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Sunday, August 4th, 2002

Time:1:04 am.
Hiroshima to Hope
Tuesday, August 6, 2002
7 PM
Green Lake, northwest shore by the old Bath House Theatre
Admission is FREE (Donations requested)

The annual lantern floating event to remember the victims of the atomic bomb
during World War II will feature Seattle Kokon Taiko members, Children of
the Japan-Seattle Suzuki Institute International, Seattle Peace Chorus and
keynote speaker, Dr. Ratnesh Nagda, from the UW School of Social Work. The
program will conclude with the Toro Nagashi ceremony conducted by Nichiren
Buddhist Church Reverend Masahiro Tamura and the floating of the lanterns at
dusk. Co-sponsored by local community, church and peace organizations. For
more information call (206) 547-2630.

Wing Luke Museum
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Subject:a little advertising...sorry...
Time:10:23 pm.
a friend of mine is looking for roommates...here is the general info:
6 bedroom house in greenlake, they are moving in september 15th
so far there are three guys and one girl in the house
they are looking for one or two more girls
the rent depends on how many people, but around $400-$500 per month including most utilities

call kevin at (206) 367-9219 if you are interested...thanks!!
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