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Friday, October 16, 2009

FAQ's on how to subscribe to email

I have finally figured out how to get the little ole GayZette to your in-box!  I will be continuing to add, add and add features as I learn how to do so.  I again stayed up until 6 AM figuring out how to do this.  My new lover is called blog, Ms Blog to you.


Q: How to receive GayZette by email?

A:  First, what you will receive is the portion that I write!  I consider it the "blog content".  It may have a more official name but for now that is what I will call it.  This is very easy squeezy!
  • Locate the "Subscribe to receive GayZette blog via email" 
  • Enter the email address you want to receive the GayZette to.
  • Click the Subscribe button.
  • Log into the email address you used to subscribe.
  • Find the email FROM:  "FeedBurner Email Subscriptions" with SUBJECT:  "Activate your Email Subscription to: Seattle Announcements, a NewsCalendar for the Real HouseDykes of the Emerald City".
  • Open email, read it-lol, and click on the link provided (or paste it in your browser as instructed).
  • Once you click on the link you will be taken to a screen with:
Email Subscription Confirmed!
A message will be delivered to YOUR ADDRESS if the publisher has produced new content on that day. No new content, no email for you.

Update 11/7/2009 After a week of pulling my hair out trying to figure out why emails were not going out to my subscribers I realized that private blogs could not use this feature. Problems are now solved as of 11/7 blog is public for my readers ease of use.

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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

World AIDS Day Benefit Luncheon December 1st

Upcoming Events
World AIDS Day Benefit Luncheon-Table Captains Needed


SAVE THE DATE DECEMBER 01, 2009 and check Seattle Announcements for details too!


Four of Seattle’s most prominent community non-profits partner to create the largest event if its kind in the Northwest. Multifaith Works, Gay City Health Project, Seattle Counseling Service and Dunshee House work together to provide crucial services in HIV prevention, education, support and care for those in the Seattle area.
Be a part of this important benefit event with emcee Joyce Taylor, KING 5 TN Co-Anchor; AIDS Service Award honoree Dr. Bob Wood, director of the HIV/AIDS Program for Public Health – Seattle and; King County; and special guest speaker Kathi Goertzen, evening anchor for KOMO TV.

DECEMBER 01, 2009
Dunshee House is seeking leadership minded individuals to serve as table captains at this important event. To be a table captain please contact Kevin King, Board of Directors for Dunshee House at 206.568.3307, or David French, Program Manager at 206.322.2584 or email us at kevin@dunsheehouse.org or david@dunsheehouse.org
Table captains will have the distinction as a representative of the HIV/AIDS support community. Table captains will also be automatically entered into a drawing for airline tickets for two to anywhere in the US.
See http://www.dunsheehouse.org/index.php

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Monday, October 12, 2009

The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later TONIGHT

I was particularly moved by the brutal death of Matthew Shepard
as I know was the case of the queer and some in straight community as well.  I recently saw his mother Judy on Ellen's talk show and she has written a book about Matthew.  I will post more on that later and the bracelets that can be obtained in his honor.
The Laramie Project:
10 Years Later

Oct. 12, 2009, 7:30 p.m.
Seattle Repertory Theatre, Free
(seating is first come, first-served,
doors open at 6:30 p.m.)


Seattle Repertory Theatre presents The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later written by Tectonic Theatre Project members Mois├ęs Kaufman, Leigh Fondakowski, Greg Pierotti, Andy Paris, and Steven Belber. This free staged reading is an 80-minute epilogue to The Laramie Project, the groundbreaking play about the murder of 21-year old gay man Matthew Shepard in Laramie, Wyoming.

The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later focuses on the lasting effects of Shepard’s murder on the small town. The epilogue was written after the members of the Tectonic Theater Project returned to Laramie to find out what had happened since their initial visit. The reading will be held concurrently in over 100 theatres across the globe including all 50 states, Spain, Hong Kong and Australia.

Producing Artistic Director Jerry Manning will direct the Seattle presentation, which will feature actors Marianne Owen, Suzanne Bouchard, Sarah Rudinoff, Gretchen Krich, Troy Fischnaller. This event is free and open to the general public. Seating is first-come, first-served. Tweeters and bloggers who want to post during the show are encouraged to sit in the balcony.
Recommended for ages 14 and above for mature themes.

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Sunday, October 11, 2009

2010 8th Annual Institute Questions & Answer for Queers & Allies


Take a look at this and register by November 30th!  It looks like they have a good line up.


2010 Institute Questions & Answer for Queers & Allies
The Northwest Network of Bi, Trans, Lesbian & Gay Survivors of Abuse is pleased to announce Q&A our 8th Annual National Institute, building strategies for advocacy and organizing in response to abuse in Lesbian, Bisexual, Trans and Gay communities.

Q&A is a one-of-a-kind training and consultation project available to D.V. advocates and others who work with bisexual, trans, lesbian and gay survivors of abuse.

This year’s Institute is February 25-27, 2010 at the Downtown Seattle Center comfort Suites, Seattle, Washington.

The early bird registration is now open and closes November 30th
, 2009. Register now, space is limited and will fill up fast!

For questions and registration information please contact The Northwest Network at 206-568-7777 or qanda@nwnetwork.org

It is important to The Northwest Network that Q&A is as accessible as possible to those who wish to attend. Partial and full scholarships are available.

For a scholarship applications please contact us at 206-568-7777 or qanda@nwnetwork.org

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