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LPAC In Boston Benefit Event

By Charlotte Robinson, March 11, 2019
The Lesbian Political Action Committee (LPAC) is presenting a very special cocktail party benefit on Wednesday March 27th from 6P to 8P in Boston, MA for a night out with friends to discuss politics with a group of energized inspiring people with special guest Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey. Stephanie Sandberg LPAC Executive Director stated, “We all know that Boston is the epicenter of brilliant & passionate women who identify as LGBTQ & are committed to LPAC's values of LGBTQ & women's equality & social justice. Come celebrate & support the ONLY organization whose sole mission is to give LGBTQ women a political voice & say hello to one of our own Massachusetts AG Maura Healey! This is a crucial time to help LPAC in its mayoral & statewide races for 2019 & build a war chest for 2020.” Diane Felicio LPAC Board Member concluded, “It’s easy to get caught up in the noise & chatter that is all too common in the current political discourse. What I appreciate about LPAC events especially in Boston is that they are just the right size — there is space for meaningful conversations about candidates & issues & a large enough network of LGBTQ women (& Lezbros!) that everyone leaves having exchanged views & ideas with at least one new person. Along with remarks from the always inspiring Attorney General Maura Healey, guests will hear about LPAC’s exciting new 501(c)(3) venture, Project LPAC, the many mayoral candidates we have endorsed & what’s ahead for 2020.” The Boston LPAC cocktail party benefit is hosted by Elyse Cherry, Diane Felicio, Jan Donley, Shari Weiner & Joanna Hochman. Tickets are $250 to $500 & address will be provided upon registration.
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