Vermonters join march for peace

LAST MONTH’S PILGIMAGE for Peace swelled to around 300 participants by the time it arrived in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 21. Marchers lobbied for an immediate ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas conflict in Gaza. Holding the corners of the pilgrimage banner are Joanna Colwell of Ripton, left, and Lindsey Berk of Brandon. Photo courtesy of Joanna Colwell

Joanna Colwell and Lindsey Berk have for years faithfully rallied around humanitarian and environmental causes at the local level.

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