Thursday, August 25, 2011

SONG's 3rd Annual DICK, DYKE & DRAG DERBY!! September 25th in Atlanta - Register Your Team Now!

SAVE THE DATE! SONG's most beloved Fundraising Event, the SONG GAMEDAY a.k.a. The DICK DYKE DRAG DERBY is happening Sunday September 25th in Atlanta, GA!

Food, fun and games on a beautiful Sunday at a local Atlanta park! Everyone is welcome! Bring your kids, your family, your queer / trans / gay / straight friends, co-workers, comrades and favorite competitors!!

Teams will come from all over Atlanta & beyond to compete in the homo-relay with new versions of your favorite old school relay games, with the winning teams going head to head in a kickball tournament for life! There will also be spades & dominoes! Followed by fabulous trophies and prizes for the winners!!


[$5/individuals, $25/team of 6, $100/organization rate for a team of 6]
SONG is a non-profit organization that supports LGBTQ people throughout the southern states, especially in rural and underserved areas. SONG supports southern LGBTQ people to build the kind of South we want to live in by identifying and developing the leadership needed to meet the needs of our folks (whether its services needed in local areas, a hotline, youth center, social space or a campaign). We do this by connecting people together, providing training, networking and technical assistance. This event is a fundraiser with all proceeds going to support ongoing southern LGBTQ community building and freedom struggles affecting our people.

DIRECTIONS to the park from I-75:
Exit at University Ave.
Go East on University Ave.
Right on Boynton St.

Nadia Abou-Karr
Communications & Grassroots Fundraising Coordinator

Southerners On New Ground / S.O.N.G.
404.549.8628 (office)
404.549.8642 (fax)
404.394.2168 (cell)

*About Us
SONG was founded in order to advance Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer multi-racial, multi-issued education and organizing capable of combating the Right's strategies of fragmentation and division and towards the politics of hope & longing. SONG integrates work against racism, sexism and economic injustice into LGBTQQ organizing and anti-homophobia work into other freedom struggles in the South. To learn more about SONG visit our website.

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