West Cascade Peace Corps Association
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West Cascade Peace Corps Association

Our Next Event

RPCV TALK ON EBOLA IN GUINEA. Sunday, September 7th, 2014, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Eugene PCV, Kathleen Conery, recently evacuated from her PC assignment in Guinea due to the Ebola outbreak, will talk to us about her work as a PCV and her experience as an Ebola evacuee. Kathleen hopes to return to Guinea. Join us at the Many Nations Longhouse on the U of O campus to welcome Kathleen for a respite in Eugene and learn her fascinating story. We’ll appreciate guests bringing a small dessert or fruit dish to share. The Longhouse is at the north end of Columbia Street, just off of E. 17th Avenue, behind the School of Law (1515 Agate Street) and immediately south of the Museum of Natural and Cultural History (1680 E. 15th Avenue).

2015 International Calendar

2014 International Calendar

Once again, WCPCA is selling international calendars published by the Madison, WI RPCV group. With photos from current and former Peace Corps host countries and day by day listings of holidays from countries and cultures throughout the world, the calendar is a work of art and a resource that celebrates ties of friendship created by Peace Corps service.

Proceeds from these sales help fund humanitarian projects. Click here to see a list of funded projects. For more information about calendar sales, please visit the Shop page.

The West Cascade Peace Corps Association, in conjunction with the National Peace Corps Association, supports the work of world peace, well-being and understanding and furthermore strives to actively fulfill the Peace Corps third Goal of "bring the world back home."

from the West Cascade Mission Statement