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Guest Column from Cindy Obrand, KX93.5 FM
Laguna Beach will hold its own rally on Jan 21 to support the Women’s March on Washington. This local effort has grown through word of mouth, grassroots style, where local folks will stand in solidarity with the Women’s March in Washington.
Start: Jan 21 – 10 a.m.End: 12 noon
Main Beach and Coast Highway.
The musicians performing are: Local legends, Beth Fitchet Wood and Steve Wood, singer-songwriter and local activist Joel Rafael, KX935’s own Jason Feddy, 6th grader, Emily Hayden and the rockabilly band, Off the Vinyl. A singalong with Tom Joliet and his merry band of ukulele players will get the crowd singing and fired up. Heck, we might even dance!
I have a meeting with the city and radio on Tuesday to apply for the permit. KX93.5 has really stepped up to the plate for us. I will attend the city council meeting Tuesday night to share our information on the rally. A Facebook event page is going up through KX93.5 Community Radio.
Please reach out to foundations, schools, churches and other organizations and businesses to spread the word. I just got off the phone with a UCI professor who is bringing her students to Laguna Beach for the rally! There is a busload of old gals coming from Laguna Woods. How bout that!
Stay tuned for more details. Spread the word.