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Former Manistee resident Jacque Peterson (far left) is shown with students from
her English classes in the Ukraine where she is serving two years in the Peace
Corps. Peterson has been raising money for new English textbooks for the stu-
dents and they are show with some of the new books.
Manistee resident assists students from
Ukraine in acquiring English books
HALFWAY
AROUND THE WORLD
By KEN GRABOWSKI
AssociAte editor
The difference between
succeeding and failing in
life is not giving up until the
goal is met.
Jacque Peterson is one
of those people who will go
the extra yard to succeed at
whatever she attempts to
do. Peterson was featured
in a Dec. 6 edition of the
Manistee News Advocate
about how she is serving
in the Peace Corps in the
northern Ukraine village
of Yampil. She is teaching
high school English classes
at that location as part of
her two years in the Peace
Corps.
Peterson who is the
daughter of Dr. Stephen
and Cynthia Peterson and
Nancy Warner told in that
story how her Peace Corps
project was to raise funds
to purchase new English
books for the students at
her school. The ones they
are presently using are
outdated, and aren’t really
conducive to learning the
language.
The Manistee native has
a goal of $4,959.18 with
part of the money coming
locally from the Ukraine
and $3,679.76 they are hop-
ing to get from the United
States. They have raised
$1,170 from the United
States and combined with
the funds from the Ukraine,
they were able to purchase
the first set of books.
“We still need $2,509.76
to come from the United
States,” said Peterson via an
e-mail interview from the
Ukraine. “Donations will
be accepted for the project
until it has become fully
funded, so we most defi-
nitely would appreciate it if
people would still consider
donating. All donations are
100 percent tax deduct-
ible and go directly to our
project.”
Peterson said that she
can’t believe the difference
it is making in the class-
room from the books they
have already purchased at
this time.
“All of the money raised
will go directly towards
purchasing 207 “New
Opportunities” English
textbooks, by Pearson/
Longman Publishing in
England,” said Peterson.
“Additionally being pur-
chased will be 207 of the
accompanying student
workbooks, three audio
disc sets, 15 transla-
tion dictionaries, and six
teacher’s books. The New
Opportunities compila-
tion is considered to be
among the best for teach-
ing English as a foreign
language and is widely used
throughout all of Western
Europe.”
However, Peterson said
there are other things that
make a difference in the
learning process.
“The difference between
the Ukranian written
English textbooks issued
by the government to
the school and the New
Opportunity textbooks we
have begun to switch to is
astounding,” said Peterson.
“It’s not the glossy pages
or up-to-date pictures that
make the books fantastic,
it’s the content. The layout
of the material is so much
simpler for the students,
beginning with a clear
presentation of the new
Jacque Peterson is shown awaiting to ride on a train
at the station. Her primary type of transportation in
the Ukraine is by train, bus or on foot.
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vocabulary which then leads into practice
exercises in which they are using, listening,
reading, understanding, and assimilating
that new vocabulary.”
“More importantly it’s useful vocabulary
that they would need in traveling or work-
ing with the English language. I cannot tell
you how often and how much time I’ve had
to spend going through their current books
and “weeding” out the words/phrases I,
as a native English speaker, have never
even heard of, from the vocabulary that is
given.”
What they are working on now is focus-
ing in more on the younger children to
make sure they have books available to
them to utilize for their studies. It is some-
thing she said that is sorely lacking at this
time.
“With the money we raised through the
Christmas Fundraising, we purchased as
many as we could afford pre-intermediate
books for the tenth graders,” said Peterson.
“I went ahead and purchased one beginner
book too, because even though we currently
can’t yet afford to get the new books for
the younger (sixth and seventh grades), the
different exercises and dialogues that are in
the book serve as a great resource for the
teachers.”
Peterson said if people would like to
donate they can do so many different ways.
People can donate online safely and
easily, simply by going to www.peacecorps.
gov/contribute, typing in “Peterson” into
the search box, and then clicking on the
“Ukraine-Providing Textbooks” link that is
provided.
If they would like to send a check they
should Make check payable to: Peace Corps
Partnership Program and place in the
memo section of the check: PCPP Grant #
343-255 Peterson. Along with the check,
donors need to print and mail in the dona-
tion form that can be found in pdf form by
again going to www.peacecorps.gov/con-
tribute. The address will be at that location.
Anyone wanting to donate by phone
with a credit or debit card should call Peace
Corps Headquarters in Washington (800)
424-8580 ext. 2170 and have credit card
information ready and the Peace Corps
Partnership Grant Project Number: #343-
255.
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Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breast ........
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$
3.29 lb.
Boneless Beef Ribs ..................................
$
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New York Strips ...................................
$
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Pork Butt Roast ....................................
$
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$
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Ranch Style Thick Bacon .......................
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99
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$
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