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Technology keeps family connections strong through long-term separations

Technology keeps family connections strong through long-term separations

10:31 AM, Dec. 4, 2012
A family photo from 2011 shows the Borree family, including Kathy, Amy, Ashley, Paul and Tanner.
A family photo from 2011 shows the Borree family, including Kathy, Amy, Ashley, Paul and Tanner.
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Miles and miles away in Guyana, South America, 27-year-old Ashley Borree of Menasha will have been stationed for 27 months as a Peace Corps volunteer when she completes her mission there in April.

Although Ashley's role in South America has been as a community educator focusing on literacy, AIDS and hygiene awareness with an overwhelming task to rebuild a community-sustained library, she is more than just that.

She is a daughter, a sister, a girlfriend, a loved one who aches for home and has faced the challenge of staying close with family and friends and in tune with significant life events ...

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