This Rotary Worldwide Peace Project is headed by a 92-year-old Hiroshima survivor from a Rotary Club in Japan. Featured at the same time will be San Miguel’s ginko biloba Peace Tree, a progeny of the one which sprouted at Ground Zero in Hiroshima after the world’s worst act of war almost 80 years ago.
On Sunday. April 16, at 10 a.m. the Spanish-speaking Rotary Club will receive the Paloma de Paz (Dove of Peace) sculpture from the Rotary Club of Dolores Hidalgo at Instituto Sanmilguelense (ITSES) at Escuadron 201, Carretera San Miguel de Allende - Dr. Mora No.10-Km. 0.5, Palmita de Landeta, where their exchange students attend classes. Attendees are encouraged to wear white, the color of peace.