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How a 13-year-old girl brought LGBTQ pride to Buffalo Grove

Middle schooler Molly Pinta and her mother, Carolyn, have organized the northwest suburb’s first pride parade and festival.

Buffalo Grove’s inaugural LGBTQ pride parade and festival are Sunday, June 2 along a residential route that’s likely to attract throngs of people sporting rainbow-hued feather boas, beads, and maybe even a tutu or two. Just be sure to keep it all family-friendly, suggests Molly Pinta, the 13-year-old student at Twin Groves Middle School who organized the parade along with her mom Carolyn, a Spanish teacher at the school.…

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