Our morning began bright and early with Hope Winter from WIVB 4 in Buffalo reporting in live for their morning show.
Hope did about seven live crosses from the team to their morning show.
You can watch the news story here.
Our very special thanks to the Courtyard by Marriott at Buffalo Airport for offering the men's team complimentary rooms last night. This generosity helps our team immensely.
Boys and Girls Club ceremony filmed by local NBC station.
Harita introducing the Peace Run
One of our favorite games: finding our team members' country on the map.
Pointing out India on the map.
Purnakama teaching the World Harmony Run song with movements to the kids.
Teaching the movements with the song.
Singing our Peace Run song
Skit demonstrating helping our teammates.
Thumbs up for the peaceful skit
Feeling peace in our hearts.
Favorite moment for the kids: holding the Peace Torch and offering their wishes for peace.
Camp staff running with the torch.
Under the bridge!
Presenting the camp with a Jharna Kala painting by Sri Chinmoy, "Love the children"
Director of the Boys and Girls Club thanking the team for their visit.
Arpan showing our journey from New York to Chicago
Santiva being interviewed by local reporter.
On the road after Boys and Girls club
One of our favorite parts of the Run is meeting heartfelt people on the road.
Kevin and Cindy with Twinkle the dog in the background! They saw one of our runners earlier in the day and they tracked us down in the afternoon by the lake in Westfield.
Mayor Wilfred Rosas greeted the team at the Dunkirk boardwalk. "Welcome to the city of Dunkirk, we stand so proud to welcome you to this city. It's important that we get this message out. In communities all over the world, and Dunkirk is no exception, we have racism and we have hate."
Santiva presented Mayor Rosas with a certificate of appreciation for the city of Dunkirk.
At the beautiful waterfront with Lake Erie in the background.