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NEW ARRIVALS!
 

CRAYOLA MULTICULTURAL MARKERS AND CRAYONS: Crayola Multicultural Markers and Crayons contain eight different skin colors to represent people from around the world.
     8-pack Markers: $6
     8-pack Crayons: $1.50
     8-pack Large Crayons: $3

 

PEACE PRESERVES: Spread peace with organic, Maine-made strawberry and blueberry Peace Preserves, $8 each. Gift bag is $15 and includes one jar and a "Spread Peace" jam spreader, made from recycled cherry wood. Additional Peace Preserves with gift bag purchase are $6.

 

 

CLOTHING ITEMS:
     T-shirts and Tank Tops: $20
     Hoodies: $40
     Long-sleeve shirt: $25
     Adjustable peace sign hats: $15

 

CECILIA ST. KING CD: $15

View All Photos | This laughing shot came right after looking at myself in the mirror. You cant take this stuff seriously.  ) Good job by J.A. Cella | Cecilia

 

BE NICE ITEMS:                                            
    
Large posters: $8
     8.5x11 posters: $2
     Framed posters: $10
     Sticker roll: $10
     Magnets: $1
     Bumper magnets: $4

 

JEWLERY:
    
Peace bracelet: $5
     Glass peace necklace: $8
     Peace Earrings: $8
     Light-up peace sign necklace: $3
     Light-up blue peace necklace: $5
     Light-up peace bracelet: $3

 

MISCELLANEOUS:
     Peace coaster set: $7
     Peace mugs: $12
     Pencils: $.50 or 5 for $2
     Sunflower peace magnet: $1.50
     Peace Signs: $5 


TY PEACE BEAR BEANIE BABIES: The Ty Peace Bear Beanie Baby was introduced in May, 1997, but has been retired for several years. It is highly collectible. No two are alike. Each Peace Bear Beanie Baby has a small peace symbol on its chest. They make terrific gifts. Comes in either blue or tie-dyed. $8.50 includes tax.

SECRETS OF LIFE & WORDS OF WISDOM BUTTON:
This Life Learning Device resembles the famous Staples “Easy Button”, except this button gives you the mental keys to unlock and fuel your confidence, attitude, motivation and passion. Each button offers 362 quotes for a daily inspiration. $23.50 includes tax.


 

SEEDS OF PEACE SUNFLOWER SEEDS

Annual Mammoth Grey Strip Sunflower Seeds now available. Sow after danger of frost is past in rows 2 feet apart.

1 pack for $2.

Sunflowers have come to symbolize hope and peace, along with the status of nuclear weapons free states. You too can help spread the message of hope and peace by planting sunflowers and sharing a message of peace.

For more information on sunflowers and a world free of nuclear weapons visit http://www.wagingpeace.org

 

Come Join the Circle: LessonSongs for Peacemaking

A fun way for children to-learn lifelong skills for better relationships. The CD has terrific lyrics, contemporary sounds, and superb performance by peace-educator Paulette Meier and a diverse group of talented musicians deliver positive messages for today's youth. Songs ranging from country to reggae and blues to hip-hop are sure to entice children from all backgrounds and ages, as well as any adults listening.

$15. Paulette Meier. Produced by LessonSongs Music. 2001.

 

"Sadako" notecards

"Sadako" notecards are beautifully illustrated with "Sadako" spelled out in origami letters on the front of each card. The cards are blank on the inside, with the back carrying the story of Sadako and the paper cranes. 4" x 7 1/2".

$1.95 each.

 

Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes Peace Song CD with original music written by Michiko Pumpian honors Sadako Sasaki, the child associated with the origami paper cranes as a symbol for peace. The song won the 1998 John Lennon Songwriter’s contest. Track one is the full song with vocals, and track two is instrumental only. CD is an excellent for classroom, group and individual performances.

$16. Michiko Pumpian. Produced by Dream Come Through Productions. 1995.

 

 

 

Wilmington College Peace Resource Center
Pyle Center Box 1183
Wilmington OH 45177
Phone: (937) 382-6661
James Boland, Director, ext. 275
Location: 51 College Street
Office hours: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (ET) Monday through Friday
E-mail: prc@wilmington.edu