Attend #nokxl Vigil on Monday, Feb. 3

Jane Kleeb

CREDO is partnering with local groups to host vigils all across the nation on Monday at 5pm. We have four vigils registered on their website (see below) but you can also create your own!

If you can not come to one of these events below, you can add an event on the CREDO site for example, you can stand on the porch with a candle). Please post a pic on our FB page of your vigil or email it to

See all events or add an event of your own:
Host resources:

Lincoln: 5 pm, Governor’s Mansion (1425 H St.)
RSVP, click here

Omaha: 5 pm, 72nd & Dodge
RSVP, click here

York: 5 pm, “Build Our Energy” barn
RSVP, click here

Grand Island: Webb Road & State Street
RSVP, click here

Atkinson: 5 pm, (Exact location TBD)
RSVP, click here

What to Bring:
Wear your Pipeline Fighter t-shirt (or Randy, Windmills, etd) if you have one, and bring a homemade #NoKXL sign, or else you can download and print one of these signs:

Obama: Reject Keystone XL
KXL = Climate Change
Stop KXL

Another suggestion: Bring a mason jar or travel mug filled with water — to represent our concerns with KXL crossing the Ogallala Aquifer — or photos of your farms or ancestors to display. 

You can also bring an “electronic” candle or download a “candle” smartphone app.


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