emma’s revolution in concert

On June 21, Equality Loudoun had our most successful concert event yet, with 120 enthusiastic fans enjoying an evening with social justice folk musicians emma’s revolution. (See pictures here.)

Many friends and supporters made this possible – thank you to all!

Thank you to St. James United Church of Christ in Lovettsville for partnering with us and hosting the concert and party, and for all the volunteer help. If anyone out there is looking for an open and affirming faith community, you will be warmly welcomed at St. James.

Thank you to the following individuals and local businesses who donated items and services for our party and silent auction, or helped with ticket sales:

Joe McMahon
Vintage 50 in Leesburg
Thai Royal in Leesburg
Gene Brake, Starbucks
Jamie Kendall
Janell Kinzie
Kara Mueller
Rev. Don Prange
Natural Mercantile in Hamilton
Dick Davis
Margaret Bauman
Georges Mill Farm Bed & Breakfast in Lovettsville
Greater Goods in Lovettsville

Please remember them when you are deciding where to take your business. Please also remember those who purchased ad space in the program (beautifully designed and produced by Taylor Hines – thank you!), which you can download here (PDF).

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