Partnership Programs around the world. The T-Shirts are geared toward a number of regions where Peace Corps Voluneers serve, and now include a specific job sector; i.e. Beekeeping (Peace Corps Beekeeping “Show me the honey!”). To find out more please see our “RPCV Connections” tab.
PLEASE COME TO A VERY SPECIAL ‘FARMERS BREAKFAST’ AT 8 AM!!! SCHEDULE:
8:00AM – 9:00AM: Pancake breakfast for RPCVs and Howell Farm volunteers (pancakes made with our own wheat flour and served with our Grade A maple syrup) Don’t be late for this part!
9:00 join RPCV Kenya Rob Flory and new oxen haul equipment to the field. Great photo op. (Oxen will not be in field during day)
9:30 help us cut seed potatoes!
10 -3 help us plant. This year’s goal is to produce 1 ton of potatoes for area soup kitchens and food pantries.
for Central Jersey & Princeton Area RPCVs
Ethnic Dining Get-Together
Monday, April 21 7 PM
Penang Malaysian & Thai Cuisine
(Note: This is a BYOB restaurant)
635 Nassau Park Blvd. just off Quaker Bridge Rd.
west of U.S. 1 in West Windsor Twp.
Special Guest: Jonathan Pearson
from National Peace Corps Association
Convenient to Princeton, U.S. 1, and Turnpike Exit 8
with plenty of parking.
Please join us for a great luncheon gathering at the Little Tokyo Restaurant in Hackettstown, New Jersey on Sunday, April 27, at 12:30 PM.
The restaurant is located at 207 Mountain Avenue (“The Main Drag in Hackettstown”) in Hackettstown, New Jersey.
You can view their regular and sushi lunch menus online at:
Spouses are welcome.
Please RSVP to Doug Garatina email@example.com or call him at 908-328-1183 by Friday, April 25.
Montclair State University’s College of Education and Human Services recently presented “Peace Corps Day @ Montclair.” This event was held April 9, 2014 and included images and stories from Returned Peace Corps Volunteers. The Montclair community was presented with the questions, “Have you ever wanted to expand your volunteer service beyond New Jersey? How far would you go?” Continue reading