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Celebrating 40 Years Since Stonewall
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Seattle Pride Turns 35 This Year

June 28, 2009 in Downtown Seattle on 4th Ave

In our 35th year, we need your help more than ever. The economy is tough and money is tight. We realize that you may not be able to help financially, but we are an all volunteer organization and depend on more than your donations and our sponsorships. We need volunteers and more important the community to get involved.

This year we want to hear your ideas to use as our Theme, who should be our Grand Marshals, and any other suggestion you might have for us.

To submit your ideas, please drop us an email at info@seattlepride.org


Ever Thought About Getting Involved?
We are looking for potential Board Member candidates

Seattle Out and Proud is activily seeking potential board candidates. We have several positions available, do you think you have what it takes to be on our team? Perhaps you know someone that would be a great fit and can give us several hours of time per month! We are an all volunteer board of directors dedicated to our mission "To Create Unity, Honor Diversity, and Achieve Equal Human Rights throughout our Region and the World. "

We need people in the following areas of expertise:

  • Assistant Parade Director
  • Book Keeper
  • Graphic Design
  • Web Development
  • Marketing
  • Public Relations

To express your interest in a board position or if you wish to volunteer your time, please email us your resume and contact information and we will forward on an application to you.


"Over the Course of a Lifetime" by J. G. Woodward
The Human Rights Campaign receives a $1.00 donation for each paperback and E-Book sold.

The story is based in Southern California. Marcus is a straight man born in 1930 whom against all odds, finds the woman of his dreams, in spite of the problems that he and Marie must overcome. They love, they strive, they succeed, and they spend their entire lifetimes together, despite the deck being stacked against them as the most overlooked minority population in the country.

This love story is laced with historical facts and laws that are educational for the reader; yet, it is uproariously funny. It challenges you to bend your conception of past and present time. This novel promises to expand your thinking and to pose questions in your mind. It is uplifting, intellectually intriguing, and best of all, it has a happy ending.

J. G. Woodward

J. G. Woodward, a descendent of Edgar Allan Poe, General Robert E. Lee, and President George Washington, obtained Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Kent State University. She makes her home in Akron, Ohio and she is known as “The People’s Poet,” due to her ability to reach a diversity of readers. Woodward was a winner in the 2008 J. B. Solomon Poetry Contest and several of her poems are included in that publishing house’s anthology poetry book. Over the Course of a Lifetime is Woodward’s debut novel.

 

VolunteerVolunteer!

Come join the fun.  Make new friends. Be a part of the Seattle Pride Team.  It's a big, gay adventure!

Sign up today!

 


Sponsorship for Seattle Pride 2009!
For more information about Pride sponsorship opportunities, please contact:

Easterday Promotions

email: sponsorship@seattlepride.org
phone: 206.720.0359
website: click here


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Or any other event that would benefit the LGBT community. Please email your event information, website link, etc. to info@seattlepride.org

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