May 27, 2005: Headlines: COS - Zambia: Recruitment: Foster's Online: Gregg Hayward will live for more than two years as a U.S Peace Corps volunteer in Zambia

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Gregg Hayward will live for more than two years as a U.S Peace Corps volunteer in Zambia

Gregg Hayward will live for more than two years as a U.S Peace Corps volunteer in Zambia

Gregg Hayward will live for more than two years as a U.S Peace Corps volunteer in Zambia

Dover man volunteers in Zambia

Gregg Hayward Peace Corps volunteer to Zambia

To see a different part of the world so different that a Dover native will live in the daily life and culture of a tribal village and in outlying rural areas of national parks in South Africa.

This is the life Gregg Hayward will live for more than two years as a U.S Peace Corps volunteer in Zambia, Africa. He is the son of Cathy and Richard Hayward. His sister, Casie, is a University of New Hampshire sophomore.

Hayward is the grandson of Robert and Therese Foster, publisher and editor of Foster's Daily Democrat. His other grandparents are Dr. Sumner and Lucy Hayward of Concord.

Hayward is a graduate of St. Thomas Aquinas High School. He completed his senior year at the University of New Hampshire in 2004.

He graduated magna cum laude with a business major and a minor in environmental conservation.

He then spent three months with the Intervale company in Burlington, Vt., involved in its composting project, and seven months as a snow removal specialist at Mammoth Mountain ski area in Mammoth Lakes, Calif.

Over this season, the ski area has recorded more than 600 inches of snowfall, a new record.

While in Zambia, Hayward will be working in the country's high plateau area as a LIFE volunteer. This stands for Linking Income, Food and the Environment.

This project focuses on environmental sustainability while still generating positive economic returns for the people of the community in which Hayward will be living.





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