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1981: Kim Horne served in Dominican Republic in San Cristobal, Santo Domingo beginning in 1981
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Kim Horne can be contacted at Kim_horneahotmaildcom
Country of Service: Dominican Republic
Training Group: Costa Rica-Dulce Nombre de la Garita
Cities you served in: San Cristobal, Santo Domingo
Arrival Year: 1981
Departure Year: 1983
I worked at several orphanages in San Cristobal and Santo Domingo, doing agricultural and physical education projects. The children taught me more than I could ever teach them. They showed me how precious life is through their curiosity and playfulness.
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
I'm out of agriculture now, and into English language education and self-expression. I currently reside in Ogaki, Japan where I teach English to 3-18 year olds. I train other teachers as well.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
It was a fantastic experience! Lessons that I learned there still guide me today.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
Kathy Stearns and Libby Ward, where are you?
Any message for returned volunteers?:
Keep the spirit and share your experiences with others.
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I'd like to update my email from ckat99aaoldcom to: kim_horneahotmaildcom
Originally posted: January 15, 2005
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