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  • Welcome signs in Boise are part of a national trend to counter anti-immigration tone

    Lauresta Welty, an administrator at the Hyde Park Mennonite Fellowship in Boise," has placed a "Welcome Your Neighbors" sign in front of her Boise home. Welty said she and the fellowship are hoping to convey a positive message.

Lauresta Welty, an administrator at the Hyde Park Mennonite Fellowship in Boise," has placed a "Welcome Your Neighbors" sign in front of her Boise home. Welty said she and the fellowship are hoping to convey a positive message. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Lauresta Welty, an administrator at the Hyde Park Mennonite Fellowship in Boise," has placed a "Welcome Your Neighbors" sign in front of her Boise home. Welty said she and the fellowship are hoping to convey a positive message. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

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