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More than 10 Adair Countians in Women's March in Washington

'It was an astonishing experience to participate in this powerful, peaceful and historic event.' - Wendy Butler Burt
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By Wendy Butler Burt

Yesterday in Washington, DC, and in countless locations across this country and around the world, hundreds of thousands of women, men and children of all races, religions, and ethnicities gathered to declare their peaceful commitment to protecting the rights of ALL Americans and protecting the Earth.




More than 10 people from Adair County participated in the march including Wendy and Bob Burt, Sara Sproles, Joni Smalle and a car full of young women from Lindsay Wilson College: Hannah McCandless, president of the LWC student body; Morgan Sexton, Hannah Morrison, Katie Brown, abd Lexi Ferguson. The spirit of the march was unfailingly positive and enthusiastic.

Even the DC Police seemed to enjoy the marchers. For example, police standing outside their car that was on the march route and engulfed by marchers, when asked "if they ever felt surrounded," replied that "they'd never been surrounded by so many smiles."

It was an astonishing experience to participate in this powerful, peaceful and historic event. - Wendy Butler Burt



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Adair Countian sends back photo of Women's March



2017-01-22 - Washington, D.C. - Photo by Wendy Butler Burt.
'Yesterday in Washington, DC, and in countless locations across this country and around the world, hundreds of thousands of women, men and children of all races, religions, and ethnicities gathered to declare their peaceful commitment to protecting the rights of ALL Americans and protecting the Earth. - Wendy Butler Burt (Sun 22 Jan 2017. Photo 21 Jan 2017

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