51 College St., Wilmington, Ohio 45177(937) 382-6661
Wilmington is a Quaker-related college, and the Peace Resource Center (PRC) exists as one of the major ways to implement the peacemaking and reconciliation elements in the Mission Statement of the College. The Center was founded in August, 1975, when Barbara Reynolds, Quaker peace activist, formally presented her Hiroshima/Nagasaki Memorial Collection to the College. A permanent exhibit highlights four stories designed to inform and inspire. The Wilmington College Peace Resource Center has a long-standing commitment to peace and justice. Since 1975, it has taken an active role in providing peace education materials both locally and throughout the country. Open September - April 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.; May - August By Appointment Only; Closed Christmas - New Year's Day.