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Permits Approved For Demonstrators

April 18, 2012 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Town of Jackson No Comments
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Jackson town council has approved the pro-life ministry group, Operation Save America to stage a special event on the Town Square from Wednesday through Friday, May 16th through 18th, and again Sunday, May 20th; but did not approve their demonstration there during Elk Fest May 19th.  On that date, the Council approved the request for the Elk Fest activities which include the Boy Scout Expo and the annual Antler Auction.  Mayor Mark Baron says the group still may request permission for their special event in another location within town for Saturday.  In their application, Operation Save America asked for flexibility in the size of the graphic display planned for the Town Square of up to a total of 1600 square feet and possibly as high as 20 feet tall, but Council’s approval included a condition limiting the size to no larger than 10 feet x 80 feet.  That display on the Town Square will be installed each morning at 8:00 am and removed each evening at 6:00 pm.  Operation Save America will also be protesting along 900 West Broadway, but no other locations have been requested for special events.  Operation Save America is a pro-life gospel ministry group whose stated mission is to publicly preach about Jesus and against abortion and other issues.

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