Robert Hardy on wed 26 feb 97
Monique Mailloux and Stelios Gkikas, owners and operators of the
internationally acclaimed ceramic studio on the beautiful island of Paros
in the Cyclades, would like to spend a two year sabbatical at a United
States University ceramic studio, teaching the classic and modern styles of
Greek pottery. They have two young teenagers who are also quite creative
and sporty. They would like their children to participate in the American
educational experience too! Any contacts, suggestions, or ideas, please
contact me, their friend in Vermont
Bob Hardy, email@example.com
Tel. 802/475 2440 FAX 802/475 2000
Box 4182, RD 3, Vergennes, VT. 05491.
Robert Willets Hardy, President
Karin S. Hardy, Chairman
Americas International Consultants, Inc.
RD 3/Box 4182, Kellogg Rd., Vergennes, VT 05491
Tel. 802/475 2440 Fax 802/475 2000
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