Wednesday night, Silverton People for Peace gathered for the second time to
stand for a non-violent resolution to the perceived threat from Iraq.
Eighteen people turned out Wednesday evening: double the attendance of the
first gathering. Many voiced their concerns about the Bush Administration's
war on terrorism, and specifically the U.S. threat of war with Iraq. Also,
a great deal of information was shared. During these sobering times, we
hope the group can provide a source of strength for those opposed to the
direction taken by the Bush Administration and congress. We are open to
ideas on how to make this happen.
We look forward to you inviting others to join us as we meet again next
Wednesday at 6:30 at the Town Hall Square. Please bring a candle (with
candle holder) and any articles, letters, phone numbers, prayers, songs,
poems or other information/inspiration you with to share.