Posted by Mary-Anne Mackett on Sep 21, 2019
Peace Day Ceremony, September 21, 2019
(Tai Chi Garden, Prince Arthur's Landing)

Under a somber sky, yet a glorious fall day, a beautiful Rotary Peace Day Ceremony underscored the necessity for strong advocacy for peace in a troubled world.
There were many contributors, pictured below.
Thanks to Rotarians from all Clubs in Thunder Bay and to all guests for coming out. 
Let's Give Peace a Chance!
Thunder Brass welcomed the crowd.
Chair Fort William President Stephen Margarit explains the history of the Rotary Peace Pole.
Mayor Bill Mauro speaks on world conflict and peace initiatives.
Clifford Mushgquash, Lakehead Rotary Club President.
Nancy Proulx, President, Francophone Association of Northwestern Ontario.
Rachel Sebesta singing "Imagine" with Kevin Holloway on guitar.
Archdeacon Deborah Kraft reflects on Peace.
Kevin Holloway, Rachael Sebesta and Rotarians singing John Lennon sing "Give Peace a Chance". 
Laying flowers by the Peace Pole.
Take down by the Rotaractors.
Apologies:  missing a photo of  Irene Sottile, Chair Rotary Peace Day Ceremony delivering a message from District Governor Rick Bricker.