Locals & Pups March on Live Cam to say 'Love is All You Need'

(Jackson, Wyo.) - Sunday morning, several volunteers joined the local organization People Spread Love to show the world a happy message via the viral live Jackson Hole Town Square Webcam. 

Several people walked across the Broadway crosswalk on Cache St. with letters spelling the words "Love is All You Need" with balloons, kids and pups in tow. 

The idea for this spurred from People Spread Love Founder Heather DeVine and Mayor Sara Flitner. They bumped into each other at the last Jackson Hole Farmer's Market and then cooked up the idea with Carrie Geraci and Bland Hoke from Jackson Hole Public Art.

"The main purpose of this was to express love and kindness," DeVine said. "The media is filled with the exact opposite of that and we wanted to express that the Jackson community hasn't forgotten what really matters. Since the webcam was there, it made the Town Square a great place to make a statement of love for all to see."

Watch the video here: 

Photo credit: Haley Deming with St. John's Episcopal Church