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WORLD PEACE VIGIL 8/6 Bellport

South Country Peace Group’s 24th annual WORLD PEACE VIGIL

It is the 61st anniversary of the nuclear destruction of
Hiroshima,

Sunday, August 6, 2006 Meet on sidewalk next to Woodland Cemetery on Station Road in Bellport by 5:30 pm.

(Take Station Rd South from Sunrise or Montauk) We will start walking downStation Road to the grassy area next to the Bellport Bay where we will have a program of short talks, music and poetry. You may wish to wear white, the Japanese color of mourning. You may want to carry a candle during this procession.

Comments by Reverend Tom Philipp of S Haven Presbyterian Church.

Hear from Veterans For Peace members Camillo Bica and Ray Zbikowski.

Music by Catherine Synan Green & Sonny Meadows!!

Poetry from Susan Mckeon Steinman.

After the outdoor program we will go to the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship nearby ( 51 Browns Lane) for a reception & refreshments. At the UUFB Michael Bonti & the Kairos singers will perform.To all those who hunger for a more peaceful world and especially for those who desire a nuclear weapon free world—PLEASE JOIN US.

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