Lisa Thredgold plans to climb Ensign Peak 40 times with her banners to Protect Every Child.
On May 5th, Lisa did her climb for Sean Escobar.
On May 22nd, Lisa participated in PEC’s Climb to the Y Hike
On Tuesday, July 9, 2019, Lisa wrote, “Tonight is night 35. I love climbing because I’m able to talk to people and most people are supportive, some laugh at someone carrying a flag up there, but I tell myself I’m doing this for your children and their safety and happiness. I love sitting on top and looking out at the view and feeling that there are others up there looking down in love and support. I truly feel this is a group of people standing on the front lines of a righteous battle to protect the children and stop the suffering in silence and standing on the right side of God’s true love for the children His children.”
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
Sign the new Petition:
Climb a mountain, hilltop or driveway. Unfurl a banner and share it.
Come to the March for the Children on October 5, 2019 in Salt Lake City. This is the big one.
If we have 5,000 marchers, the national media will be all over it. Institutions will be warned.
Huge awareness will be raised. Children will be protected. Past victims will take solace.
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