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Pictured (l-r) Hendersonville Director of Parks and Recreation Andy Gilley collaborates with Payam Sahihi, Andi Seals, Effie Sahihi, Becky Buckosh and Cliff Buckosh regarding the placement of an International Peace Pole in the Hendersonville Peace Garden.

Bahá’ís of Hendersonville will dedicate the Hendersonville Peace Garden and International Peace Pole on Sunday, Oct. 27, 3-5 p.m. at the Hendersonville Peace Garden in Memorial Park.  The event will include speakers, music, children's activities and refreshments. 

To celebrate the Bicentenary of the birth of The Báb, the Prophet/Herald of their Faith, the Bahá’ís of Hendersonville have partnered with the City Parks Department to create a twin garden with benches, tree and flowers, as well as the addition of an International Peace Pole. 

The Peace Pole Project, a global effort to recognize humanity's longing for peace, now has poles in 180 countries displaying the message: May Peace Prevail on Earth. The Hendersonville pole displays this message in eight languages including - Cherokee, in honor of Tennessee's Native American story, and Japanese to recognize Hendersonville's Sister City Tsuru in Japan.

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