Nancy Dickmon adds two folding chairs to an estimated 1,100 chairs before the start of a rally to protest people entering the country illegally at Centennial Park in Fort Myers on Monday. People who were unable to attend could pay $5 for a chair to help signify that they would not leave work to join the protest. Money raised was used for police security and setup costs.

Photo by Cary Edmondson, Daily News

Nancy Dickmon adds two folding chairs to an estimated 1,100 chairs before the start of a rally to protest people entering the country illegally at Centennial Park in Fort Myers on Monday. People who were unable to attend could pay $5 for a chair to help signify that they would not leave work to join the protest. Money raised was used for police security and setup costs.

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