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Reader feedback: Re: Local Bahá'ís welcome the year 161 B.E. Bahá'í thanks

By Amanda Surbey, Apr 13 - 18, Vol 10, No 14

I had the opportunity of singing in Bratislava in March of 2000 as part of the Voices of Bahá, accompanied by the wonderful Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra. It's great to see the Bahá'ís are still going strong in Slovakia and that they are having wonderful events celebrating Bahá'í holy days using the arts. Thank you for reporting on this story.

Wendy Scott,
California, USA

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