December 5, 1998 - January 24, 1999
A woman crosses a field to fetch water, a farmer tills the land, while
a child wanders happily looking for interesting objects to play with.
Gone are the sounds of wr. The villagers have returned to their homes.
Tranquility reigns in the nearby field.
You, your organization or educational institution can
contribute directly to the clearing of a minefield in Cambodia, Angola,
Bosnia, Nicaragua and elsewhere. Join the United Nations Association
of the United States in their plot project. By adopting a minefield
for the purposes of raising funds, your group can play an active role
in returning the minefields to productive use by monitoring the de-mining
process, receiving regular reports and visits by de-miners and sending
local representatives to the area for first-hand accounts. For more
information, please visit the Adopt-A-Minefield Project at landmines.org
The Puffin Foundation Ltd. invites all educators to bring their students to visit this important exhibit. Stipends are available to pay for bus transportation.
Saturday, December 5. 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Saturday, January 9.
Saturday, January 23. 4:00 p.m.