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Peace Group sponsors 29th World Peace Vigil 8/6/11

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Hiroshima Day, Saturday, August 6, 2011, will mark 66 Years since the atomic devastation of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. This year, as in the past 29 years, participants wearing traditional white for mourning will meet at 10:15AM on the sidewalk adjacent to the Woodland Cemetery located on Station Road, Bellport Village, south of Head of Neck Rd. They will mark the day with a silent, commemorative walk to Main St. where they will join the Women in Black. The walk will end at the Gazebo on Bellport Lane. A memorial program will be held there, including a homily by Rev. Tom Phillip, a talk by Paul Ames and music and singing led by guitarist Rick Sackett.

All who yearn for World Peace and an end to the threat of Nuclear annihilation are invited to joint the vigil. For more information call 631-714-4384.

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  1. We at the I Declare World Peace project are very happy to hear of this pro-peace event. All steps to expand peace consciousness are valuable steps and will elad to what we all hope will be a new paradigm, one in which peace is glorified and war mocked, where peace is profitable and war a sure path to bankruptcy. Our project is described on our site at http://www.ideclarewroldpeace.org. We will post a notice of this on our facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/declarepeace

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