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Say yes to peace on Anzac Day

The best place to build a more peaceful future is right here in our local community.
Lismore’s own home-grown peace group, Remembering and Healing (RaH) invites everyone in the region and beyond to its annual Anzac Day gatherings in Lismore.
This is a chance for anyone who values peace and social harmony to play an active role in two separate gatherings.
On the eve of Anzac Day, Sunday 24 April, a gathering will be held at Lismore Uniting Church where people of all backgrounds and beliefs come together to share their hopes for the future.
Then, on the following day Monday 25th after the main Anzac Day parade, another gathering is held at Peace Park in Lismore where various speakers talk about a range of topics concerning peace.
So come along and be part of a growing local tradition that gives the whole community a chance to say something positive and loving.
Say ‘yes’ to peace!
R J Poole, Lismore

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