April 28, 2005: Headlines: COS - Congo Kinshasa: Daily Times: John S. Jochum's "Letters from Zaire" -- a collection of letters he wrote home while a Peace Corps volunteer in Africa in the mid-1970s is out

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John S. Jochum's "Letters from Zaire" -- a collection of letters he wrote home while a Peace Corps volunteer in Africa in the mid-1970s is out

John S. Jochum's Letters from Zaire -- a collection of letters he wrote home while a Peace Corps volunteer in Africa in the mid-1970s is out

John S. Jochum's "Letters from Zaire" -- a collection of letters he wrote home while a Peace Corps volunteer in Africa in the mid-1970s is out

Delmar author offers the insights of a young American in a foreign land

By Mary Bargion
Daily Times
Delmar, Del.
Apr 28, 2005

John S. Jochum's "Letters from Zaire" -- a collection of letters he wrote home while a Peace Corps volunteer in Africa in the mid-1970s is out -- published by WinePress Publishing in Enumclaw, Wash., with color photos. The author, who lives in Delmar, offers the insights of a young, motivated American facing a complex culture.

"Today, there are a lot of young people deciding what to do," said Jochum. "This is a story about service -- giving rather than receiving."

The book is available on amazon.com for $15, or call Jochum at 410-896-4286.





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