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Planting a Living Symbol – a Peace Forest

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Planting a Living Symbol – a Peace Forest

Planting a Living Symbol – a Peace Forest

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  • 1. An Initiative of BridgeWorks: Building Bridges of Understanding www.bridgeworkspresents.org Plant a Peace Forest 10/10/10 Sunday, 1—5 pm Sand Creek Greenway* *Located 1/2 mile west of Havana St. on Smith Road in Denver; just south of Havana St. exit on I-70. Join with Jews, Christians and Muslims to plant a living symbol of our common value of stewardship of the creation. Celebrate our cooperative ability to restore the earth as we respect each other’s faiths.Individuals, Couples and Families Welcome Contribution Schedule To Plant or Sponsor Levels: (Rain or Shine!) Shrub: $25 a Tree: Tree: $50 1:00 Check In and Cluster: $100 Refreshmentsvisit www.coloradoipl.org Grove: $500 1:30 Religious or Forest: $1000 Blessings of the A Branch for call Fatuma Noor Peace: Trees (720) 364-7761 Whatever you 2-4:45 Planting can afford 4:45 Closing Hosted by Colorado Interfaith Power and Light www.coloradoipl.org Sponsored by the Abrahamic Initiative Offered in conjunction with www.350.org’s International Day of Climate Action

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