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1973: Michael L. Driscoll served in Western Samoa in Apia beginning in 1973
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Michael L. Driscoll can be contacted at mldriscollaadspec-spokanedcom
Country of Service: Western Samoa
Training Group: Group 11
Cities you served in: Apia
Arrival Year: 1973
Departure Year: 1974
Work Description: Teacher's Training Teacher
Other Countries you served in, Training Group Name Arrival Year, Departure Year,
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
1976-1980: Served as the District Scout Executive for the Midnight
Sun Council, Boy Scouts of America, Fairbanks, Alaska; Developing
Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Exploring Programs; Summer Camp Director;
Joined Kiwanis Club of Chena, Fairbanks, AK; served as Treasurer,
Secretary, Vice Pres., President Designate. Transferred to Spokane,
WA with the Inland Northwest Council, BSA, served as the Multiple
Man District Scout Executive from 1980 until 1982. Continued with
Kiwanis Club of North Spokane, serving as the President of the Club,
Lt. Governor Elect; Lt. Governor; Certified Kiwanis International
Trainer for Divisions: in Washington (Eastern), Idaho, Canada. Started
the North Spokane Kiwanis Club 3rd Grade Reading program for the
local school districts, and other Kiwanis Clubs also adopted the
reading program, and it continues since I started it in 1984. : )
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
I continue to think about the PC years, daily.
Originally posted: January 3, 2002
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