Wednesday, May 30, 2012

We still need your help if we are to march with Bishop Christopher of Uganda!

We still need your help if we are to march near the front of the parade as we accompany retired Anglican Bishop Christopher Senyonjo.

To do this, we need to a another eight people who are willing to be trained and serve as Contingent Monitors during the parade.

 We need another four monitors to keep the Oasis cable car bus safe - so far 20 people who can't make the walk have signed up to ride in our bus. Not enough monitors and we can't have the bus.

We need another four monitors to meet the parade's stringent safety standards.

Their rules are clear: not enough safety monitor and we don't march. As a Contingent Monitor you will help keep us safe while we march together.

All you have to do is enjoy the one-hour annual training program (they really do make it as painless as possible) and then show up and walk with us.

 Please click on the link below to register as a 2012 Monitor. We only need eight more - or we won't be able to march.

Training is provided by SF Pride and takes an hour. Monitors must be trained every year. The training is painless - and at times almost fun. If you register below we will send you the training schedule. IF you sign up you will also receive an email detailing when and where we will meet - we won't know until the Parade Committee tells us.

We can't march without a dozen monitors. Please let me know if you can lend a hand.

 Many thanks,

The Rev. Tom Jackson
President,  Oasis California

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