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June 17, 2005

Events present a different way to do Pride

Dayton--A picnic in Kettering and a concert in Sandusky on June 12 presented different approaches to Pride Month festivities than the typical parade-and-festival model.

The picnic was presented by Diversity Dayton, while the concert with Jamie Anderson in Sandusky was organized by Firelands Pride.

�After this entertainment event, we went down to Club X for a fantastic picnic that was donated by Harvey Hayes, the club�s owner,� said Firelands Pride committee member John Baker. �It was a great time!�

The Diversity Day picnic drew about 50 people to the park in Kettering. Figures were not available for the Firelands Pride event.

�I want to put out a very special �thank you� to Dan Tepfer and all of the Dayton P-FLAG members who helped with the event food,� said R.J. McKay, coordinator of Diversity Dayton. �We could not have done this without their help!�

According to McKay, rain in the morning dampened attendance, but the afternoon weather was perfect.

�This year�s event is already being scrutinized, so next year�s event should be even bigger and better,� he noted.


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