Peaceable third Saturdays


A long-standing practice of holding a monthly noon peace vigil on the third Saturday of the month continues at the corner of College Street and Fife Avenue in Wilmington. Among the participants on Saturday, Aug. 19 were retired Wilmington College professors, the spouse of a Vietnam War veteran, and a retired Episcopal Church pastor.

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A long-standing practice of holding a monthly noon peace vigil on the third Saturday of the month continues at the corner of College Street and Fife Avenue in Wilmington. Among the participants on Saturday, Aug. 19 were retired Wilmington College professors, the spouse of a Vietnam War veteran, and a retired Episcopal Church pastor.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/08/web1_vigil_p_f.jpgA long-standing practice of holding a monthly noon peace vigil on the third Saturday of the month continues at the corner of College Street and Fife Avenue in Wilmington. Among the participants on Saturday, Aug. 19 were retired Wilmington College professors, the spouse of a Vietnam War veteran, and a retired Episcopal Church pastor.
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