Friday, July 06, 2012

Hippie Gathering Disbanding
Sullivan County Police Spokeswoman Leslie Earhart says the hippie gathering in Cherokee National Forest has been a fairly calm gathering. She says hundreds of the attendees of The Rainbow Family of Light national gathering are already leaving the Unicoi area after having camped in the region from late June until July 4. The gathering, held from July 1-5, is said to have attracted 10000 hippies to the Cherokee National Forest. The Forestry Service says they expect next year’s gathering to take place in a park on the West Coast of the country. Officials also ask that the public stay away from the Forest Road 87 area off Unicoi Rd. until traffic from the gathering decreases. (hra)

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