Bil Browning

CCR Tenth Anniversary!

Filed By Bil Browning | August 21, 2006 6:55 PM | comments

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Citizens for Civil Rights (CCR) invites you to come celebrate ten years of civil equality in Lafayette/West Lafayette/Tippecanoe County. 2006 marks CCR's tenth anniversary, and this is great cause for celebration.


When: Saturday, September 16, 2006, 7 to 9 p.m.
Featuring after-the-party dancing and revelry with DJ Kelly Leonard until 11 p.m.

Where: Lahr House Atrium, 117 N. 5th St., Lafayette, Indiana
(Next to Knickerbocker Saloon, downtown Lafayette)

Who: Join CCR members and friends, our honorable elected guests and candidates, along with special guests from Indiana Equality.

What: Food and fun, presentation of the CCR Award, words from Indiana Equality, and keynote by CCR president John Metzinger.

Recommended Donation: $25/$50/$75 per person
(Any donation amount is welcome. We don't want anyone to miss out because they do not wish to or are unable to make a minimum donation.)


After expenses, all donations received will go to Indiana Equality. CCR is Indiana Equality's Region IV Coordinator. R.S.V.P. by sending e-mail or mail your RSVP/donation to CCR, P.O. Box 2461, West Lafayette, IN 47906.


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Thanks, Bil for passing this along! I'd like to encourage everyone in the Region 4 area to join us.

CCR is one of the oldest regional organizations for GLBT rights in Indiana. Formed in the controversy of an attempted repeal of our local human relations ordinance, it has gone on to help create a Tippecanoe County Commission, monitor the local and state human relations commissions, respond to a multitude of local rights issues across the progressive spectrum, and be an active part of the statewide coalition to secure our rights.

Come join us for fun, food and friends!

Marla R. Stevens | September 19, 2006 6:54 AM

Huge congratulations to CCR! I hope the party was a stunning success!!