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Peacemaking wants to give a big THANK YOU!

Peacemaking held a fundraiser last week at Rocky Sullivan's to support out yearly trip to the African American Museum located in Washington, DC. This trip provides an opportunity for former peacemaking participants, students, peacemakers, police officers etc., to learn about the African American culture, history and traditions through interactive exhibitions.  
We had wonderful entertainment and food, it was a great success! We raised over $1,000! Thank you to all that came out and supported us.We Still need your help!We are only a third of the way to our goal of $3,200. If you would like to make a donation stop by the Peacemaking Department located on the lower level of the Red Hook Community Justice Center.

 
 

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