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  • Kristin Parrish-Eaton
    Michael, I would definitely be interested in taking a role on the board. Sorry for the late response, but are you still looking to meet for coffee in Columbia
    Message 1 of 11 , Nov 4, 2008
      Michael,

      I would definitely be interested in taking a role on the board. Sorry
      for the late response, but are you still looking to meet for coffee in
      Columbia sometime? You can get in touch with me by cell: 443-745-7111
      or at jeaton@....

      Thanks and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

      Josh Eaton
      Vanuatu '98-'00

      --- In mdrpcv@yahoogroups.com, Michael Louie <natlpkrgr@...> wrote:
      >
      > Hey Joby.� Thanks so much for staying on the board.� I would like to
      meet with you before the November board meeting.� Maybe I can get Adam
      to join me?
      >
      > To be real honest, I hope the rest of the board quits!� I only would
      like to keep you and Nancy.� They rest of the people have not been
      team players and it only hurts the group (i.e. when I came on board to
      help with the webpage)
      >
      > Thanks again for having faith in this group.� Let me talk to Adam
      and sees if he would be interested in meeting.� Also, please let me
      know if you would be interested.� It would be nice to come up with a
      plan before the November board meeting.� I also feel an obigation to
      keep the group going!
      >
      > Best!
      > Michael
      >
      >
      > --- On Mon, 10/27/08, Joby Taylor <jtaylo14@...> wrote:
      > From: Joby Taylor <jtaylo14@...>
      > Subject: Re: [mdrpcv] Re:Seeking an interest in people running on
      the board with me?
      > To: mdrpcv@yahoogroups.com
      > Date: Monday, October 27, 2008, 11:54 AM
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > I would be happy to remain aboard as the Shriver Center liason to
      the Maryland Group...and welcome these messages of involvement!
      >
      > Joby Taylor, Ph.D.Director, Shriver Peaceworker Program
      > The Shriver Center, UMBC1000 Hilltop CircleBaltimore MD
      21250410-455-6398cell: 410-917-3270fax:
      410-455-1074joby.taylor@.../peaceworker�
      >
      >
      >
      > On Oct 27, 2008, at 11:45 AM, JoAnna Allen wrote:
      >
      > Adam and Michael, �Yay to Both of You!����Go For It! �����from a
      retired emeritus.� �To Everyone,� if you can feel the rush of oxygen
      in Michael�s and Adam�s postings, step right up and breathe in their
      enthusiasm.I see a new era ahead! �Backing� you,JoAnna Allen
      �From:�mdrpcv@yahoogroups. com [mailto:mdrpcv@ yahoogroups. com]�On
      Behalf Of�Adam Palmer
      > Sent:�Monday, October 27, 2008 10:09 AM
      > To:�mdrpcv@yahoogroups. com
      > Subject:�[mdrpcv] Re:Seeking an interest in people running on the
      board with me? �Michael and� Maryland�RPCVs,
      >
      > I would be willing to throw my name in the hat and take on a board
      position with the Maryland RPCV group. I'm open to any position,
      whether it be Secretary, Treasurer, VP, President, or simply as a
      committee member. I've been in� Maryland�for three years and I've only
      attended a handful of group activities, but I definitely want to see
      this group grow and contribute. I was involved with the Atlanta Peace
      Corps group after I returned to the states and then the New
      Orleans/Louisiana group while I was in graduate school, so I've seen
      some of their frustrations with group involvement as well as some
      successful projects and activities. I think we have a challenge ahead
      of us. I think if we can get a few dedicated people together to lead
      the group then we can focus on: planning and communicating activities
      with RPCVs throughout Maryland , reaching out to the Peace Corps
      programs at Hopkins and UMBC, and contributing to volunteer/service
      opportunities here in
      > Maryland�and possibly contributing to Peace Corps projects
      overseas. I think our group has a lot of potential, it is just a
      matter of motivating and keeping people involved. I'm sure we have a
      number of RPCVs that have recently returned to Maryland or moved here
      from other states, but either don't know about the Maryland group,
      don't feel like they've been invited or included in activities, or
      they just need a little encouragement to get involved. Like everyone
      else, I'm busy with my family, work, and other activities, but I feel
      a sense of obligation to be involved with this group. So, lets see
      what we can accomplish!
      >
      > Adam Palmer
      > Tonga 99-01
      >
    • Eileen Magan
      Hi everyone -- I m super new to the list serve, I only returned from PC like 2 months ago -- but I m definitely interested in getting more involved.  Someone
      Message 2 of 11 , Nov 6, 2008
        Hi everyone --

        I'm super new to the list serve, I only returned from PC like 2 months ago -- but I'm definitely interested in getting more involved.  Someone who knows the deal with the whole board thing, or just overall involvement, definitely get in touch with me and let me know what that entails.

        Thanks!

        Eileen
        Romania 2006-2008

        --- On Tue, 11/4/08, Kristin Parrish-Eaton <krisandjosh@...> wrote:
        From: Kristin Parrish-Eaton <krisandjosh@...>
        Subject: [mdrpcv] Re:Seeking an interest in people running on the board with me?
        To: mdrpcv@yahoogroups.com
        Date: Tuesday, November 4, 2008, 10:55 PM

        Michael,

        I would definitely be interested in taking a role on the board. Sorry
        for the late response, but are you still looking to meet for coffee in
        Columbia sometime? You can get in touch with me by cell: 443-745-7111
        or at jeaton@columbiabios ciences.com.

        Thanks and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

        Josh Eaton
        Vanuatu '98-'00

        --- In mdrpcv@yahoogroups. com, Michael Louie <natlpkrgr@. ..> wrote:
        >
        > Hey Joby.� Thanks so much for staying on the board.� I would like to
        meet with you before the November board meeting.� Maybe I can get Adam
        to join me?
        >
        > To be real honest, I hope the rest of the board quits!� I only would
        like to keep you and Nancy.� They rest of the people have not been
        team players and it only hurts the group (i.e. when I came on board to
        help with the webpage)
        >
        > Thanks again for having faith in this group.� Let me talk to Adam
        and sees if he would be interested in meeting.� Also, please let me
        know if you would be interested.� It would be nice to come up with a
        plan before the November board meeting.� I also feel an obigation to
        keep the group going!
        >
        > Best!
        > Michael
        >
        >
        > --- On Mon, 10/27/08, Joby Taylor <jtaylo14@.. .> wrote:
        > From: Joby Taylor <jtaylo14@.. .>
        > Subject: Re: [mdrpcv] Re:Seeking an interest in people running on
        the board with me?
        > To: mdrpcv@yahoogroups. com
        > Date: Monday, October 27, 2008, 11:54 AM
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        > I would be happy to remain aboard as the Shriver Center liason to
        the Maryland Group...and welcome these messages of involvement!
        >
        > Joby Taylor, Ph.D.Director, Shriver Peaceworker Program
        > The Shriver Center, UMBC1000 Hilltop CircleBaltimore MD
        21250410-455- 6398cell: 410-917-3270fax:
        410-455-1074joby. taylor@.. ./peaceworker�
        >
        >
        >
        > On Oct 27, 2008, at 11:45 AM, JoAnna Allen wrote:
        >
        > Adam and Michael, �Yay to Both of You!����Go For It! �����from a
        retired emeritus.� �To Everyone,� if you can feel the rush of oxygen
        in Michael�s and Adam�s postings, step right up and breathe in their
        enthusiasm.I see a new era ahead! �Backing� you,JoAnna Allen
        �From:�mdrpcv@yahoogroups. com [mailto:mdrpcv@ yahoogroups. com]�On
        Behalf Of�Adam Palmer
        > Sent:�Monday, October 27, 2008 10:09 AM
        > To:�mdrpcv@yahoogroups. com
        > Subject:�[mdrpcv] Re:Seeking an interest in people running on the
        board with me? �Michael and� Maryland�RPCVs,
        >
        > I would be willing to throw my name in the hat and take on a board
        position with the Maryland RPCV group. I'm open to any position,
        whether it be Secretary, Treasurer, VP, President, or simply as a
        committee member. I've been in� Maryland�for three years and I've only
        attended a handful of group activities, but I definitely want to see
        this group grow and contribute. I was involved with the Atlanta Peace
        Corps group after I returned to the states and then the New
        Orleans/Louisiana group while I was in graduate school, so I've seen
        some of their frustrations with group involvement as well as some
        successful projects and activities. I think we have a challenge ahead
        of us. I think if we can get a few dedicated people together to lead
        the group then we can focus on: planning and communicating activities
        with RPCVs throughout Maryland , reaching out to the Peace Corps
        programs at Hopkins and UMBC, and contributing to volunteer/service
        opportunities here in
        > Maryland�and possibly contributing to Peace Corps projects
        overseas. I think our group has a lot of potential, it is just a
        matter of motivating and keeping people involved. I'm sure we have a
        number of RPCVs that have recently returned to Maryland or moved here
        from other states, but either don't know about the Maryland group,
        don't feel like they've been invited or included in activities, or
        they just need a little encouragement to get involved. Like everyone
        else, I'm busy with my family, work, and other activities, but I feel
        a sense of obligation to be involved with this group. So, lets see
        what we can accomplish!
        >
        > Adam Palmer
        > Tonga 99-01
        >


      • Michael
        Hello Maryland RPCV membership! Happy Friday. A group of us are meeting at the Lakeside Coffee & Cafe Inc (10227 Wincopin Circle #16, Columbia, MD 21044) in
        Message 3 of 11 , Nov 14, 2008
          Hello Maryland RPCV membership! Happy Friday. A group of us are
          meeting at the Lakeside Coffee & Cafe Inc (10227 Wincopin Circle #16,
          Columbia, MD 21044) in Columbia on Tuesday, Nov. 18th at 7:30PM (Next
          week Tuesday).

          If any of you are seriously interested in supporting the direction of
          this group, please come out and join us. Doesn't a cup of coffee and
          crumb cake sound good!

          Cheers,
          Michael



          --- In mdrpcv@yahoogroups.com, "Kristin Parrish-Eaton"
          <krisandjosh@...> wrote:
          >
          > Michael,
          >
          > I would definitely be interested in taking a role on the board. Sorry
          > for the late response, but are you still looking to meet for coffee in
          > Columbia sometime? You can get in touch with me by cell: 443-745-7111
          > or at jeaton@...
          >
          > Thanks and I look forward to hearing from you soon.
          >
          > Josh Eaton
          > Vanuatu '98-'00
          >
          > --- In mdrpcv@yahoogroups.com, Michael Louie <natlpkrgr@> wrote:
          > >
          > > Hey Joby.� Thanks so much for staying on the board.� I would
          like to
          > meet with you before the November board meeting.� Maybe I can get Adam
          > to join me?
          > >
          > > To be real honest, I hope the rest of the board quits!� I only would
          > like to keep you and Nancy.� They rest of the people have not been
          > team players and it only hurts the group (i.e. when I came on board to
          > help with the webpage)
          > >
          > > Thanks again for having faith in this group.� Let me talk to Adam
          > and sees if he would be interested in meeting.� Also, please let me
          > know if you would be interested.� It would be nice to come up with a
          > plan before the November board meeting.� I also feel an obigation to
          > keep the group going!
          > >
          > > Best!
          > > Michael
          > >
          > >
          > > --- On Mon, 10/27/08, Joby Taylor <jtaylo14@> wrote:
          > > From: Joby Taylor <jtaylo14@>
          > > Subject: Re: [mdrpcv] Re:Seeking an interest in people running on
          > the board with me?
          > > To: mdrpcv@yahoogroups.com
          > > Date: Monday, October 27, 2008, 11:54 AM
          > >
          > >
          > >
          > >
          > >
          > >
          > >
          > > I would be happy to remain aboard as the Shriver Center liason to
          > the Maryland Group...and welcome these messages of involvement!
          > >
          > > Joby Taylor, Ph.D.Director, Shriver Peaceworker Program
          > > The Shriver Center, UMBC1000 Hilltop CircleBaltimore MD
          > 21250410-455-6398cell: 410-917-3270fax:
          > 410-455-1074joby.taylor@/peaceworker�
          > >
          > >
          > >
          > > On Oct 27, 2008, at 11:45 AM, JoAnna Allen wrote:
          > >
          > > Adam and Michael, �Yay to Both of You!����Go For It!
          �����from a
          > retired emeritus.� �To Everyone,� if you can feel the rush of
          oxygen
          > in Michael�s and Adam�s postings, step right up and breathe in their
          > enthusiasm.I see a new era ahead! �Backing� you,JoAnna Allen
          > �From:�mdrpcv@yahoogroups. com [mailto:mdrpcv@ yahoogroups.
          com]�On
          > Behalf Of�Adam Palmer
          > > Sent:�Monday, October 27, 2008 10:09 AM
          > > To:�mdrpcv@yahoogroups. com
          > > Subject:�[mdrpcv] Re:Seeking an interest in people running on the
          > board with me? �Michael and� Maryland�RPCVs,
          > >
          > > I would be willing to throw my name in the hat and take on a board
          > position with the Maryland RPCV group. I'm open to any position,
          > whether it be Secretary, Treasurer, VP, President, or simply as a
          > committee member. I've been in� Maryland�for three years and
          I've only
          > attended a handful of group activities, but I definitely want to see
          > this group grow and contribute. I was involved with the Atlanta Peace
          > Corps group after I returned to the states and then the New
          > Orleans/Louisiana group while I was in graduate school, so I've seen
          > some of their frustrations with group involvement as well as some
          > successful projects and activities. I think we have a challenge ahead
          > of us. I think if we can get a few dedicated people together to lead
          > the group then we can focus on: planning and communicating activities
          > with RPCVs throughout Maryland , reaching out to the Peace Corps
          > programs at Hopkins and UMBC, and contributing to volunteer/service
          > opportunities here in
          > > Maryland�and possibly contributing to Peace Corps projects
          > overseas. I think our group has a lot of potential, it is just a
          > matter of motivating and keeping people involved. I'm sure we have a
          > number of RPCVs that have recently returned to Maryland or moved here
          > from other states, but either don't know about the Maryland group,
          > don't feel like they've been invited or included in activities, or
          > they just need a little encouragement to get involved. Like everyone
          > else, I'm busy with my family, work, and other activities, but I feel
          > a sense of obligation to be involved with this group. So, lets see
          > what we can accomplish!
          > >
          > > Adam Palmer
          > > Tonga 99-01
          > >
          >
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