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Peace tour goes coast-to-coast
And, in Trout Lake
October 02, 2012
In light of the recent tragedies of hate and violence, four educators are travelling from Coast-to-Coast spreading the message of peace and cooperation through play.
Launching their journey on World Peace Day, Sept. 21, in Los Angeles, the four educators from different cultures, generations and religions come together to bring the joy of cooperation, inclusion, caring and fun to people across the US and then to Asia.
They will be at the Trout Lake Abbey, 46 Stoller Road, Trout Lake on Oct. 6 from noon to 4 p.m.
The event is free but donations to cover expenses and support the abbey will be welcome.
Sam Tower worked for 23 years as an experiential educator for the Washington State University 4-H youth development program. His wife Sarah is a retired high school chemistry teacher. In 2005 and 2006, Sam and Sarah worked as volunteers for Play for Peace in India making deep life-long connections with Swati Bhatt and her husband Agyatmitra. Agyat and Swati are co-founders of PLAY (Peace Leadership And Young people) and have almost 30 years combined experience in Play for Peace.
For more information contact Jeff Albin, email@example.com or 509-261-0275