Last day at the Fair

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This many people signed a link to Senators Portman and Sherrod Brown to step up to the plate and support both the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons and to support common sense climate change laws NOW.
The second picture–Trinity Lascelett from our Advisory Board–standing in front of our Nonviolent Tiffin explanation chart. Trinity is truly a wonderful fair (in so many of its dimensions) explainer to me. She was one of Project Peace’s great volunteers.
The third picture caught 4 little cheerleaders who offered to perform some of their prize-winning cheers in front of our booth for the whole side of the building to enjoy.The 4th. picture features a young proud father with his small child.  So touching.
What a good day. We ended up with 1141 visitors to our Pax Christi and Project Peace booth with 9 new people wanting Pax Christi to put them on our list. YEAH for all the activities to draw people into our company!

Last day of the fair!!!

fair fridayYes!  It’s Saturday and I’m just about ready to set off for the Fair for the last day.  Tomorrow it’s cleanup day, and actually, though it’s been a week of joy and satisfaction for the most part, I’m kind of tired —especially my jaw bones.

All the little pictures of children at the top are kids in the world which the children of Seneca County want to be safe and to respect.  It’s grown from Day 1 for sure.

We’ve also been trying to get everyone to ban plastics as much as possible in their household and especially straws which for the most part are unnecessary.  The hope is that slowly but surely the seeds we are planting will grow and each person will be part of the solution to our environmental problem.  Hope with us, ok?

blessings on each.  sr. Paulette