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Archive for March, 2017

PostHeaderIcon April 2017 Newsletter

It’s nearly spring–and maybe that means more sun!  In the meantime, our bright and cheery newsletter will bring you great stories and photos about LGBTQ info from all over.  Thanks again to our ace editor, Nel Ward, for another juicy newsletter! The April 2017 newsletter can be found at this link.
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And thanks to contributor Debby Miller for the important info on how to protect yourself and your partner should one of you die without the legal protections of marriage or domestic partnership.  Forms are available to give your partner, rather than a previous spouse, domestic partner, or family member, the right to make decisions for the care of your remains. See page 4 of the April newsletter for details.
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And save the weekend of June 3-4 for the Yachats Pride Festival–tickets are going fast for the Cris Williamson concert on June 3rd.  http://yachatspride.org/

PostHeaderIcon March 2017 Newsletter

The latest edition of our dynamite newsletter for Oregon Central Coast PFLAG can be found here.
In our newsletter you can find information and photos about our 5th Annual Love is Love Community Valentine Party!  Thanks again to Nel Ward, our dedicated editor!
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And take this opportunity to read the article in the newsletter about our new co-chair, Nickey Collier.  We’re delighted to welcome her to our dynamic team.
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At our March 8 PFLAG meeting we’ll watch and discuss Katy Couric’s exploration into the subject of gender in the National
Geographic documentary, “Gender Revolution: A Journey with Katie Couric.”  Don’t miss this opportunity to share this important information with the larger community.  Following the showing, the film may be borrowed to show to other groups in schools or the community.