February, 2011 News (66 Articles with 144,015 total views)
On the cover of the print edition for February, 2011 Daniel and Season check out Chris’s winter headware after the planning meeting for the 2011 pride events. Photo by Deb Spilko
This is the second run of Erie Gay News, which began publishing again in December of 2002. This is the current publication for the region. The co-editors are Deb Spilko and Michael Mahler , with Mike Lipiec handling graphic/ad layout.
From PFLAG-Butler: It’s happening! A major hope for us has been the establishment of a Gay Straight Alliance of students at Butler Area High School and we have good news! Damon Schnur reports that a faculty sponsor has been identified! It’s all up to the students now and we have full confidence in them to make this a reality. Of course, we have all the support ad resources available for them to do so. Just think of the legacy they are leaving behind them! Check out this great resource http://gsanetwork.org/about-us
Servicemembers United Statement on Pentagon Plans Regarding Training, Certification, and Implementation of Don't Ask, Don't Tell Repeal
Defense Department Says It Will Deny Full Separation Pay For Gay And Lesbian Service Members Honorably Discharged Under Donít Ask, Donít Tell
Jason Landau Goodman, University of Pennsylvania Student, Receives Local, State and National Awards for Progressive LGBT Community Activism
Equality Pennsylvania Wins Grant Awards from State Equality Fund and the Service Employees International Union
Logo Acquires More Jaw-Dropping Questions and Answers for Its Late-Night Lineup with Pickup of Second Season of Provocative Talk Show '1 girl 5 gays'
Every 3.2 seconds someone in the United States becomes a victim of Identity Theft. It is the nation’s fastest growing crime. Unfortunately, seniors are easy targets. In 2007, 22% of victims were ages 60 and older. Anyone can be a victim from the very young to the deceased. According to the Social Security Administration, seniors, the critically ill, and the deceased are appealing targets because of their significant assets, their good credit, and federal entitlement checks.