Per the L4 Facebook page
We are excited to announce Alamance Pride for Saturday, October 7th – as part of National LGBT History Month and National Coming Out Month.
Alamance Pride is a nonprofit organization serving the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer) communities of Alamance County by organizing and presenting an annual Pride festival.
The formation of an Asheville-based LGBTQ Bowling League was announced on Facebook yesterday.
WELCOME to the Asheville LGBTQ Bowling League. The first organizational meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 18th at 7pm.
Sky Lanes, Asheville, NC – At this meeting dates and times will be established for the league.
Form a team or sign up to be on a team. Teams consist of 4 people (an alternate is always a good idea).
The initial season will last 10 weeks (start date tbd)
Further seasons will be developed depending on community involvement.
Let’s get together and bust some pins!
For more information visit the Asheville LGBTQ Bowling League Facebook Page.
A recent website visitor alerted us to Sandhills Pride, an active 501(c)3 serving Moore County, North Carolina.
Located in the sandhills region of North Carolina, the pride group actively supports a number of programs, including a food bank, animal rescue, scholarships, and of course the LGBTQ community.
Sandhills Pride holds local social and fundraising events throughout the year and participates in the Adopt-a-Highway program.
Sandhills Pride has been added to our Pride Boards and Committees Page.