Jul 9, 2016 2:37 PM
MANCHESTER - Aiming to bring positive energy and love to the community in the wake of a violent week, Sonia Farris, of Goffstown, and the Farris family gave out free hugs in front of Ben & Jerry's in downtown Manchester Friday night.
Farris organized the love mob to bring a message about a better way to deal with violence.
Farris wrote on her Facebook page: "The need to love louder has been nagging at us all day. Want our children to feel empowered to action and give them a vehicle for light when the world seems dark."
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