TIFFIN, OH — Middle school students that are members of the Peace Club visited with Mayor Aaron Montz on Tuesday.
“He was so attentive to their questions and concerns and encouraged them to recruit more members into the Peace Club and work especially to reduce or stop the usage of straws except for the people who really need them. Thanks Mayor!,” Sister Paulette Schroeder, one of the club’s advisors, said.
The Peace Club is led by Sister Paulette Schroeder and teacher Breena Lofquist. The club is made up of 6th, 7th and 8th graders.
The club is designed to help students learn how to connect and organize with others interested in peace. It’s a framework that promotes learning about peace and gaining skills to deal with conflict; and then putting those elements together to find ways to take action to make the world a better place.
“Thank you for all that you and the Tiffin Middle School Peace Club are doing!,” Mayor Montz said.
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