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    • Lisa and Leisi stroll to the church ruins. Built by Americans, the church was a daily reminder of the important adage of ‘development’ work. (Submitted by Lisa Zimmer-Chu)
    • Exhibit Poster: Little Girls in the Window tells a friendship story with two Panamanian young girls who became like family. (Submitted by Lisa Zimmer-Chu)
    • Preparing the day’s first meal (Submitted by George Bergeman)
    • Fish headed to the local market from one of the local dugout fishing boats. (Submitted by George Bergeman)
    • Clarissa Bergeman and students. Sometimes things really did look like a Peace Corps recruiting poster. (Submitted by George Bergeman)
    • This friendly devil danced in celebration of a local tribal chief’s birthday. (Submitted by George Bergeman)
    • Regina baked bread which her daughters delivered to houses in the community. (Submitted by George Bergeman)
    • She’s a neighbor who happened to be the granddaughter of a Liberian government official. Aunt Annie is picking small rocks out of rice. (Submitted by George Bergeman)
    • Three Panamanian children taught Meredith Cornett (served in Panama between 1991 and 1993) to harvest clams during the dry season, and so many other important skills. (Submitted by Meredith Cornett)

    Peace Corps Experiences Reflected in Photos Exhibit

    Published August 11, 2014

    Since 1961, hundreds of thousands of young Americans have been sent around the world as Peace Corps volunteers: teachers, community organizers… and friends. More than two dozen of those images are now on display at Round Hill Arts Center, a non-profit art organization in Virginia.


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