January Meeting Spruce Grove GSA Youth Action Committee
Honour First Nation’s Métis and Inuit
Sophie Labelle, the amazing web-comic author of "Assigned Male Comics" www.facebook.com/assignedmale/ www.serioustransvibes.com/ will be coming to our GSA on February 8th to speak with us about what it is like to grow up trans and to become a trans author and artist. We won’t be having a normal GSA this day and this GSA will be open to the public.
We need to figure out a few ways to bring in funds to the GSA. The following goals are on my to do list:
Our GSA has started receiving requests to take part in public appearances around Spruce Grove. As a group some of us have taken part in parades, in Pride in the Park, and the bottle drive. For a few of our kids privacy is absolutely essential. Our GSA will always remain a Safe Space. Participation in any event is always an option. If you ever feel comfortable attending an event with our GSA you will be welcome.
Our goal around Parkland County is to increase the visibility of the LGBTQ community. We do this by putting up Pride banners, painting crosswalks, wearing Pride clothing, and showing up at public events.
Our key chains and dog tags will also be available for purchase on our website for $15 plus shipping. We will also have a variety of buttons for $1 each plus shipping.
I have a list of the hours you have volunteered, if you are interested in knowing your totals for scholarship application purposes,
We are searching for volunteersages 16 and over. These volunteers can be youth, friends, or family. We are looking for people to work bingos on specific dates, but we are also looking for someone to form a fundraising volunteer committee to benefit the LGBTQ community in Spruce Grove
Is anyone interested if I started pricing out clothing items? What type of things are you interested in?
Important Phone Numbers!!!
We are also on Facebook