All posts by Sarah Kidwell

Poignant Gathering in Sadako Peace Garden

Posted Aug 10 2018 bySarah Kidwell / Mud and Debris Flow, Rebuilding, Recovery / Comments Off on Poignant Gathering in Sadako Peace Garden /
Each year on August 6, the anniversary of the US detonation of an atomic bomb over Hiroshima, the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (NAPF) holds a remembrance event in La Casa’s Sadako Peace Garden. This year marked the 24th annual gathering and it was especially poignant – as just six months ago the Peace Garden was awash in mud and debris Read More >>

Record heat doesn’t dent enthusiasm for return to La Casa

Posted Jul 13 2018 bySarah Kidwell / Rebuilding / Comments Off on Record heat doesn’t dent enthusiasm for return to La Casa /
Each year on August 6, the anniversary of the US detonation of an atomic bomb over Hiroshima, the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (NAPF) holds a remembrance event in La Casa’s Sadako Peace Garden. This year marked the 24th annual gathering and it was especially poignant – as just six months ago the Peace Garden was awash in mud and debris Read More >>

Six months after the mud and debris flow

Posted Jul 9 2018 bySarah Kidwell / Mud and Debris Flow, Rebuilding / Comments Off on Six months after the mud and debris flow /
Each year on August 6, the anniversary of the US detonation of an atomic bomb over Hiroshima, the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (NAPF) holds a remembrance event in La Casa’s Sadako Peace Garden. This year marked the 24th annual gathering and it was especially poignant – as just six months ago the Peace Garden was awash in mud and debris Read More >>

Offering Support for La Casa’s Rebuilding

Posted Jun 21 2018 bySarah Kidwell / Mud and Debris Flow, Rebuilding / Comments Off on Offering Support for La Casa’s Rebuilding /
Each year on August 6, the anniversary of the US detonation of an atomic bomb over Hiroshima, the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (NAPF) holds a remembrance event in La Casa’s Sadako Peace Garden. This year marked the 24th annual gathering and it was especially poignant – as just six months ago the Peace Garden was awash in mud and debris Read More >>

Introduction to Capacitar July 7th

Posted Jun 15 2018 bySarah Kidwell / Events, Home, Mud and Debris Flow / Comments Off on Introduction to Capacitar July 7th /
Each year on August 6, the anniversary of the US detonation of an atomic bomb over Hiroshima, the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (NAPF) holds a remembrance event in La Casa’s Sadako Peace Garden. This year marked the 24th annual gathering and it was especially poignant – as just six months ago the Peace Garden was awash in mud and debris Read More >>

Carrying on With Peace

Posted Apr 23 2018 bySarah Kidwell / Mud and Debris Flow, Rebuilding / Comments Off on Carrying on With Peace /
Each year on August 6, the anniversary of the US detonation of an atomic bomb over Hiroshima, the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (NAPF) holds a remembrance event in La Casa’s Sadako Peace Garden. This year marked the 24th annual gathering and it was especially poignant – as just six months ago the Peace Garden was awash in mud and debris Read More >>

Three months after the mud and debris slide

Posted Apr 9 2018 bySarah Kidwell / Mud and Debris Flow, Rebuilding / Comments Off on Three months after the mud and debris slide /
Each year on August 6, the anniversary of the US detonation of an atomic bomb over Hiroshima, the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (NAPF) holds a remembrance event in La Casa’s Sadako Peace Garden. This year marked the 24th annual gathering and it was especially poignant – as just six months ago the Peace Garden was awash in mud and debris Read More >>

Phew! We Made It

Posted Mar 23 2018 bySarah Kidwell / Mud and Debris Flow, Rebuilding / Comments Off on Phew! We Made It /
Each year on August 6, the anniversary of the US detonation of an atomic bomb over Hiroshima, the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (NAPF) holds a remembrance event in La Casa’s Sadako Peace Garden. This year marked the 24th annual gathering and it was especially poignant – as just six months ago the Peace Garden was awash in mud and debris Read More >>

In our Honor

Posted Mar 16 2018 bySarah Kidwell / Rebuilding / Comments Off on In our Honor /
Each year on August 6, the anniversary of the US detonation of an atomic bomb over Hiroshima, the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (NAPF) holds a remembrance event in La Casa’s Sadako Peace Garden. This year marked the 24th annual gathering and it was especially poignant – as just six months ago the Peace Garden was awash in mud and debris Read More >>