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Village School students celebrate peace with Pinwheels for Peace project

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- Pinwheels line the front walkway of the Village School as students participate in the annual Pinwheels for Peace project on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012, in Naples. In honor of the International Day of Peace, students at the school created and placed a pinwheel representing what peace means the them as a part of the school's effort to teach peace as a leadership quality. Pinwheels for Peace is an international annual art project started in 2005 by two teachers in Coconut Creek, Fla.

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- Pinwheels line the front walkway of the Village School as students participate in the annual Pinwheels for Peace project on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012, in Naples. In honor of the International Day of Peace, students at the school created and placed a pinwheel representing what peace means the them as a part of the school's effort to teach peace as a leadership quality. Pinwheels for Peace is an international annual art project started in 2005 by two teachers in Coconut Creek, Fla.

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– Kindergartner Ella Hazelett, center, and her classmates in Brenda VandeBogart's kindergarten class prepare to place their pinwheels in the Village School as they participate in the annual Pinwheels for Peace project on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012, in Naples. In honor of the International Day of Peace, students at the school created and placed a pinwheel representing what peace means the them as a part of the school's effort to teach peace as a leadership quality. Pinwheels for Peace is an international annual art project started in 2005 by two teachers in Coconut Creek, Fla.
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– Kindergartners Caroline Drury, Chiara Zeitler and Kamryn Bryant, left to right, walk with their classmates in Brenda VandeBogart's kindergarten class to place their pinwheels in the Village School as they participate in the annual Pinwheels for Peace project on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012, in Naples. In honor of the International Day of Peace, students at the school created and placed a pinwheel representing what peace means the them as a part of the school's effort to teach peace as a leadership quality. Pinwheels for Peace is an international annual art project started in 2005 by two teachers in Coconut Creek, Fla.
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- Pinwheels line the front walkway of the Village School as students participate in the annual Pinwheels for Peace project on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012, in Naples. In honor of the International Day of Peace, students at the school created and placed a pinwheel representing what peace means the them as a part of the school's effort to teach peace as a leadership quality. Pinwheels for Peace is an international annual art project started in 2005 by two teachers in Coconut Creek, Fla.
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- Eight-year-olds Christopher Byrd, left, and Ben Fidler, place their pinwheels near the Village School's flagpole as they participate in the annual Pinwheels for Peace project on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012, in Naples. In honor of the International Day of Peace, students at the school created and placed a pinwheel representing what peace means the them as a part of the school's effort to teach peace as a leadership quality. Pinwheels for Peace is an international annual art project started in 2005 by two teachers in Coconut Creek, Fla.
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– Kindergartner, Lilly Zaiser, center, and her classmates in Brenda VandeBogart's kindergarten class place their pinwheels along a walkway at the Village School as they participate in the annual Pinwheels for Peace project on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012, in Naples. In honor of the International Day of Peace, students at the school created and placed a pinwheel representing what peace means the them as a part of the school's effort to teach peace as a leadership quality. Pinwheels for Peace is an international annual art project started in 2005 by two teachers in Coconut Creek, Fla.
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– Kindergarten teacher Brenda VandeBogart helps her student, Katie Montgomery, to place her pinwheel alongside those of her classmates along a walkway at the Village School as they participate in the annual Pinwheels for Peace project on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012, in Naples. In honor of the International Day of Peace, students at the school created and placed a pinwheel representing what peace means the them as a part of the school's effort to teach peace as a leadership quality. Pinwheels for Peace is an international annual art project started in 2005 by two teachers in Coconut Creek, Fla.
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- Students in Brenda Vandebogart's kindergarten class prepare to place their pinwheels in the Village School as they participate in the annual Pinwheels for Peace project on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012, in Naples. In honor of the International Day of Peace, students at the school created and placed a pinwheel representing what peace means the them as a part of the school's effort to teach peace as a leadership quality. Pinwheels for Peace is an international annual art project started in 2005 by two teachers in Coconut Creek, Fla.
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- Students place their pinwheels along a walkway at the Village School as they participate in the annual Pinwheels for Peace project on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012, in Naples. In honor of the International Day of Peace, students at the school created and placed a pinwheel representing what peace means the them as a part of the school's effort to teach peace as a leadership quality. Pinwheels for Peace is an international annual art project started in 2005 by two teachers in Coconut Creek, Fla.
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- Eleven-year-old Max Landi, a sixth-grader at the Village School, searches for a place for his pinwheel along Goodlette-Frank Road as he and his classmates participate in the annual Pinwheels for Peace project on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012, in Naples. In honor of the International Day of Peace, students at the school created and placed a pinwheel representing what peace means the them as a part of the school's effort to teach peace as a leadership quality. Pinwheels for Peace is an international annual art project started in 2005 by two teachers in Coconut Creek, Fla.

Students at the Village School in Naples celebrated International Day of Peace by participating in the international Pinwheels for Peace art installation.

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