Pleasantononians 4 Peace to hold candlelight vigil downtown tonight starting at 7 p.m.

Pleasantononians 4 Peace will hold a candlelight Vigil starting at 7 p.m. tonight in front of the Museum on Main, 603 Main Street, in downtown Pleasanton. Cathe Norman said the group will reflect on the human and monetary costs of war, honor our veterans who have sacrificed, and visualize ways of moving beyond this conflict in Afghanistan to a more peaceful world. Additionally, the group will hold Peaceful War Protests on the fourth Wednesday of every month, with the next protest planned for April 24, between 5-6 p.m. at the corners of First and Neal Streets. The public is invited to participate in both downtown gatherings. For more information call Cathe Norman at (925) 462-7495 or contact Matt Sullivan at mjs7882@gmail.com. The group's Web site is at www.Pleasantonians4Peace.org/


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