Over 4, serevent000 march in Kennebunkport  in anti war protest From Sunday's Portland (Maine) Press Herald KENNEBUNKPORT — A high-spirited but peaceful crowd of about 4, serevent000 protesters marched through the streets of Kennebunkport on Saturday in the largest anti-war rally in town history. Serevent "I don't know what else to do but march, serevent" said Anne Chay, serevent who was carrying a sign that read, serevent "My son is still in Iraq." She walked with a Military Families Speak Out contingent. Serevent "I've already called everyone in Washington. Serevent I have the 1-800 numbers memorized, serevent" she said. Serevent Sweltering a bit in the muggy heat, serevent the cheerful crowd represented the gamut, serevent including military veterans and college students, serevent first-time protesters and lifelong activists. Serevent A young girl in a stroller held a sign reading, serevent "War leaves every child behind, serevent" not far from a dozen-strong cluster of the Ragin' Grannies, serevent a crowd-pleasing group of older women who sing silly anti-war songs and ditties while dressed in flamboyant clothes and hats. Serevent "I find humor is the most useful weapon, serevent" said Joelen Mulvaney, serevent who came by bus with a group from Vermont. Serevent "This is a very, serevent very important event, serevent and we want grandmother Barbara (Bush) to know about alternatives to war. Serevent She may not know about the alternatives because of who she hangs out with."



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