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SAIGON KID SUELLEN OLIVER CAMPBELL PUBLISHES BOOK – MARIAH’S GIFT

Submitted by Suellen (Oliver) Campbell (ACS)

A short note to announce the publishing of my children’s book, “Mariah’s Gift.”

After 30 years as a pre-school teacher, I retired 2 years ago and began writing the book I had had in mind for 10 years.

“Mariah’s Gift” is about a young coyote who investigates […]

A DAY IN SAIGON – YOUR ADVISE PLEASE

Submitted by Suellen (Oliver) Campbell (ACS)

Charles and I are planning a cruise to Asia next year (2018) that includes a one-day stop in Saigon along the way.

The ship will provide transportation to the city from the port with a short tour of the city included.

We have no interest in seeing the […]

Before Saigon: Suellen Oliver

by Admin and Richard Turner, Contributing Editor © SaigonKidsAmericanCommunitySchool.Com

Suellen Oliver (1958-60)

Dad was expecting “moving orders” and when they finally arrived I think we were all in shock. One quiet evening, Dad and Mom announced that we were moving ….to the former Indochina…to Viet Nam…to Saigon!

I greeted the news with surprise, […]

Saigon Kids Stories: Patiently Waiting To Hear The Heavenly Choir

by Suellen (Oliver) Campbell (ACS) One of my more interesting memories of Saigon days is of a group trip to the beach at Long Hai. The high school organized the bus trip and we teenagers were picked up at our homes along the way, and transported by the “big yellow cruiser” down south to the […]

Saigon Kids Stories: Past and Present — Spell Checkers, Rock’n Roll, Grammar Checkers, Foreign Languages, SHUT-IT, Peanut Butter and Jelly, Skunks, Possums and Coons, Raining Geckos …

Submitted by: Ken Yeager – (ACS and Dalat School) Frank Stoddard – (ACS) Suellen (Oliver) Campbell – (ACS) Admin – (ACS)

Ken Yeager: What happened to the spell checker?

Admin: The English spelling teacher took it, saying it was *cheating*! – lol – 🙂

Frank Stoddard: Spell Checker, I should have been hired.. Only people […]