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Charlotte center says happy holidays
The LGBT Community Center of Charlotte is saying happy holidays to all of its supporters and asking for your year-end support.
In a holiday message to supporters, the center said 2012 was a year of achievement. Next year will bring more, as the organization moves into its new space on N. Davidson St.
The Board of Trustees would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your interest in and support of The LGBT Community Center of Charlotte.2012 was an amazing year for The Center – we led a number of great activities this year including:
- Our seventh Annual Pride Charlotte Festival (2nd year in Uptown!), fourth Annual Transgender Day of Rememberence, fourth Annual GayCharlotte Film Festival and second Annual Stonewall Celebration.
- New community groups for men, women and young adults as well as new recurring activities such as yoga classes, community Bible studies and other educational programming.
- Outstanding Arts projects including The Human Canvas, Project Colors and the amazing Mural Project wrapping the entire exterior of The White Rabbit at 920 Central Avenue.2013 is looking to be another fantastic year for The Center as we move to a larger and more flexible space in NoDA at the corner of North Davidson and 28th Streets (a few steps from Amelies!). You can read more about our move at gaycharlotte.com.Help us make 2013 the greatest year in The Center’s history by making a year-end, tax-deductible donation in support of the diverse programming and events we’ve continued to offer as well as the expanded programming our larger location will alllow us to deliver. You can make your donation today online at gaycharlotte.com/donate.Happy Holidays from YOUR Community Center!
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