A cold and blustery Sunday afternoon didn’t stop some from coming out in support of Taylorville’s first colors of pride festival. Cara Otey, President of the Colors of Pride group at the High School says they are excited to be able to give exposure to the community.
Eric Farden, Social and Emotional Counselor and group co-advisor for the event was happy to see so many come out to the event.
Otey says they did laps around the track to get sponsors which will help the group. This is a new program and they are raising money so they can do exciting activities in the future.
There were games, stickers, music, and a lot of pride Sunday afternoon in Taylorville. Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves.