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Rebecca Cool // motherhood

Rebecca Cool // motherhood

Artist:	Rajshree N.  Location:	India  Age: 16. The top looks like Paradise on earth!  Psalms 37:10,11,29.

Artist: Rajshree N. Location: India Age: 16. The top looks like Paradise on earth! Psalms 37:10,11,29.

2014-15 Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Competition submission from Rutland Lions Club in Massachusetts

2014-15 Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Competition submission from Rutland Lions Club in Massachusetts

2014-15 Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Competition submission from Trang Lions Club in Thailand

2014-15 Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Competition submission from Trang Lions Club in Thailand

2014-15 Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Competition submission from Koshigaya Heisei Lions Club in Japan

2014-15 Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Competition submission from Koshigaya Heisei Lions Club in Japan

Finalist from Japan (Matsue Aoi Lions Club) - 2013-2014 Peace Poster Contest

Finalist from Japan (Matsue Aoi Lions Club) - 2013-2014 Peace Poster Contest

2014-15 Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Competition submission from Sichuan Gold Lions Club in China

2014-15 Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Competition submission from Sichuan Gold Lions Club in China

2014-15 Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Competition submission from Miyako Lions Club in Japan

2014-15 Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Competition submission from Miyako Lions Club in Japan

An Open Letter To America

An Open Letter To America


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Picture a Peaceful World by Ugo Ciocchetti ( 12yrs. old), Italy. Sponsored by Biella Bugella Civitas Lions Club

Picture a Peaceful World by Ugo Ciocchetti ( 12yrs. old), Italy. Sponsored by Biella Bugella Civitas Lions Club

First-prize in the 9-12 year old category went to 12-yr-old Yan Ling of Malaysia.

First-prize in the 9-12 year old category went to 12-yr-old Yan Ling of Malaysia.

Peace Poster Contest Grand Prize Winners

Peace Poster Contest Grand Prize Winners

2014-15 Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Competition submission from Sichuan Gold Lions Club in China

2014-15 Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Competition submission from Sichuan Gold Lions Club in China

Artist:	Renjie L.  Location:	Guangzhou, China  Age:	12

Artist: Renjie L. Location: Guangzhou, China Age: 12

Lions Club Peace Poster Contest Finalists 2011-12  Merit Award Winner  Hannah Going (13) Minnesota, USA    "I believe that trust and love will lead to peace."

Lions Club Peace Poster Contest Finalists 2011-12 Merit Award Winner Hannah Going (13) Minnesota, USA "I believe that trust and love will lead to peace."

2014-15 Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Competition submission from Trang Lions Club in Thailand

2014-15 Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Competition submission from Trang Lions Club in Thailand

2006-2007 Grand prize winner- Lions International Peace Poster Contest for kids

2006-2007 Grand prize winner- Lions International Peace Poster Contest for kids

Lions Club Peace Poster Contest Finalists 2011-12  Merit Award Winner  Jonathan Metra (12), Guam    " The soldier represents war and the children represent the need for peace in the world. A world without war is important to them because they are the future."

Lions Club Peace Poster Contest Finalists 2011-12 Merit Award Winner Jonathan Metra (12), Guam " The soldier represents war and the children represent the need for peace in the world. A world without war is important to them because they are the future."

Prize winners in Paint for the Planet, a competition run by the United Nations Environment Program, are highlighted in a show in New York City, but if you can’t make it in person, you can see the winners in an online gallery at the Guardian.  The paintings are stunning, but the words of the children who created them are pretty amazing too.  This is the fifth place winner by Netpakaikarn Netwong, 14, of Thailand. The artist says:  “Due to rapid climate change, I believe that painting could…

Prize winners in Paint for the Planet, a competition run by the United Nations Environment Program, are highlighted in a show in New York City, but if you can’t make it in person, you can see the winners in an online gallery at the Guardian. The paintings are stunning, but the words of the children who created them are pretty amazing too. This is the fifth place winner by Netpakaikarn Netwong, 14, of Thailand. The artist says: “Due to rapid climate change, I believe that painting could…

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