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In October 2009, the District Office purchased a Standing on the Side of Love
banner to share among our congregations. Since that time our banner has been marched in Gay Pride parades, a high school homecoming parade, a Cinco de Mayo parade, and even a rodeo parade! It has been hung to inaugurate a Welcoming Congregation program, publicize a Social Justice Fairness Fair, and to launch a Candidating Week. The banner has stood on the steps of state capitol buildings, been present for a Marriage Equality Town Forum, and raised on a busy street-corner during an Interfaith Alliance rally. And this is just a sampling!
After 53 months and many, many miles, the district's banner is ready for retirement. If you are attending the 2014 District Assembly
in Spokane, you will have an opportunity to enter a raffle guessing the number of miles our banner has traveled. The submission closest to the actual number of miles will be able to provide a retirement home to our well-loved, but tired, banner.