I lost track of what week it is

Since we're using the old site to host registrations for the Holiday Party, my time and attention have been focused there lately. These are the last changes we'll be making to the old site, so savor the moment.

I've been experimenting with Prezi, and I created an intro to run on the home page. I'll make a similar one showing people how to log in when we make the switch. Prezi is great for displaying step-by-step processes in a visually striking way. I've had a lot of fun with it, so expect to see more.

Work continues on the Country Group page. Shout out to John Dwyer for taking that on. I'd like to get more country group representatives involved, so if you know some one, please reach out to them. The idea is to provide an easy to use list of DC area representatives and their contact information. RPCV/W doesn't fundraise for projects abroad, but we're happy to help out those who do. 

There's still plenty of work to do. If you notice an error somewhere, email me and let me know, or better yet, ask me and I'll give you editor status so you can make the fix yourself. Official launch date is January 1. Thanks for helping to make this a success!


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