Oklahoma City area YMCA campers send positive messages to counterparts in Japan
Campers from most of the Oklahoma City metro area YMCAs are making peace lanterns to send to Japan to commemorate the Aug. 6, 1945, atomic bomb drop on Hiroshima.
EDMOND — Eight-year-old Chase Roberts doesn’t know a lot about history, but that didn’t stop him from sending a positive message to people halfway around the world.
Roberts took part in the YMCA’s Hiroshima Peace Lantern Project on Monday during the arts and craft portion of his day at camp. The lanterns will be sent to the Hiroshima YMCA and floated down...
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