Coming to an elementary school near you.
In January 2014, John Hunter, author of World Peace…and Other 4th Grade Achievements, spoke during the Corvallis Martin Luther King, Jr. Week events and later presented the Ava Helen and Linus Pauling Peace Lecture at Oregon State University.
September 4 UPDATE: See this excellent (and brief) interview with John Hunter in The Guardian (online, Sept. 4). It’s great to see Mr. Hunter’s work getting this well-deserved attention.
Terry and Ele have completed their facilitator training in Menlo Park, CA and sent the picture at right.
Many of us were inspired by his presentation and pondered the possibility of bringing the World Peace Game to a Corvallis elementary school.
None more seriously than Ele Adams, a Corvallis High School junior, and her mom, Terry, a former elementary school teacher (and current instructor at OSU’s College of Education).
Ele and Terry have launched a plan to bring the Game to a school for the 2014-2015 school year. They need to attend Mr. Hunter’s master training program this summer in Menlo Park, California and will bring back the four-tier game and other materials. The total cost for training, travel and materials is $4,100 (revised goal).
Here’s a flier with more information about the Game and about this project. Please share this if you can.
Fundraising for their training and the materials has begun in earnest and Veterans for Peace, Linus Pauling Chapter, and our local chapters of the Fellowship of Reconciliation and the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom are acting as fiscal sponsors.
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Thanks very much for helping to enrich our children’s education!