Rainbow Pride — Following an incident which saw a Pride flag erected at the Town Green kiosk torn down and vandalized, the town stepped up to provide support to its LGBTQ citizens. The lights over the Town Green’s fountains were turned into a large, glittering version of the rainbow flag, and after a few impassioned presentations during the June 19 meeting on why the town’s lack of Pride involvement was hurtful, a proclamation in support in honor of pride. Councilmember Sam Salmon read the English version, and councilmember Esther Lemus read the Spanish version.

 Photos Lorene Romero

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