Always There Global Art Project for Peace - JRC-DailyFreeman
Tania Barricklo-Daily Freeman   
Always There Site Coordinator Donna Slavin, rear center, and volunteer Mike Sanchez, rear left, help Bill Glennon of Kingston, a participant at Always There, with  coloring some lettering for the Global Peace Project the group is undertaking.To the left is Gil Hales of Sauerties, another participant in the Adult Day Program.The program at  Always There is a Social Day Program that offers cognitive and physical stimulation for particpants in need of supervision and a respite program for caregivers.The group is contributing art to the Global Art Project for Peace which includes 15,000 artists joining in a worldwide, multicultural celebration of peace and diversity durting the week of April 23-30.According to the project website, thousands of messages of global goodwil will simultaneously encircle the Earth as artists exchange their personal expressions of peace. Always There is exchanging with a groups in Arizona and Malaysia.

Tania Barricklo-Daily Freeman
Always There Site Coordinator Donna Slavin, rear center, and volunteer Mike Sanchez, rear left, help Bill Glennon of Kingston, a participant at Always There, with coloring some lettering for the Global Peace Project the group is undertaking.To the left is Gil Hales of Sauerties, another participant in the Adult Day Program.The program at Always There is a Social Day Program that offers cognitive and physical stimulation for particpants in need of supervision and a respite program for caregivers.The group is contributing art to the Global Art Project for Peace which includes 15,000 artists joining in a worldwide, multicultural celebration of peace and diversity durting the week of April 23-30.According to the project website, thousands of messages of global goodwil will simultaneously encircle the Earth as artists exchange their personal expressions of peace. Always There is exchanging with a groups in Arizona and Malaysia.