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Hundreds form sign of peace

The world record attempt is part of Martin Luther King Jr. Day festivities

By Marcie Kagawa

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 22, 2013

~~<p>GUIDED by a long piece of string on the ground and a man with a bullhorn, hundreds of people &mdash; residents and visitors, young and old &mdash; stood shoulder to shoulder in Kapiolani Park on Monday in an attempt to form the world's largest human peace sign.</p>
<p>Although they fell short, organizer Eric Butler said the spirit of the endeavor &mdash; on Martin Luther King Jr. Day &mdash; was achieved.</p>
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GUIDED by a long piece of string on the ground and a man with a bullhorn, hundreds of people — residents and visitors, young and old — stood shoulder to shoulder in Kapiolani Park on Monday in an attempt to form the world's largest human peace sign.

Although they fell short, organizer Eric Butler said the spirit of the endeavor — on Martin Luther King Jr. Day — was achieved. Login for more...



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