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Arkansas

Arkansas

Arkansas had its first Bridge of Peace event in Little Rock, on Monday, December 18, 2017 at the Hilton Garden Inn. Fifty-three people participated in the event which began with a buffet dinner. Seven guests drove up from Dallas including Christine Cherutich, WFWP Chairwoman of Dallas and also our District Pastor. Our WFWP Memphis Chairwoman came and brought a guest. The Chief of Staff from Mayor Mark Stodola’s office presented to our National President for WFWP USA the key to the city. Mrs. Selle mentioned to us that this is the first time she has ever been presented with such a key, so we were happy for her that she could receive this recognition on behalf of our Founder, Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon. We showed the video on the…
On Saturday, September 23rd, as a part of the Arkansas Peace Week, the WFWP chapter of Arkansas set up a booth at Central High School for the observance of the 60th Anniversary of the Integration of Central High School in 1957. WFWP was one of 27 groups that participated in Peace Week. Many people who stopped by showed interest in our display board that showed the work and activities of WFWP. This included Schools of Africa, "Lunis Kinderworld,” and our Bridge of Peace Ceremony. Also included were our mission statement, vision statement, and a quote from our founder, Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon, on world peace. We also had sign-up sheets for people to leave their phone number and email addresses if they were interested in more information about WFWP.…
As the WFWP Chairwoman in Memphis, Tennessee, I was invited by Rev. Bruce Biggin to come to Little Rock, Arkansas to introduce WFWP more deeply to some interested women there. This was the second time we had met and I was looking forward to working together with the ladies in Arkansas. We held an introductory meeting and I explained the vision and mission of WFWP to bring women together to bond in heart and work together to inspire ourselves and others to serve and work in our respective communities. Every lady who participated showed great interest in WFWP. Each of them has been very involved in active community service and outreach.We introduced the Bridge of Peace program and decided to plan such a program for a future date, possibly in…