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1964: Bruc C. Sandie served in Braxil in Santa Leopoldina &Castelo, Espirito Santo beginning in 1964
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Bruc C. Sandie can be contacted at bsandieaaoldcom
Country of Service: Braxil
Training Group: Brazil VII
Cities you served in: Santa Leopoldina &Castelo, Espirito Santo
Arrival Year: 1964
Departure Year: 1965
Work Description: National School Lunch Program Rural Community Development
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
In 1999 I returned to my Peace Corps sites and it was so gratifying to find
that the program begun so many years ago and nurtured by so many Peace
Corps Volunteers was continuing to grow under the leadership of dedicated
Brazilians. It was still there and achieving its goals of healthier and better
Needless to say it was a trip I will never forget. It was a trip into the past and
a look at the future. Old memories were reinforced and new experiences
savored. I was able to renew old friendships and make new ones as well.. The
Brazilian were so kind and generous and welcomed me wherever I went. For
me it was a confirmation of that the Peace Corps is a viable and effective
way to promote understanding and for people to work to together for a better
Originally posted: April 7, 2002
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