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Bahá'í Exhibit at Kiwanis-Ogeechee Fair, Oct 20–25, 2014

From October 20 to 25, 2014, hundreds of visitors viewed the Statesboro Bahá’í Exhibit at the Kiwanis-Ogeechee Fair, which attracts people from nine counties in Georgia. Please click below for photos and more information about the event.

Adults and children were greeted and encouraged to take free Bahá’í literature, “unity of all religions” buttons, “no room in my heart for prejudice” buttons, peace balloons, and candy. Several people signed our guest book. Curious visitors were attracted to the Bahá’í posters and Bahá’u’lláh’s message of oneness: the oneness of humanity, the oneness of all religions, and the oneness of God. We were blessed with the opportunity to display and teach God’s message of oneness and peace at the fair this year. “Whoso openeth his lips in this Day and maketh mention of the name of his Lord, the hosts of Divine inspiration shall descend upon him from the heaven of My name, the All-Knowing, the All-Wise” (Bahá’u’lláh). Special thanks go to Nancy Hutcheon, Joe Goldstein, Hari Madray, Uche Nwankwo, Blessing Odion, Daronte Starks, and Dan Rea for their assistance with the Bahá’í exhibit.

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