Pagans Hope To Erase Misconceptions Through Pride Festival

Organizers of the Pagan Pride Festival in downtown Lexington said their goal of the even was to raise awareness about paganism.

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dsmom - 9/29/2013 10:31 AM
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I attended this year's festival, and was really impressed on the variety of the different Pagan paths. I believe this can do a great deal for our community and thought it was neat they were raising food for the Catholic Action Center soup kitchen.
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