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What We’re Doing And How You Can Help

This is Dayton’s first really big project is about to get under way and we could use some help. Not the heavy lifting kind but the few hours over the next couple of months kind.

One of our “mandates” is to address issues of tolerance within the region. One way we will do this (and at the same time let people know who’s here) is to feature different groups and organizations. These groups will be teamed with a creative and a photographer to find out how they can best be represented graphically. These representations will then be placed on billboards and, possibly, posters throughout the community.

Among our first group of 25 to be featured are scientists from the base, people with tattoos, church choirs, Xfesters, gay men, Harley Riders, etc.

Here’s where the we need help part comes in – if you or anyone you know is involved in any of the following, would you, could you help us find a group or groups of people willing to participate in defining an image and posing? We are looking for some type of leadership to get these people together. So, here’s the benefit to you – a chance to get involved, a chance to be on a billboard, and chance to formalize relationships between like-minded people.

(Some of) the first featured groups:
Cancer survivors
People who use facebook
Nascar fans
The tattooed

There are more and if you are interested, I’ll email all to you. Also, if you have an idea for a group to be featured, by all means let us know.

Thank you for your time and support.

Bridget
bridgetoaks@yahoo.com

or contact Theresa Gasper at Suite1@aol.com

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2 Responses to “What We’re Doing And How You Can Help”

  1. Hello, My name is John McDermott and I am an avid musician for several years, I play guitar. I am working on a music, art, film and skate festival called Gem City Jam and would really like the publicity to get this event on everyone’s mind. Please check out my myspace webpage to find more information and you can contact me at either my email or myspace. Thanks for your time!

    Peace,
    John

  2. Tracy says:

    So much to read, so much wealth of good information, keep it up :)