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1999: Garry Farley served in St. Lucia in Micoud beginning in 1999
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Garry Farley can be contacted at Farley_GarryaHotmaildcom
Country of Service: St. Lucia
Training Group: EC66
Cities you served in: Micoud
Arrival Year: July 23, 1999
Departure Year: Decemeber 20, 1999
I worked on as a Peace Corps Assessment program for the Ministry of
Education in St. Lucia. I visited and
worked with students at 13 schools in
the town of Micoud, St. Lucia as an
educator. I also helped give
training sessions on Special Education teaching strategies that teachers should use in the classroom with
students who may have specific
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
I have completed another B.S degree
in Health Systems Management, and lost
a younger brother since I returned
from St. Lucia.
Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:
I enjoyed my Peace Corps experience
and my fellow Peace Corps Volunteers.
Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:
I I am looking for Christopher Kitzer.
He worked in St. Lucia on a Junior
Achievement program. I also am looking
for how I can get in touch with
Adrianne Sever. I knew her from our
time in St. Lucia during training. I
believe she might be attending the
University of Pittsburgh Medical School. She served in Dominica in a
Any message for returned volunteers?:
Someday, I would like to meet them
Originally posted: June 26, 2003
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