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Saturday, March 21, 2015

Career Builders at Ridge View High

Career Builders gave our first presentation with Power Point to an assembly of Ridge View Hi seniors in Magalia last Thursday. We filled up a 3' x 8' table with brochures and hand outs that the students checked out after the Q&A after the presentation. We were warmly received.
(Thursday 3/12/15) Even applause afterward! 

 

Free Trees!

The Peace Panel Project-Chico was at the Farmer's Market today sporting our latest flyer. FREE TREES! Call or e-mail us for details: 530-343-3152 cswithuhn@yahoo.com

Monday, March 16, 2015

Farmer's Market

We were at the Farmer's Market again for the first time this season 3/7/15.  Showing off our stuff and engaging the public.



Friday, January 30, 2015

Career Builders gets some press

Check out the latest CN&R. The next Career Builders meeting is on a special day in Feb., Wednesday, Feb., 11, 3:30 pm at CPJC. We could use a couple of more volunteers. If you like the idea of talking to high school seniors about alternatives to the military. Join in the fun.

Friday, January 23, 2015

The Latest Peace Panel

Why is this a Peace Panel?  If more people understood that our county is committing war crimes maybe fewer young people would join the military.  Then maybe one day no one would join the military and then maybe war would stop, and we would have peace.

Saturday, November 22, 2014

November 15 at the Farmer's Market

We had a fun exhibit at the Farmer's Market last Saturday.  We delivered 10 Better World Shopping Guides to a grateful customer who suggested that he intended to give them all away!  That is so great!  It's funny how many customers buy Better World Shopping Guides a handful at a time.  The weather was great; we got to hand out some brochures; met some neat people.  I got some great help from Justin, a veteran,


and the Peace Panel Project's newest volunteer.  He took the photos and helped set up and fold up.  Thank you Justin!

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Peace Panel Project's 2014 Nevada Tour

Great weather greeted me as I set up the Peace Panel Project exhibit, for the fourth year, out in front of Joe Crowley Student Union of the University of Nevada Reno.  In response to the feed-back last year from the student newspaper reporter I only set up five easels, instead of all twelve.  Students get overwhelmed with too much to look at.  Everybody is exposed to so much information these days, less is better.  I got some good feed-back.  One viewer bought me lunch!

Later I got to meet with Pat Coia of the Sierra Interfaith Action for Peace.  We talked about coordinating an event next year.

I met with Katie and Kyle of "Be the Change".  They are an inspiration, living without gas, electricity or a car. Way to go!  I got some great ideas to refine the exhibit.

Met with the Program Officer of Truckee Meadows Community College and started the ball



rolling to exhibit there next year.  It was a good trip.