Valley Nuke March Is July 30

Anti-nuclear activists are asking the public to join them on a march to the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant on July 30. Marchers can start in Keene or Brattleboro. Vermont Yankee is three miles from Massachusetts and a stone’s throw from New Hampshire.

The march on Vermont Yankee is part of a 25 day March for a Nuclear Free World that will begin in Boston and end near Albany, New York. It will make stops at the Pilgrim nuclear power plant in eastern Massachusetts, and at the Seabrook nuclear power plant in eastern New Hampshire.

More information about the march is available from Tim Bullock. He can be reached by e-mail at or by phone at (413) 485-8469.

The march will end at the Peace Pagoda in Grafton, NY. A photo of the pagoda is at

More information about the pagoda is at

More information about Vermont Yankee is at


Daniel Sicken (pronounced

Daniel Sicken (pronounced SEE-kin) of Dummerston, Vermont is one of the marchers. He told the Valley Post on July 28 that the marchers will leave from 28 Vernon Street (aka Route 142) in downtown Brattleboro at 1:30 p.m. on July 30 and will walk south on Route 142 to Vermont Yankee. This is a five mile walk. There will be a rally at Vermont Yankee at 4 p.m. on July 30.

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