We are honored to once again be a part of the Manhattan National Historic Park’s annual Days of Peace and Remembrance.
On August 9th, a path within Howard Amon Park will be illuminated with luminarias, an integral part of the Lights for Peace Program at Hanford.
We are extending an invitation to all members of our community for the upcoming Messages of Peace Program, scheduled for August 5th, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. This event will take place at the REACH Museum, located at 1943 Columbia Park Trail, Richland, WA 99353.
It is an opportunity for you, our fellow community members, to inscribe messages of peace onto the luminaria bags that will be placed in the park on August 9th. These messages hold the potential to foster a sense of connection and contemplation, both for those who pen them and those who will later read them as they walk the illuminated path.
In the spirit of the approaching Days of Peace and Remembrance, an annual commemoration of great significance, we collectively pay homage to the anniversary of the atomic bombings of Japan in August 1945.
Let us stand together, united in the endeavor to honor remembrance, seek solace, and emphasize the enduring significance of peace in our lives and the world around us.