PRC event draws visitors


To commemorate and advance the work of the Peace Resource Center in Wilmington, a two-day 40th anniversary conference started Thursday on the Wilmington College campus. Members of the World Friendship Center Choir, comprised of people from Japan and America, sang “Life of World, Spirit of Hiroshima.” A 1:50 p.m. workshop on Friday will be of special interest for local residents to attend. Titled “Defining Justice and Peace in our Local Community,” participants will include the director of the local crisis intervention service, the pastors of the Wilmington United Methodist Church and the Cornerstone Baptist Church, the director of the local chamber of commerce, a steering committee member of the local women’s emergency shelter named Hope House, and the college’s multicultural director. The workshop will be in McCoy Room at Kelly Center on campus.


To commemorate and advance the work of the Peace Resource Center in Wilmington, a two-day 40th anniversary conference started Thursday on the Wilmington College campus. Members of the World Friendship Center Choir, comprised of people from Japan and America, sang “Life of World, Spirit of Hiroshima.” A 1:50 p.m. workshop on Friday will be of special interest for local residents to attend. Titled “Defining Justice and Peace in our Local Community,” participants will include the director of the local crisis intervention service, the pastors of the Wilmington United Methodist Church and the Cornerstone Baptist Church, the director of the local chamber of commerce, a steering committee member of the local women’s emergency shelter named Hope House, and the college’s multicultural director. The workshop will be in McCoy Room at Kelly Center on campus.

To commemorate and advance the work of the Peace Resource Center in Wilmington, a two-day 40th anniversary conference started Thursday on the Wilmington College campus. Members of the World Friendship Center Choir, comprised of people from Japan and America, sang “Life of World, Spirit of Hiroshima.” A 1:50 p.m. workshop on Friday will be of special interest for local residents to attend. Titled “Defining Justice and Peace in our Local Community,” participants will include the director of the local crisis intervention service, the pastors of the Wilmington United Methodist Church and the Cornerstone Baptist Church, the director of the local chamber of commerce, a steering committee member of the local women’s emergency shelter named Hope House, and the college’s multicultural director. The workshop will be in McCoy Room at Kelly Center on campus.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/09/web1_choir_f.jpgTo commemorate and advance the work of the Peace Resource Center in Wilmington, a two-day 40th anniversary conference started Thursday on the Wilmington College campus. Members of the World Friendship Center Choir, comprised of people from Japan and America, sang “Life of World, Spirit of Hiroshima.” A 1:50 p.m. workshop on Friday will be of special interest for local residents to attend. Titled “Defining Justice and Peace in our Local Community,” participants will include the director of the local crisis intervention service, the pastors of the Wilmington United Methodist Church and the Cornerstone Baptist Church, the director of the local chamber of commerce, a steering committee member of the local women’s emergency shelter named Hope House, and the college’s multicultural director. The workshop will be in McCoy Room at Kelly Center on campus.