Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Rotary Nashville group returns from month-long Argentina trip

Volunteer requests went out in fall 2008

Travel blog recounts photos, stories of trip

Remember last fall when the Rotary Club of Nashville was asking for local Spanish-speaking volunteers for a month-long trip to Argentina? Lindsey Peterson, Tonya Miller and Tom Turk took the plunge, according to the Tennessean:
Turk, a Rotarian and a retired TV producer and arts administrator, sponsored and accompanied the group on this trip. Miller, a native of Michigan and graduate of Middle Tennessee State University and Belmont, is a Spanish translator working in local courts, hospitals and conferences. Peterson, born in Colorado and raised in Missouri and holding a sociology degree from Abilene University, works as an office manager for the Tennessee Respite Coalition, that provides home care services for families and caretakers of the disabled.
The Tennessean article on the group and the trip is here.

The group's travel blog is at, with the first post of the trip to Argentina starting here.

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