Equality Arizona

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Equality Arizona Silver Celebrations

Equality Arizona is celebrating 25 years with three statewide events!

Join us in Tucson or Sedona for an evening with friends, celebrating the last 25 years and launching into the years ahead!!!

Friday, November 4th in Tucson
Arizona Inn | 6-8pm
Join us for an evening honoring Miki Odawa, St. Francis in the Foothills United Methodist Church, and Raytheon
Heavy appetizers, great people, and inspiring remarks all included
Business attire and cash bar
Buy tickets: bit.ly/tucsonsilver

Wednesday, November 16th in Sedona
Heartline Cafe | 5-7pm
To go far, we must go together. Join us for a celebration honoring 25 years of fighting for equality in Arizona and build community, that will take us into the equitable future we all know is possible.
Heavy appetizers, great people, inspiring remarks included

Buy tickets: bit.ly/sedonasilver

Our Phoenix Gala was an amazing evening! We look forward to celebrating in Tucson and Sedona.

There are still sponsorship opportunities available! Email Paloma at paloma@eqaz2.wpengine.com to support Equality Arizona now and to launch us into the next 25 years!

For more information on these events check out our Facebook page!

 

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