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Logan Pride Fest Grows in Second Year

Herald Journal Saturday, Sep. 09, 2017

An event that many within the LGBTQ community never thought they would see in Cache Valley was held Saturday for a second year and looks to continue the growth in the future. ... Logan Pride Chair Jess Zamora was amazed at the turnout and felt that the move from the Center Street area, where last year’s festival was held, was a good choice to provide a safer environment for all attendees. ... Randy Golding, who serves as Logan Pride’s entertainment and marketing coordinator, said despite this being called the second year for the Logan Pride Fest, there actually was a “Pride Festival” hosted by students at Utah State University in the 80s, so this year’s fest could be considered the third event in Logan. ... Creating a “safe place” and building for the LGBTQ community is a top priority, Zamora said, as they plan further activities and engage USU students and those moving to the valley.

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