Vigil fights hatred

A group of 20 people collected Oct. 27 for a candlelight vigil. Joy Ufford photo

Joy Ufford photos

Robena Downie, wearing gold, reads the list of 11 Jewish congregants shot and killed on Oct. 27 in the Tree of Life Synagogue near Pittsburgh. A group of about 20 people gathered last Friday in front of the Sublette County Courthouse to hold candles, pray and meditate on the message, ‘Hatred has no home here.’ The vigil was organized by the Women’s Advocacy Group. Additional signs are still available by contacting Downie at [email protected] or Jana Weber at 307-367-3630.

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