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Locals Take Part in Tax March

Approximately 350 marchers walked from Jacobs Beach past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church on April 15 as part of the Connecticut Shoreline Indivisible Tax March.

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Mary-Jane Kenley and Joan Means pose for a photo at Jacobs Beach before the march. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. The group gathered at the end, Joan Means with the megaphone thanked folks for marching and they ended the event with a reciting of the pledge of allegience. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Will Shain, Cynthia Russo, Carol Rubino and Robin Macy gather at Jacobs Beach for the start of the march. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. John Girard, Steve Krevisky and Lucy Earley gather at Jacobs beach at the start of the march. Patty Kantrowitz poses with her sign before the march starts. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Jose Ramos poses with his sign. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Mary-Jane Kenley and Joan Means lead the march from Jacobs Beach. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Joan Means talks with fellow marchers along the way. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Deb Simon and Rob Curry Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Janet Lynch makes her way across the Boston Post Rd with the rest of the group. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. There was one gentleman who was not in favor of the march, and two cars that passed that boo'd the marchers. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Cathy Cassar started the Connecticute Shoreline Individible group. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Deb SImon and Kate Powers wait with the rest of the protesters to cross the road. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. The group gathered at the end, Joan Means with the megaphone thanked folks for marching and they ended the event with a reciting of the pledge of allegience. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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Connecticut Shoreline Individible organized a TAXMARCH in Guilford to coincide with the other marches across the nation. They were "marching for transparency through release of Trump's taxes". Around 350 marchers participated walking from Jacobs Beach to just past the Green to a grassy spot behind the Congregational Church. The group gathered at the end, Joan Means with the megaphone thanked folks for marching and they ended the event with a reciting of the pledge of allegience. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo

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