Carbondale shares group hug
Among the “Light up Carbondale” festivities for First Friday was a group hug on Main Street. “After the election so many people were walking around sad, scared and depressed,” observed organizer Debbie Bruell. That was particularly true for Carlos Herrerra and the local Latino community. “The campaign positions may not happen but they’re scary,” he observed. “A hug is a way of supporting each other.”
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