February 8, 2005: Index: PCOL Exclusive: Nevada
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February 8, 2005: Index: PCOL Exclusive: Nevada
- 2010.10.18: October 18, 2010: Peace Corps volunteers Mary-Ann Tirone Smith, Peter Hessler and Paul Theroux, born and raised in the United States, developed their approach to life and writing through their experiences abroad Thursday, March 03, 2011 - 12:39 pm 
- 2006.07.12: July 12, 2006: Headlines: COS - Dominican Republic: State Government: Legislature: Reno and its Discontents: An Interview with Dominican Republic RPCV Shiela Leslie, a member of the Nevada State Legislation since 1999 and the Asisstant Majority Whip Thursday, July 20, 2006 - 7:28 am 
- 2006.05.05: May 5, 2006: Headlines: Gambling: Voting: Politics: Elections: Election2004: Law: Intellectual Property: Washing5ton Post: A look at how Las Vegas slots and electronic voting machines compare Thursday, May 18, 2006 - 9:52 pm 
- 2006.05.05: May 5, 2006: Headlines: Local Groups: The Third Goal: University of Las Vegas: RPCVs plan third goal activities for Greater Las Vegas area Friday, May 05, 2006 - 1:31 am 
- February 15, 2006: Headlines: COS - Guyana: Nuclear Waste: Environment: Soil Science: Pahrump Valley Times: Guyana RPCV Dale Hammermeister is new director for its nuclear waste repository project office in Yucca Thursday, February 23, 2006 - 6:54 pm 
- April 13, 2005: Headlines: COS - Georgia: Congress: Peace Corps: Peace Corps Volunteers in Georgia meet with Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada Wednesday, April 13, 2005 - 7:51 pm 
- February 26, 2005: Headlines: State Government: Reno Gazette Journal: Next week has been declared Peace Corps Week in Nevada by Governor Kenny Guinn Saturday, February 26, 2005 - 6:58 pm 
When this story was posted in February 2005, this was on the front page of PCOL:
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| Bush's FY06 Budget for the Peace Corps|
The White House is proposing $345 Million for the Peace Corps for FY06 - a $27.7 Million (8.7%) increase that would allow at least two new posts and maintain the existing number of volunteers at approximately 7,700. Bush's 2002 proposal to double the Peace Corps to 14,000 volunteers appears to have been forgotten. The proposed budget still needs to be approved by Congress.
| RPCVs mobilize support for Countries of Service|
RPCV Groups mobilize to support their Countries of Service. Over 200 RPCVS have already applied to the Crisis Corps to provide Tsunami Recovery aid, RPCVs have written a letter urging President Bush and Congress to aid Democracy in Ukraine, and RPCVs are writing NBC about a recent episode of the "West Wing" and asking them to get their facts right about Turkey.
| Ask Not|
As our country prepares for the inauguration of a President, we remember one of the greatest speeches of the 20th century and how his words inspired us. "And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you--ask what you can do for your country. My fellow citizens of the world: ask not what America will do for you, but what together we can do for the freedom of man."
| Latest: RPCVs and Peace Corps provide aid |
Peace Corps made an appeal last week to all Thailand RPCV's to consider serving again through the Crisis Corps and more than 30 RPCVs have responded so far. RPCVs: Read what an RPCV-led NGO is doing about the crisis an how one RPCV is headed for Sri Lanka to help a nation he grew to love. Question: Is Crisis Corps going to send RPCVs to India, Indonesia and nine other countries that need help?
| The World's Broken Promise to our Children|
Former Director Carol Bellamy, now head of Unicef, says that the appalling conditions endured today by half the world's children speak to a broken promise. Too many governments are doing worse than neglecting children -- they are making deliberate, informed choices that hurt children. Read her op-ed and Unicef's report on the State of the World's Children 2005.
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