Good Morning Ambassador Renate.
Heidi Baillargeon, who is our Landscape Architect, is developing a landscape plan for the exterior grounds area of the Windsor Family Aquatic Complex. Together we will ensure a prominent placement of the Windsor Peace Stone in the landscape plan. Heidi can be reached by email as above or by calling 519 253 2300 ext 2740, or I can be reached at 519 791 3312. Thanks to all.
Google Search; "worlds children peace monument"
On the New Cleveland based National Coast-to-Coast 'Great American Peace Trail' that is being built........ thanks to the "Theory of Iceality on Environmental Arts"..........all Living Things [people, plant, animal] will have the same rights.
Google search "Great American Peace Trail"
Regarding rebuilding Cleveland's reputation, the Complete 5 Step Process can be found in the blog by Dracha Arendee.
Search: "Iceality of Recycling Everyone’s Favorite Rustbucket"
Local Husband and Wife Team Honored for Global Community Work
The American Nationalities Movement has chosen the noted Berea husband and wife team David and Renate Jakupca for the 2012 Freedom Award "in recognition of their pioneering work in the Environmental Art Movement, developing the 'Theory of Iceality' to help create a more sustainable and equitable world. Through their international advocacy and educational activities promoting from a cultural perspective, the Jakupca’s have contributed to the revitalization of cultural and environmental diversity, and the strengthening of local communities and economies worldwide."
"David and Renate Jakupca have combined their expertise in ecology, art and culture to really unravel the evolutionary dynamics of humanity,” said Patrick Cahill, Board member of ICEA. "It is fitting that on the ICEALITY SILVER REVELATION, the 25th anniversary of ICEA, that they receive this award and underscore humankind's view about the integrative nature of the process of freedom and peace for all."
The Captive Nations Commemoration Program was held on Wednesday, July 18th, 2012 at Toscana Party Center, 4972 East 71 St., in Cuyahoga Heights and hosted by the Hon Ralph Perk Jr.
For more information, please contact Judge Perk at 216-403-9897.
In related business news Cleveland's own International Center for Environmental Arts (ICEA) gets ready to celebrate its 25th anniversary in 2012 by exporting International Peace from Cleveland through its Worlds Children Peace Monument, all done without Gov't funding.
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