25th Anniversary for the Tree of Peace at Chico State
Twenty-five years ago the Tree of Peace was planted at Chico State after a series of racial issues had occurred on our campus in hopes of bringing some peace and unity to our campus and community. Please join us while we celebrate the Tree of Peace along with the many communities that came together 25 years ago in support of the planting of this tree.
Come enjoy a two-day event starting this Friday in Trinity Commons at 10am for educational booths and games as well as a Native American History walk and then the ceremony will take place this Saturday, May 3rd at 10am where the Tree of Peace is planted (in between Trinity Commons and Kendall Lawn). Come learn about some of the history and significance of this Tree and it’s legacy on campus, if you have any questions comments or concerns please feel free to contact the Cross-Cultural Leadership Center (CCLC) we are located in Meriam Library 172 you can also call us at (530)898-4101 or email us at email@example.com All participants are welcome. If you need disability related accommodations please call the CCLC.