Join NORVA members and others in the Peace Building Community to get the Garden of Peace for All Nations ready for spring! Let's start with a potluck picnic at 12:00 and get down to the real work by 1:00. We'll be cleaning up winter debris, planting spring flowers and managing any repairs or cleaning to permanent structures. PLEASE bring any gardening tools you have! Some will be available for you to borrow, but we won't have enough for everyone. We are also looking for those with connections…See More
IMPORTANT! Please attend! This year, we will be voting as a membership to amend our bylaws. The draft of the new bylaws will be available via the website in the "Share" tab for your review prior to the meeting. Please direct any questions to Amy Moniot, Co-President at email@example.com. We will also be electing new board members to several positions. A full slate of nominees will be presented after the January board meeting. All nominations must be received by the board by Jan. 18, 2018 in…See More
Join us to welcome the next generation of Peace Corps nominees and invitees into the fold before they set off to begin training. We have invited all prospective volunteers in the application process to spend time with returned volunteers to get some advice about setting out and learn about how NORVA can support them in their service. Food will be served at 2:00. The event will close at 4:00 when we will transition into the annual meeting including the election of new board members and bylaws…See More
Welcome to the NORVA website! Keep an eye on the events page for upcoming dinners and other social events. We have several things coming up this spring, I hope to meet you at one soon!
I'd love to set up an event to talk…"
Did you love the Thupka at Soups of the World? Interested in learning more about the cuisine of Nepal? Join fellow RPCVs at the Nepali Kitchen, maker of the featured soup. This spot has quickly become a favorite of both the Nepali community and internationally savvy foodies! See More
Where did you serve and when did you serve in Peace Corps?
India-33, 1966 to 1968
What are your interests and how would you like to be involved with NORVA?
I would like to meet with you socially and also take part in activities to help out in the community. I have written a book about my Peace Corps experience, Hot Milk On My Cornflakes, and would love to meet with your group to talk about it. It is available on Amazon.
What keeps you busy these days?
I was a teacher/administrator in Cleveland for 28 years. I'm retired and living in Wooster now.I have taught classes in ESOL and I deliver Meals on Wheels a couple days a week.
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