An organization known as SAFE Family Idaho is hosting a Freedom Rally on Saturday, July 24 in downtown Boise. The rally will be at Cecil D. Andrus Park, across from the state capitol. In addition to a Freedom March, the event will have live music, food trucks, vendors, and information booths, plus face-painting, bracelet-making, and balloons for the kids.
According to Sherry Gorrell and Juliana Playter, event coordinators, people are asked to meet at Cecil D. Andrus Park at noon for the Freedom March that will make its way through downtown Boise starting at 12:15. Attendees are encouraged to wear royal blue to show solidarity with Idaho’s Health Care Professionals who are being told they must receive a Covid-19 “vaccine” before September 1st or they will lose their jobs. March participants will be given Freedom Balloons to pass out as they make their way through downtown.
Participants in the Freedom March will return to Cecil D. Andrus Park by 1:15, and at 1:30 a series of speakers will address the crowd, speaking on what is needed to restore full freedom to Idahoans. The event is open to all ages, and event coordinators are encouraging people to get connected with others at the event and become active in the effort to restore freedom.
More information about the Freedom Rally is available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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