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Hawaiian Plantation Life Revisited at Waipahu’s Village Museum

By Bob Ruegsegger Hawaii’s Plantation Village Museum is nestled in the low rolling hills of Waipahu, fifteen miles northwest of bustling downtown Honolulu. Slumbering peacefully in the shadow of the pale slender smokestack of the now expired Oahu Sugar Mill, the museum village transports visitors back in time—a time not too distant—a time when “sugar …

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Serving—and Learning from—the Blackfeet People

Oki—Welcome A “working vacation” in Montana By Francoise Yohalem As a Volunteer Team Leader for Global Volunteers I have, during more than 18 years, led many teams of volunteers to communities in developing countries on several continents. Together, we have cared for children at risk in Peru and Brazil, taught conversational English in South Africa, …

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