Support Rally at the Athens County Courthouse Monday 2/3/14 at 9:15 AM

Support Rally at the Athens County Courthouse Monday 2/3/14 at 9:15 AM at the arraignment of the eight farmers and local business leaders who were arrested for blocking frack waste trucks from entering an injection well disposal site operated by K&H Partners of West Virginia on Saturday. Those arrested include: Kip Rondy, owner of Green Edge Farms; Michelle Ajamian, owner of Shagbark Seed and Mill; Christine Hughes, owner of the Village Bakery; local pastor Smiles Welch, Liz Florentino, Caprice Huffman, Timothy Fultz, and Sean Pavlac, all of Athens County.

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3 thoughts on “Support Rally at the Athens County Courthouse Monday 2/3/14 at 9:15 AM

  1. Dorothy J. Rader

    Had prayer for these brave people this morning in Church. May God’s Holy Angels stand guard over them during their time in the Athens County Jail. Remember many of the Disciples were imprisoned during their years of preaching the Word of God. I salute you all! D.Rader

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  2. refnj2014

    I love the slogan, “Our Water, Our Lives. Their Poison, Their Lies” It’s a shame water quality is not addressed more often in regards to fracking. Unfortunately, the gneral public does not realize how precious water quality is until its taken from them, that’s what our program REF is trying to bring to light to take preventative measures against fracking in NJ 😦 #naturalresources #naturalrights #REFNJ2014

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