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  • Georgetown's first Pride Festival brings community together

    Georgetown's first Pride Festival filled Royal Springs Park with music, booths and rainbow flags Saturday. More than a hundred supporters attended the event, which was put on in hopes of raising awareness about a push for a fairness ordinance in Georgetown.

Georgetown's first Pride Festival filled Royal Springs Park with music, booths and rainbow flags Saturday. More than a hundred supporters attended the event, which was put on in hopes of raising awareness about a push for a fairness ordinance in Georgetown. meads@herald-leader.com
Georgetown's first Pride Festival filled Royal Springs Park with music, booths and rainbow flags Saturday. More than a hundred supporters attended the event, which was put on in hopes of raising awareness about a push for a fairness ordinance in Georgetown. meads@herald-leader.com

Georgetown’s first Pride Festival brings awareness to push for fairness ordinance

October 08, 2016 3:40 PM