People of Lorain Pride Day

These are the Lorain Pride Day projects that I caught up with yesterday:

Settlers’ Watch, Eric Barnes’ Heroes Walk, Admiral Ernest J. King Tribute Site –
Charleston Village Society

On Broadway between the Broadway Building and the old bank –
Church of the Open Door

On Broadway at West 9th, in front of Scorchers –
Rick Soto, Cel Rivera, Cindy & John Gargasz

East 28th Street Underpass –
Familia Ryderz and Councilwoman Joanne Moon

2 replies to “People of Lorain Pride Day

    1. People are tired of waiting for the city to do something and are starting to take matters into their own hands. You’ll see when I post the ‘after’ photos from Pride Day 🙂


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