September 2008 Newslines

Summer in the Northwest, RPCV style

Washington state buzzed with RCPV activities this summer from camping trips to local and national reunions. details ....

Joe Hindman New Rep to NPCA Board

Election of Board members for the National Peace Corps Association was concluded in July, and we are happy to report that a Northwesterner was again elected to the position of Western Region Representative. details ....

SEAPAX Work Party at Golden Gardens

Within the forests of Golden Gardens, the invasive plant English ivy is crowding out native trees and shrubs and making the survival of native seedlings extremely difficult. You can help by working with EarthCorps and Seattle Parks to dig this ivy out of the ground and by planting native trees and shrubs! details ....

Bellingham Potluck

The potluck will feature an informal program, a chance to meet with special guest Dr. Eliza Yap Uy-Grino, former head of the Central Philippine University (CPU) English Dept. details ....

Seattle More Peace Corps party

A MorePeaceCorps party at Barbara Anderson's home in the Seattle area on Saturday Sept 6th. The guest of honor will be Lhakpa Sherpa, from Nepal. details ....

What Do We Know About RPCVs?

See the Our Stuff page and learn how Andrew Czernek is helping fill the knowledge gap about us.


Mailing list update

Thanks to everyone who has sent in their current contact info for the SEAPAX database! If you haven't had a chance to update your info, send an email to our Membership Coordinator: members@seapax.org. Include the following: name, address, city/state/zip, best phone # to reach you, Country(ies) of Service, Program(s) in Country, current employer, profession and/or title, membership number for NPCA if known.