Public Meetings for the Nollen Plaza Peace Garden proposal

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Thursday, February 10, 2011 - 11:30am

Peace Garden Rededication in Des Moines

Eloise Cranke and Chet Guinn stand by the rededicated Peace Garden in Nollen Pla

Eloise Cranke and Chet Guinn stand by the rededicated Peace Garden in Nollen Plaza in Des Moines. Eloise is a former AFSC regional director who works with the Methodist Federation for Social Action. Chet Guinn is a retired Methodist pastor who has led efforts to revitalize the Peace Garden.

Photo Credit: 
Jon Krieg

 Time: 11:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

The long awaited revised plan for Nollen Plaza  designed by New York architect Ken Smith for the Greater Des Moines Civic Center will be unveiled for public response at two identical meetings at 11:30 am and 4:30 pm in the Stoner Theater:

http://www.civiccenter.org/about_us/stoner_studio_theater.php

Advance information indicates that Smith's plan includes preserving the concept of the Peace Garden founded by Bishop Maurice Dingman and Rabbi Jay Goldberg.

This is the time for citizens to have a voice in the total remake of Nollen Plaza.

For more info contact:

Rev. Chet Guinn

chetguinn@gmail.com

515-282-8054

1081 8th St., DM IA 50314

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