Peace pole to be raised Sunday in Masset

  • Aug. 10, 2005 4:00 p.m.

Submitted by The Haida Gwaii Society for Community Peace–The Haida Gwaii Society for Community Peace has been offered an International Peace Pole. We are very honored to be the recipient of this eight foot pole that say ‘May Peace Prevail on Earth’ in four different languages; Haida, Japanese, French and English. The Peace Pole Project has raised two hundred thousand poles around the world.
You can research this project through the web sites:
http://worldpeace
http://goipeace.org
The Society for Community Peace will be holding a pole raising on the 14th of August (this Sunday) at 2 pm., across from the Masset Library. This will be a small affair. If you are interested in attending or participating please call 626-4664.

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