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Charlotte: Chair named, bus benefit, queens, arts benefit, courthouse event, church relocation, list topper

Carolinas News Notes

Cathy Bessant was named chair of North Tryon Advisory Committee, Buff Faye’s 8th Annual St. Patty’s Get Lucky Party Bus is hitting the streets, Queens for A Cure Tour is coming to the Carolina, Different Roads Home has slated their Artstravaganza arts benefit, Justice Initiative is having its Evening at the Courthouse event, New Life MCC is moving to Gastonia, N.C. and UNC Charlotte made the top 25 list for affordable online colleges.

Triad: Vet group, justice conference

Carolinas News Notes

North Star LGBTQ Community Center has started a veteran’s support group and Creation Justice Network of the United Church of Christ Southern Conference will present “Creation Justice Pathways in North Carolina.”

Western: Elders meeting, AIDS walk, mile walk

Carolinas News Notes

The Southern Gerontological Society will hold its 38th annual meeting, AIDS Leadership Foothills-Area Alliance (ALFA) has announced details on its 8th Annual AIDS Walk & High Heel Dash and the 8th Annual Walk a Mile Asheville, The People’s March Against Rape, Sexual Assault and Gender Violence, has been slated.

South Carolina: Orgs condemnation, oyster roast

Carolinas News Notes

Upstate Pride SC and Gender Benders issued a condemnation against the Trump Administration for its reckless act of withdrawing guidance to protect transgender students and Alliance for Full Acceptance will hold an oyster roast.

Regional: Advocacy day registration open

Carolinas News Notes

The NC Speaks on Jones Street: North Carolina HIV/AIDS Advocacy Day will be held on April 25 at the North Carolina General Assembly. This date is a schedule change due to a legislative break which was previously reported.

U.S./World: Trans teen SCOTUS case, Trump pushback

Beyond the Carolinas

The U.S. Supreme Court vacated a lower court ruling and chose not to hear the case brought to it by Gavin Grimm and the City Council of the City of West Hollywood-approved an item that directs City of West Hollywood staff to take steps in prohibiting West Hollywood City Hall from doing business with entities that provide financial or other benefits to the President of the United States or his revocable trust.

How important is ‘his excuse’ when getting dumped?

Tell Trinity

A reader asks: “My boyfriend left me without a trace. A year later he returned with his new boyfriend. Now they want me to spend time with them. But I want some closure first. If I don’t get it, should I still see them? And how can I get over him for good?”