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West Linn Interact Club installed Peace Pole at Cedaroak Park Primary on May 31

COURTESY PHOTO: ANDREW KILSTROM - West Linn Rotarians, West Linn High School Interact Club students, Cedaroak Park community members, and WL-WV staff commemorate the Peace Pole.
In an effort to promote global understanding and world peace, the Interact Club — a service club at West Linn High School — and the Rotary Club of West Linn, unveiled a Peace Pole at Cedaroak Park Primary May 31. COURTESY PHOTO: ANDREW KILSTROM - West Linn High School Interact Club President Caitlin McCabe discusses the significance of the more than 100,000 Peace Poles worldwide.

The high school club, in conjunction with the Rotary, plants one Peace Pole every year, and presented this year's gift to Cedaroak and the greater West Linn community.

COURTESY PHOTO: ANDREW KILSTROM - West Linn High School Interact Club President Caitlin McCabe unveils Cedaroak Park Primary's new Peace Pole.So far, there have been more than 100,000 Peace Poles placed in 180 countries. The Cedaroak Peace Pole is the third pole the club has installed in West Linn. There is one at the high school and one at City Hall. COURTESY PHOTO: ANDREW KILSTROM - West Linn High School Interact Club seniors were instrumental in raising funds for Cedaroak Park's Peace Pole.COURTESY PHOTO: ANDREW KILSTROM - West Linn Rotarian David Goode welcomes community members and provides a history on the Peace Pole.


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