1987: kathryn hack lucas served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in costa rica in ciudad quesada and agua zarcus beginning in 1987

Peace Corps Online: Directory: Costa Rica: Directory of Costa Rica RPCVs: 1987: kathryn hack lucas served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in costa rica in ciudad quesada and agua zarcus beginning in 1987

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1987: kathryn hack lucas served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in costa rica in ciudad quesada and agua zarcus beginning in 1987

1987: kathryn hack lucas served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in costa rica in ciudad quesada and agua zarcus beginning in 1987

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer kathryn hack lucas can be contacted at kelucasd1anetscapedcom

Country of Service: costa rica

Training Group: santa ana

Cities you served in: ciudad quesada and agua zarcus

Arrival Year: 1987

Departure Year: 1990

Work Description:

special education

Any thoughts you have now looking back on peace corps days?:

Think of any adjective. Think of every adjective. That was Peace Corps Costa Rica

Anyone you are looking for or would like to hear from?:

Carol Hall, Jeanie, Wayne, Lisa,Dave the Dirt Man, Andy, Linda, Tanya. Hello! I think of you so often.

Any message for returned volunteers?:

Hey guys! I miss you. Let's reunion.

Originally posted: October 24, 2006



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