Tags » Swearing In

Finally photos.

So here are a handful of photos from the past few months. At the moment, I’ve taken 1227 photos so I obviously can’t post them all. 490 more words

Peace Corps

Still Alive

I haven’t been very good about updating this thing but I’ll blame it on the lack of internet access for now. However, now I’m back in my ger at my permanent site with wifi and have lots to share. 860 more words

Peace Corps

Now we're volunteers...

On Saturday, August 22, Kosovo got 36 new Peace Corps Volunteers as the second class of Peace Corps volunteers swore in.

After several months, so many macchiatos, and much laughter and learning, we officially completed Peace Corps training. 701 more words

I’m Official!

As the title not-so-cleverly hints, I am an official Peace Corps Volunteer! The M30 English Education and Health Education trainees swore in on Wednesday August 12th, making us official volunteers. 1,157 more words

Governor Baker Swears In Two MWRA Board Members

(NOTE: Wilmington purchases water from the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority  to supplement its own water supply, especially during summer months.)

BOSTON, MA — On Monday, August 3, 2015, MWRA Board members Andrew Pappastergion and Jennifer Wolowicz were sworn in to new terms by Governor Charlie Baker. 300 more words

Government

Guess Who Enlisted Today?!?!

That is right…it was me! My aunt came down and swore me in today. It wasn’t a long ceremony, but I was so glad she was able to swear me in. 47 more words

Navy

David Ryu Becomes 1st Korean-American To Be Sworn In As LA City Councilmember

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com)  —  The Los Angeles City Council made history Sunday with the swearing-in of David Ryu, the council’s first ever Korean-American member.

Ryu (who pronounces his name Roo) was joined by his parents as he was sworn-in on the steps of LA City Hall. 174 more words

News