PFLAG set to meet later this month

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On Monday, April 28, PFLAG Sackville/Amherst Chapter will be holding its monthly meeting in the downstairs hall at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church on Bridge Street in Sackville at 7:30 p.m. Our guest speaker this month is Gary MacDonald who will be speaking on gay/lesbian issues in China.

MacDonald worked for the Amity Foundation in China from 1992-2011. During that time he taught in several teachers’ colleges in the rural interior of China. MacDonald received awards for excellence in teaching from both the provinces of Jiangxi and Gansu. Before going to China, he was a community worker for the Metropolitan Immigrant Settlement Association (MISA) in Halifax.

PFLAG Canada is a nation-wide organization that deals with sexual orientation and gender identity issues from a family perspective, providing support, education and resources. Anyone who is gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, two-spirit, inter-sex, queer or questioning (GLBTT2IQQ), or who cares about someone who is, is welcome.

The Amherst/Sackville chapter of PFLAG Canada normally meets every month on the fourth Monday night of each month in the downstairs hall at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church on Bridge Street in Sackville.

PFLAG is a non-denominational organization that has no religious affiliation. Everyone is warmly invited to attend all meetings.

If you require further information, please email, or phone Janet Hammock or Marilyn Lerch at 506-536-4245.

Organizations: Presbyterian Church, Metropolitan Immigrant Settlement Association, Amherst Chapter Amity Foundation

Geographic location: Sackville, China, Bridge Street Jiangxi Gansu Halifax

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