Ashland International Day of Peace

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Ashland International Day of Peace

Time: September 21, 2012 from 11:45am to 1pm
Location: OSF Green Show State
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Phone: 5417784897
Event Type: peace, gathering, in, ashland
Organized By: Eric Sirotkin, David Wick, Herb Rothchild
Latest Activity: Sep 14, 2012

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Join us on the OSF Green Show Stage on the International Day of Peace to help usher in a Culture of Peace. Ashland is being seen live with other cities around the world. 

The International Day of Peace, marked every year on September 21, is a global observance when individuals, organizations, communities, nations and govern-ments highlight efforts to end conflict and promote peace. Established by UN reso-lution in 1981, The International Day of Peace (Peace Day) has grown to include hundreds of millions of people around the world participating in many types of events - and seen on

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