Some members of the World Life Institute including Chris Wilson, center, stand at attention after raising the American flag on April 2, 2016 when the organization held a dedication service for The Colonnade, the former Medina Masonic Temple at 229 West Center St. The Colonnade is the world-wide headquarters for World Life Institute, which runs humanitarian and educational programs in several countries. These WLI members Chad Scott, left, and Ameen Ghani, right, both served in the military with Scott enlisted from 1999 to 2003 while Ghani served from 1964 to 1967. Wilson served as World Life’s international director of the Project Life program. That program has hosted about 130 children from war-torn Bosnia, Afghanistan and Chechnya for a summer of peace and education.

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