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Gabriel Cancialosi and William Pitts write letters to elected leaders to ask them to work for peace during a letter-writing session at the Bainbridge Public Library organized by Anne Willhoit on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

After a crowd of more than a hundred children and their families wrote letters Monday morning, they marched down Madison Avenue and then through downtown Winslow to the post office to mail the letters.

Many kids held signs during the march with slogans such as “Kindness Counts” and “Be Kind,” and the words “Peace” and “Love.”

(Brian Kelly | Bainbridge Island Review)

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