Stop the Hate/Show the Love Walk
Thursday, September 16, 2021
The Clinton Peace Coalition is set to hold its annual Stop the Hate/Show the Love celebration at the Clinton High School Vernon Cook Theatre on Thursday, Sept. 16, with the Gathering starting at 4:30 p.m. and the Program at 5:15 p.m. For 23 years, the event has stood as a meaningful way for the community to gather, make a statement of hope and witness to peace.
The opening ceremony begins at 5:15 p.m. with Clinton Community School District Superintendent Gary Delacy welcoming the group. Sarah Brubaker will emcee the ceremony which will continue with a performance by the Clinton High School A’Cappella Choir. The focus for this year’s event is nature and climate. Clinton County Conservation Director Phil Visser will be giving the message of peace.
Following the opening ceremony, participants will join for the peace walk around the Coan Track Field. The walk will adjourn at the Clinton High School Peace Pole with a singing of “Let There Be Peace”. Attendees are encouraged to bring posters that promote hope and peace to the walk.
The celebration will conclude with the release of monarch butterflies, facilitated by Marion Johnson provided by the Monarch Mavens. Participants will also be gifted with “Stop the Hate, Walk With Me” wristbands and other commemorative items.
Masks and social distancing are encouraged. Freewill offerings will also be accepted to help defray costs.
The mission of the Clinton Peace Coalition is to promote a holistic approach to a peaceful lifestyle through the education, collaboration and cooperation of individuals, families and the organizations and agencies of our community. The Clinton Peace Coalition is comprised of representatives from Clinton Community College, YWCA Clinton, Sisters of St. Francis, Clinton Parks & Recreation and Clinton Community School District Diversity Committee, along with individuals from our communities for whom the promotion of peace is a passion.
Masks and social distancing are encouraged.
For further information, please contact Mardell Mommsen Flippen, Clinton Community College 563-244-7006.
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