More than 100 MN Campus Alliance members and supporters gathered on Friday, April 25 at the Holiday Inn Metrodome to celebrate another year of GLBT campus work.
Guests heard from Antonio Cardona of Pillsbury United Communities about the importance of building GLBT student leaders. Beth Zemsky spoke about the importance of seizing this political moment to capitalize on gains from GLBT movement past. We capped the evening off with entertainment by Erin Schwab and Jay Fuchs. It was a lovely evening raising funds and visibility for the MN Campus Alliance. Funds raised at the Spring Dinner will help subsidize the cost of Minnesota OUT! Campus Conference 2009 to lower student registration fees.
Many thanks to those that made the dinner a reality, including McNally Smith College of Music, Print Craft Inc., Anne Hodson and the staff of the Holiday Inn.