Solidarity with Orlando vigil – June 13th

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The vigil was held in Springer Market Square last night.  Many many people showed up to show their support and blessings for those lost and those survived in Orlando.  In attendance were members from Local 468 as well as many other brothers and sisters.  Some say it was just over 500 and others say it was 1000 in attendance.  You be the judge with the photos.  Unfortunately, Jim was a very busy person helping put the event together so only a few photos were taken.  But please check with your local news media because they were all present.  And please think about attending or participating by watching the Kingston Pride Parade this Saturday, June 18th starting at 12 noon.

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