Carolinas News Notes
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Charlotte Pride is saying goodbye to 2013 with an end-of-year giving campaign to support planning for the area’s 2014 festival and parade in the Queen City.
The funds will enable Charlotte Pride to continue to keep the event free, fun and fabulous, organizers said. They want to expand the size and footprint of the 2014 festival and add additional vendors, entertainment and attractions
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