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MARCH 2017

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In partnership with the World Peace Bell Association, the Rotary Club of Canberra Burley Griffin has taken on an ambitious project of building a World Peace Bell Pavilion, within the Canberra Nara Peace Park on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin. World Peace Bells are located all around the world, the first one being a gift from Japan to the United Nations as a sign of peace after World War II. The Canberra World Peace Bell will provide a destination within Canberra Nara Peace Park to remind us that we want a peaceful world and to reflect on the good rather than the bad that we see almost too often these days.
Participating LJ Hooker offices are supporting a fundraising bike ride to get this project finished.
Register to ride from your local LJ Hooker office to the Nara Peace Park on Lake Burley Griffin.

Where and When?
Sunday 26 March 2017

LJ Hooker rides will start from 9:00am and 9:30am from 8 local office locations depending on the distance to Nara Peace Park.
 The Advanced LJ Hooker ride of 60km will begin at 8:00am from the LJ Hooker Canberra City office.
We suggest riders be at their start point 20–30 minutes before the ride to sign in.

How do I get involved?

Register yourself to ride from a local LJ Hooker office to the Nara Peace Park, Acton on Sunday 26 March. Each rider’s goal, to raise $500 each, toward the final costs of the installation of the Canberra Peace Bell pavilion.

Or sponsor riders with a donation towards their goal.
Once registered, each rider will receive information and details about the ride.

Where do I register to ride?

Complete the form opposite.

Mention your preferred sized Jersey and we will do our best to accommodate (S, M, L, XL).

Choose your ride start point:
LJ Hooker Canberra City (60km advanced riders)
LJ Hooker Dickson
LJ Hooker Gungahlin
LJ Hooked Kaleen
LJ Hooker Kippax
LJ Hooker Tuggeranong
LJ Hooker Weston Creek
LJ Hooker Woden.

Where can I donate?

Click opposite or go to the DONATE button above.
Donate as a guest through the Australian Cultural Fund
If you’d like to donate to a particular rider, ask for their rider ID and put the ID after your surname in the donation form.

Thanks for your support, we hope to see you there on the day!

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