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Detroit’s Hotter Than July! 2008 need volunteers

By | 2018-01-16T15:04:33-05:00 June 26th, 2008|News|

The Black Pride Society, Inc. producers and sponsors of the Midwest’s oldest same gender loving pride celebration, Detroit’s Hotter Than July is seeking volunteers to assist with the following Hotter Than July events. All persons wishing to volunteer should come to the Community Planning Meeting this Thursday, July 26 at 7 p.m. at Affirmations for sign-up and assignments.

Volunteers are needed for:
Ruth Ellis Pride Parade, Palmer Park, Saturday, July 19: Volunteers are needed to act as parade monitors, to sign parade participants in, assist with crowd control.

Opening VIP and Partner Reception, Hilton Garden Inn, Wednesday, July 23: Volunteers need to assist with set-up, host and greeters.

Genesis Conference, Hilton Garden Inn Friday, July 25: Volunteers needed to act as hosts and greeters.

Palmer Park Festival/Picnic, Saturday, July 26: Volunteers are needed to assist with park set-up, parking monitors, greeters, signing in vending partners, distributing tables and chairs to vendors, manning the Black Pride Society volunteer table, acting as safety monitors, re-stocking Porta-Johns and sinks during the day, assistance to performers and DJ’s etc.

Hotter Than July Soul Brunch, Sunday, The VUe Restaurant/Lounge, Cobo Hall, July 27: Volunteers needed to act as hosts and greeters.

If you are able to volunteer, please call 1-800-872-2437 and leave your name, contact information (phone and/or email address) and which event for which you are volunteering.

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