The January 2017 newsletter for PFLAG Oregon Central Coast can be found here.
Our January Schedule is below and for more information see the newsletter at the link above.
–January 9, 4:00-6:00 pm: LGBTQ Happy Hour, All Welcome!— Georgie’s Beachside Grill, Newport
Zoyer Syndel—at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 9th & Hurbert, Newport–January 14: LGBTQ Social for Teens and Young Adults! 634 NE 7th Street, Newport (More information: (541)272-7817 or (541)829-9049)–January 15, 3:00 pm: Kirsten Collier, speaker—Driftwood Library, Lincoln City (See p. 4 of the newsletter at the link above.)
–January 21: March in solidarity with the Women’s March in Washington, D.C. (See p. 1 of newsletter. Also more information below. )
–January 22, 11:00 am: OUT OR Coast Women’s Coffee – Café Mundo, Newport
–January 29, 10:15 am: C.M. Hall, an LGBTQ activist will speak at Central Coast Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. The Title of the presentation is–“A Journey of Questioning, Identity, Truth, and Spiritual Activism: How One Queer Chick Became a Flamboyant UU.” The UU fellowship meets at the Visual Arts Center (the VAC) on the Second Floor, on the Nye Beach Turnaround, 777 Northwest Beach Drive. Enter the building from the west entrance on the second level. For more information and a longer description of her presentation, see https://ccuuf.org/
January 21 STRONGER TOGETHER MARCH in Newport, Oregon and we are hoping you will join us. Bring your daughters and sons, your grandchildren and your friends as we march to protect civil rights, protect vulnerable communities and the earth. We march in solidarity with the National Women’s March in Washington D.C., the March in Portland and across the USA.
Our expected schedule is this:
- 11:30 am Meet up at City Hall
- 12 Noon Begin March, walking south along 101 sidewalk
- 12:15- 1:00 Arrive @ Hallmark gathering between 12:15 and 1:00pm.
- 1 -2 pm Rally at the Hallmark Resort, lower level
It is a great collaboration between Nel Ward, Editor, and Ineka Estabrook, PFLAG OCC Chair. Thanks to both of them for a great effort!
This month’s PFLAG meeting on May 11 will include a discussion about the pro’s and con’s of visibility for LGBT people and issues. Be there and participate!
Welcome to our April edition of the PFLAG Oregon Central Coast newsletter.
It can be found here. We greatly appreciate the hard work and dedication of our editor, Nel Ward!
We could use your help and support for about 30 min. on Wed., April 13 at 9:30 AM at the Board of Commissioners meeting in the Courthouse on Olive St. in Newport. The Commissioners will be presenting PFLAG and the GSA kids with a Proclamation of Upstander Week in Lincoln County. Ineka and the GSA kids will share some of their experiences with helping their schools eliminate bullying and build a healthy school climate. Hope you can be there to be “PFLAG’s Posse” at this annual event.
The BOC meeting room is right near the entrance in the back parking lot. Hope to see you there!