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Miller to speak at GLFD event
Former Dallas Mayor Laura Miller will speak
at the Gay and Lesbian Fund for Dallas member-
ship kickoff event at 6 p.m. on Tuesday Sept. 13,
in the Fifth Floor Owners' Lounge at The House
at Victory Park, 2200 Victory Park Ave.
GLFD raises money to support local organiza-
tions outside the LGBT community to raise the
visibility of and awareness of philanthropy in the
LGBT community. Among previous GLFD bene-
ficiaries are The Women's Museum, Parkland
Hospital, the Latino Cultural Center, the Dallas
Symphony and Southern Methodist University.
Until now, money was raised through dona-
tions and events. Now, GLFD is soliciting mem-
berships. A basic annual membership fee is $50,
For $200, the "Advocate" level also includes two
invitations to an annual member appreciation
event. The $500 "Philanthropic Partner" level also
includes optional website recognition.
Anyone who would like to attend should email
Keith Nix at email@example.com.
UUCOC offers grief workshop
The Unitarian Universalist Church of Oak Cliff,
3839 West Kiest Blvd., will begin a grief workshop
series and a speakers forum next week.The work-
shop series is for those coping with loss, whether
from the death of a loved one, the end of a rela-
tionship or termination from a job.
Hosted by the Rev. Mark Walz, the workshops
will be lead by the Rev. Xolani Kecala, chaplain
and affiliated minister of UUCOC.
Interested parties should call 214-337-2429 to re-
serve a space. The workshops take place Sept. 15
and Oct. 13.
The Second Wednesday Speaker's Forum kicks
off on Sept. 14 with Garrett Mize, Texas Freedom
Network's youth advocacy coordinator.
Mize's efforts focus on engaging young people
to become leaders in advocating for evidence-
based, comprehensivesex education.
Light refreshments and discussion begin at 6:30
p.m. Mize's presentation begins at 7 p.m. followed
by a service from 8 p.m. to8:30 p.m. focusing on
the evening's topic.
Austin Pride to help wildfire victims
Austin Pride events scheduled for Saturday will
continue as planned, despite wildfires that have
ravaged surrounding counties this week. But in
response to the fire, Pride organizers said they are
organizing a clothing and non-perishable food
drive with GoingUpDay.org to help those dis-
placed by the fires, which have? destroyed more
than 1,300 homes, many in Bastrop County, just
east of Austin.
Austin Pride takes place Saturday, Sept. 10 in
downtown Austin at Riverside Drive and South
1st Street at 8 a.m. For more information, visit
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