100+ YEARS AND COUNTING...PEACE IS POSSIBLE...WE MUST KEEP TRYING TO MAKE IT HAPPEN...A SMALL SYMBOL AS WE MOVE INTO THE SECOND CENTURY OF WORK FOR PEACE!

The local Veterans For Peace chapter observed the 2019 International Day of Peace by offering to the city a sapling propagated from the century-old Linden tree dedicated to peace and planted in Northern Vanderburgh County in 1918.

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Members of Evansville Veterans For Peace gather at the Four Freedoms Monument on International Peace Day, September 21, 2019, to share a statement on “Climate Action For Peace” and to present the City of Evansville a viable linden start from the International World War Peace Tree. From left: Dan Linthicum, Alan Williamson, Larry Miller, Dave Helfrich, Gary May, Thom Moor, Lynn Kinkade and John O’Leary. Photo: Liz Becker and Tas.

Members of Evansville Veterans For Peace gather at the Four Freedoms Monument on International Peace Day, September 21, 2019, to share a statement on “Climate Action For Peace” and to present the City of Evansville a viable linden start from the International World War Peace Tree. From left: Dan Linthicum, Alan Williamson, Larry Miller, Dave Helfrich, Gary May, Thom Moor, Lynn Kinkade and John O’Leary. Photo: Liz Becker and Tas.

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