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For the past eight weeks, Mills Lawn students have been involved in a whole-school project that promotes building a culture of peace. The culmination of Project Peace, a multimedia triptych featuring portraits of historic peacemakers, will be honored at a reception from 2–4 p.m. on Sunday, March 24, at Antioch University Midwest. Shown above are, from top left clockwise, second graders Karmyni Van Pelt and Joshua Clark; kindergartner Sam Trelawny-Cassity holding a peace message; Kaden Bryan drawing his self-portrait; artist-in-residence Deb Housh working with Olive Cooper; sixth-graders Teymour Fultz and Hailey Qualls immersing themselves in indigo dye; fourth graders admiring a portrait of Gandhi; and a student writing her peace message. (photos by Allison Paul)


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