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International Day of Peace Baby

Posted by Ryan Hall
09.24.16
Gloria Switzer, Samantha Greer, Mitch Greer and Dawn Bushouse Front Row: Annelise Greer, her toy elephant Gerber Memorial Welcomes International Day Of Peace Baby

Gloria Switzer, Samantha Greer, Mitch Greer and Dawn Bushouse Front Row: Annelise Greer, her toy elephant
Gerber Memorial Welcomes International Day Of Peace Baby

CNV Organizers and Friends Welcome Annelise Greer!

Annelise Greer was born on the International Day of Peace and Spectrum Health Gerber Memorial was proud to welcome the 8-pound, 15-ounce baby into the world on Wednesday night together with her parents, Mitch and Samantha Greer of Fremont, MI. Newaygo County People for Peace,  Founder of the group, Gloria Switzer, and chair Dawn Bushouse helped Gerber Memorial welcome Annelise, with gifts donated by local businesses.  “If we are to teach real peace in this world, and if we are to carry on a real war against war, we shall have to begin with the children.” –  Mahatma Gandhi

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