SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. -- Days after Ku Klux Klan flyers were found in Saratoga Springs, community members assembled at a vigil for peace Wednesday.
Those gathered on Broadway said the flyers do not represent the city. They want to send the message that hate is not welcome in the spa city.
More than 100 people rallied at the corner of Lake Avenue and Broadway. People held up signs, chanted and sang to express peace and love. Organizers have also distributed flyers of their own to highlight the different welcoming and peace groups in the area.
"I can't be quiet when the KKK is in my town," said organizer Linda LeTendre. "That has to be answered; we have to be out in public and say no in a very public and loud way."
Anyone with information on the flyers is asked to contact Saratoga Springs police.