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PRIDE PICNIC AT PIPER PARK, BREAD & ROSES BENEFIT

The Spahr Center hosted its second annual Pride Picnic on June 10 at Piper Park in Larkspur. The picnic was a celebration of Marin’s diverse inter-generational LGBTQ population. There were between 150 and 200 people in attendance in addition to many community partners and local organizations, including the Marin Chapter of the ACLU, the Marin Women’s Commission, Gay Pink Spots – LGBTQ directory, Huckleberry Youth Programs, the Center for Domestic Peace, Next Generation Foundation and Legal Aid Marin. Pictured are community members. -Photo courtesy of The Spahr Center

Picnickers enjoyed burgers donated by West Marin’s Stemple Creek Ranch and ice cream donated by Petaluma’s Three Twins Ice Cream. Pictured (top) are picnic participants and (bottom, from left) Marin County School Superintendent Mary Jane Burke and The Spahr Center board member Ruth Dell. -Photos courtesy of The Spahr Center


The annual Spring benefit concert presented by Bread & Roses featured John Paul White and Marlon Williams Great American Music Hall in San Francisco. The
event raised money to support Bread & Roses' year round program that brings music to underserved communities in the Bay Area. Pictured (top, from left) are performers Suzanne Santo and Marlon Williams, Bread & Roses board member Philip Pillsbury and Benjamin Jaffe of HoneyHoney. Pictured (bottom, from left) are event committee member Stacy Nelson with board member Adam Fells and wife Cheryl Jacobs. -Photos courtesy of Ken Friedman/Bread & Roses Presents

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