PFLAG Alamance

                   Parents, families, friends and allies

                        United with LGBTQ people

                                  To move equality forward

 

PO Box 623                 Elon, NC  27244              336-584-8722

 

      Website: www.pflagalamance.org  

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PFLAG Alamance Monthly Meeting 
Welcoming new people and old friends

 
Our Annual Holiday Pot-luck Dinner
Tuesday, December 10, 2019
6:00 p.m. 

It's a great time to share good food, get to know  
your fellow PFLAG Chapter members and welcome 
some  new people to our chapter family. 

  Cook up some of your favorites to add to the table. 
Don't worry about what you bring to share.
Potlucks always work! 
 
Have a story we need to hear?  There will be time
for this as well.  After all, this is PFLAG!  

Location:
Community Life Center
Elon Community Church UCC
271 N. Williamson Ave. 
Elon, NC

 
NOTE: IF YOU HAVEN'T ALREADY SIGNED  UP FOR ATTENDANCE,  
EMAIL US AT   www.info@pflagalamance.org TO BE SURE
 WE HAVE ENOUGH SEATS SET UP  

THERE'S PLENTY OF ROOM, SO BRING A FRIEND 
 
  

It's why PFLAG Alamance is here!


THE BURLINGTON  CHRISTMAS  PARADE
2019

Don and Andy had the big blue Caddie ready for the holiday parade, and, alas, it rained . . . Alamance Pride was gracious in inviting our folk to join them on their beautiful float.


It takes more than rain to keep tough guys out of a big parade. Recognize any others?


Keep your fingers crossed for next year!

 

OCTOBER BEGAN OUR 2019-20 MEMBERSHIP YEAR . . . are your dues in?

 

Just print this application, or make you own. All we need is your local address, phone, and email.

 

   

Best idea is to bring it to the meeting next week!

(Scholarships available...see Ray Pollard)

 

 

Welcome to PFLAG Alamance. We offer a safe, confidential space in which to explore our feelings and understandings about the LGBTQ experience, especially "coming out" and what this means to families and other loved ones. Listen and share as much or as little as you feel comfortable with, knowing that others can understand.

 

 

 

And remember....when you no longer feel you need PFLAG, PFLAG needs you! There are people out there who need a supportive friend.