Work party for mailing out our beautiful new 2013 Arkadaslar directory.
Pictured from left to right: Lynn Maichle (T-16), Tom and Kathy Waljeski
Kral (both T-4), Amca Dave Weinman, and Linda Scheffer (T-8). Not
pictured but also part of work party was Ken Hill (T-9).
Many thanks to Sandy Comstock Anderson
(T-13), Linda Scheffer (T-8), Lynn Maichle (T-16),and Rae Jean Sielen of
Populore Publishing (wife of Ken St. Louis (T-10)) who produced this
Bayram Dinner Photos
Recently obtained Obituaries:
Matt Halonen (T-12) passed
away February 19, 2013
Ann S. Long (T-8) passed away February 20, 3013
Judy Ohnesorge Allee
died June 28, 2013 in Kent, Washington
Sidney W. Maurer, MD (PC
Doctor) passed away May 15, 2013.
Explore and enjoy!
Home: announcements of reunions, meetings,
Archive: board meeting
highlights, other items of interest
Bulletin Board: messages
of enduring or regional interest
Events: details about dinners, reunions, other
History: background of
our organization & PC Turkey
benefits and form
Member News: news
of interest about our members
Memories of Turkey:
RPCVs' remembrances of life and events during PC service
photos of and by Arkadaslar members, including reunions & bayram
Projects: updates on projects we support
listserv, newsletter, directory
Books & Art: works
produced by Arkadaslar members
Links: Turkish-American associations,
embassy, Turkish sites, books on Turkey....
is a network of 1200 people who served as Peace Corps Volunteers
or staff in Turkey between 1962 and 1970 and other friends of
Turkey. Arkadaslar is committed
to maintaining the
network and fostering continued ties among our
Turkish friends, ourselves, and our international communities.
is open to all former Turkey Peace Corps Volunteers and to all
friends of Turkey.
Moved? New e-mail address?
Please let us know your new contact information.
A new 2013 directory
was mailed to all members in early
Novembr 2013. Have you paid your dues?
Tues., Jan 21, 2014
Atilla's Restaurant Columbia
Peace Corps recruiting poster from
the late 60's or early 70's designed by Gary Jameson (T-9).