Held in conjunction with U.N. International Day of Peace on September 21st, the Rotary Club of Redondo Beach sponsored an activity at the Redondo Beach High School. Organized by In-coming president LeeAnn Robinson, the event drew more than 100 people including parents, choir, children and school faculty.  About 22 Rotarians from the club along with their friends and spouses for about 35 people represented our club. The club's activity centered around painting a permanent Peace Pole.
The club also gave awards to four students.  Jack Hagemeister received the Humanitarian Actions award, Theo Daniel received the Kindness award, Lindsey Arns received the Most Welcoming award, and Kathryn Salazar received the award for her suggestions of what could make Redondo Beach a more peaceful community.
22 Rotarians were in attendance of Peace event including friends, spouses, children and faculty.. All together, the event drew more than 100 people.
Club members paint Peace Pole.

RUHS students work painting Peace Pole.

The Peace Initiative included bank music.

Awards given to four students.