VFP 2007 Marches and Pickets
pickets and marches photos
Jan 27 Demo in Gainesville
Second Annual Vets Speak Out
Thursday March 20th, 6:30 pm
Santa Fe Community College,
The public was invited to hear the veterans tell their stories and thoughts, and to ask questions with due respect.
March on the Pentagon March 17th
See Photos by Mary
See Photos by Linda and John
Memorial Day 2007
Mile long Display of Tombstones
See more photos and videos below
Google web album
Articles and letters:
Article1 Article2 editorial1 editorial2
Washington March September 12, 2007
Orlando Rally October 27th
Winter Solstice Concert 2007
Click onthe photo below for more pictures
Program (pdf is 2.2mb)
Patriotism by Scott Camil
Videos and photos by Dave
A Tribute to Solstice Concerts Past! click the photo and turn up your speakers
Peace Helmet Award
Over the years Veterans for Peace has recognized members
whose service is integral to the work of VFP.
This recognition is acknowledged with the presentation of the Peace Helmet Award.
Helmet The award is a beautiful stained glass replica of the VFP symbol
of the Dove of Peace on a military helmet.
These Stained Glass Peace Helmets have for the past 20 years,
been created for us exclusively by McIntyre Stained Glass studio
This year was a very busy year and a lot of members qualified
for this award so we are giving out more than we usually do.
All of these people played leadership rolls on at least one major project, participated in at least 3 other projects and attend meetings.
This year 6 people will receive 6 Stained Glass Peace Helmets:
Mary Bahr : Mary is our web-master, a counselor for the GI rights Hotline, Coordinated the cost of war project, a member of the committee of correspondence, Tuesday sign holding, attended demonstrations in DC, Orlando and tables for us at events.
Bill Gilbert and David Henderson : Bill and Dave Coordinated the buses that we used for the trips we made to DC this year. They are both members of the committee of correspondence, participated in Tuesday sign holding and attended demonstrations in DC. Dave also went to the demonstration in Orlando. They both put in many full days on our Memorial Day Project. Both table for us at events.
Stephen Hunter : Stephen Coordinated The cutting of the Memorial Day Tombstones and the measuring and marking the layout on Memorial Mile, He is a member of the committee of correspondence, Tuesday sign holding, attended demonstrations in DC, Orlando, tables for us at events.
John Fullerton : John put in more time on the Memorial Day Project than anyone else, He is a member of the committee of correspondence, Tuesday sign holding , attended demonstrations in DC and tables for us at events.
Bill Salmon : Bill is our attorney, he reviews all matters and plans to protect our legal rights. He is available 24-7 and because he lives next to Scott Camil’s house he is called on often to work on our projects, to make sure that we have everything we need, often buying supplies and tools, never asking to be reimbursed.
There are others that have contributed more than average and we want to give them a special thanks: Kirk Anthoney ,Clif Hicks Bobby Ing, Gil Marshall, Harold Saive, Ku Wang
Finally there are many other members who do more than their share, They are not mentioned here as they are officers in VFP and or have received the Helmet award in the past.