About

Seven percent (7%) of Peace Corps Volunteers are over 50 years of age. I am one of them. Follow my adventure as I write about being a PCV living in Armenia working with two non-governmental organizations, as a Community and Youth Development  adviser.

Note: The contents of this blog are mine personally and do not reflect any position of the US Government or the Peace Corps.

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2 responses to “About”

  1. Andrea Green says :

    Bobbie,
    I started reading your blog. How interesting. I’ll keep following it–you’ve given me a vivid picture of your temporary training home.
    Andrea

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