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If people in the LGBTQ-plus community wondered if there was much support for them, they saw it Saturday during Chatham-Kent’s second pride parade. Representatives from unions, companies, churches, agencies, political parties and other organizations were among the hundreds of people who took part in the parade in downtown Chatham on Saturday. Organized by the Chatham-Kent Gay Pride Association, the organization’s president Chris Couture said, “It makes me feel fantastic to be so warm and loved and accepted and celebrated.” He hopes this feeling of support is what members of the LGBTQ-plus community take away from
The inaugural Art in the Park Chatham was in Tecumseh Park this weekend, attracting crafters from the area and beyond to reveal their various artworks to the public eye. This weekend’s inaugural Art in the Park Chatham attracted crafters from the area and beyond to Tecumseh Park to showcase their various works to the public eye. Other Art in the Park events are moving their way across Southwestern Ontario this summer. Similar weekend-long events were in Windsor and Petrolia earlier in June and will be in Sarnia this September. Organizer Chris Glassford said the popularity of those events made him want to bring it here. “Art thrives here, so I definitely wanted to showcase what Chatham-Kent and outside areas have to offer,” said Glassford.
Regular/Planning Agenda Meeting
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