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Motor City Pride planning under way

By | 2010-03-04T09:00:00-05:00 March 4th, 2010|News|

The Motor City Pride Planning Committee is hosting an organizational meeting to discuss the 39th annual Motor City Pride. The discussion will be held at the Affirmations LGBT community center in Ferndale at 2 p.m. March 7.
The Motor City Pride festival is held every year in downtown Ferndale and attracts thousands from Michigan’s LGBT and allied community. This year, the main event is scheduled for Sunday, June 6.
The March 7 meeting will be held to inform interested volunteers about plans, hear volunteer ideas and come up with ways for people to get involved. In mid-March, volunteer sign up for helping out on the day of Pride will begin.
Those interested in helping out with the 2010 Motor City Pride but unable to attend this meeting should contact MCP chair Dave Wait at dave@tri.org. To learn more about Motor City Pride, visit http://www.motorcitypride.com.

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