Organized by the non-profit Gay and Lesbian Services Organization as a fund-raiser, the festival on the Robert F. Stephens Courthouse Plaza at Main and North Limestone streets attracted crowds for food, drink, and performances, including bands and five separate events oriented for kids.
Despite a family-friendly atmosphere, for much of the day, a plane circled over the festival with a banner in red letters that referenced Sodom and Gomorrha. The flying banner was sponsored by the Bluegrass Church of Christ in Scott County, a church with a congregation of fewer than 12 people. Dan Moody, a member of the church said the $2,200 expense for the banner Saturday was "money well spent."
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