Veterans For Peace

Events 2015

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  Saturday December 19th, 8:00 pm
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
4225 NW 34th street

  View these photos on flickr form our 2015 Wainter solstice Concert
Solstice 2015

We hope you enjoyed the 2015 Solstice Concert as much as we did!  Here are a few photos that will bring back some great memories if you attended.  See you next year!

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International Day of  PEACE

we celebrated Peace Day on the Saturday preceding the actual event since it would be Monday at noon.  There was a Peace March led by VFP from the YMCA on 34th Street to the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship 0.7 of a mile South.  The march was followed by a flag ceremony at noon in the Memorial Garden in the woods at the UU Fellowship.  The Day was rounded off with a vegetarian pot luck in the Fellowship Hall with participants in the Pachamamma Symposium on sustainablility that was held in the afternoon.

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Memorial Mile 2015,  May 22-23-24

8th Avenue and 34th Street – Parking at Westside Park



Thanks to all our 2015 Volunteers!
It was a great weekend!

See 2015 Memorial Mile Photos herepp comes to memorial mile
Alligator article
Iguana Article
Facebook page

Our first place Peace Poetry
Winner visited Memorial Mile
Here he is posing with Scott
Who is holding the book of
Peace Poems published from
the contest results.

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Peace Poetry Award Ceremony

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Saturday May 9th
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
of Gainesville,
Poetry Reading, Music, Reception

Peace Scholarship RECIPIENTS  RECEIVEd THEIR CHECKS

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Offered by Vets for Peace,
Spring of 2015 Due By April 20, 2015
2015 Veterans for Peace Scholarship Announcement

2015 Peace Scholarship Application

peace poetry announcement 2015

peace Poetry flier 2015                           2014 peace poetry book

 

 martin Luther King Day March

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Vets for Peace marched with the Alachua County Labor Coalition so there are a combination of both groups of marchers here. Click the link below to go to the web album to download pictures.

Web album

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