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PAGAN PRIDE DAY

Jami Erwood of Palm Harbor makes a wire pentacle with Caleb Paul, 3, of St. Petersburg, left, and Logan Scott, 6, of St. Petersburg. Erwood's daughter, Kayla, 8, far right, makes a tree ornament from pipe cleaners. Erwood served as the Children's Realm coordinator for Suncoast Pagan Pride Day 2004, held Saturday in Pinellas Park. The event encouraged education and pride in pagan identity through workshops, community and charity, including a food drive. Pagan is a term used by followers of various religious beliefs unconnected to Judeo-Christian religions. Some recognize Roman, Greek and Norse pantheons, some incorporate American Indian beliefs and some are pantheists. The pentacle is a five-pointed star and a prominent symbol in Wicca, a nature-based, earth-oriented religion.

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