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Scoop Images: Sing4Peace At Selwyn House School

Images from the November 29th Sing4Peace celebrations at Selwyn House School. Selwyn House School encouraged schools (and others) throughout the world to sing for peace with them on the same day via a website. See...

Pic #1 Members of NZ Army Band with their rendition of John Lennon's "Imagine". It was such a hit with the crowd, they were asked to sing again at the end of the event.

Pic #2 Selwyn House student, Ava Lane, speaks to the guests and school students gathered for Sing4Peace Day on Thursday 29th November.

Pic#3 Laura McGoldrick welcomes the school and invited guests to Sing4Peace, which included thousands of people from NZ and around the world. From as far away as Alaska and Finland and as close as in the classroom next door, Laura said Sing4Peace had brought many people together in the name of peace and a safer future for us all.


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