Thousands of people stood up and honored our
youth leaders of Chicago and around the world
who are working to make their communities a better place!
Special appreciation goes to our sponsors
Sally T. Clair
and to our EMCEE and his elegant words
Photos by Doug Timberlake 2011
The Celebration was held in the evening of September 15th at the Graue Mill and Museum in Oak Brook, Illinois. Business executives, teachers, donors and community members were led by youth peace-builders in energizing, community-building activities. Tina Baxter won the 2011 Michael J. Terrien Service Award. Honor ticket donors names were read, youth received white roses in celebration of their important volunteer work and fun was had by all during our virtual video exchange with Play for Peace youth in Guatemala! Thousands signed our pledge to our honor youth who have chosen a viable path to creating world peace, neighborhood by neighborhood.
Thank you to our PLEDGE SIGNERS! Thank you to our HONOR TICKET DONORS!
HONOR TICKETS MAY STILL BE PURCHASED!