Exploring Service: A Returned Peace Corps Volunteer’s Perspective on China with Greg Slovak July 20 and 21

Shalom Center for Continuing Education

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Exploring Service:  A Returned Peace Corps Volunteer’s Perspective on China - 
Greg Slovak

Friday, July 20th

5:30 pm: Potluck Dinner
6:30 - 8:00 pm: Greg Slovak discusses his two year experience as a
Peace Corps volunteer in China.

Note: If you plan to attend the potluck supper before the presentation, don’t forget to bring your own table setting: plates, cups and cutlery! Those who don’t choose to attend the supper are more than welcome to come just for the program that begins at 6:30

Saturday, July 21st

8:30 am: Complimentary Continental Breakfast
9:00 - 10:30 am: Panel discussion on the Peace Corps experience
with Greg Slovak, Vivian Adzaku, and Leith Reagan

Adheads Hall (lower level of Fletcher House, Uplands Village campus)
86A Church Drive, Pleasant Hill (just off Main Street across from Pleasant Hill Elementary)

Greg Slovak has just returned to the US from 2 years of service in the United States Peace Corps in China. He served as Professor of English and Communications at Chongqing Industry Polytechnic College

Vivian Adzaku served in the  Peace Corps in Ghana from 1968 to 1971.

Leith Reagan taught English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) in El Kelaa d Sraghna and Marrakech (Morocco 1976-1978)

Shalom Center for Continuing Education
There is no charge to attend, although a freewill donation is suggested.