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The NH Seacoast LGBT Historical past Venture invitations the residents of Bangor to a Charlie Howard Memorial Bench Dedication in his hometown of Portsmouth, New Hampshire. In 2019, we raised cash to position a marker on Howard’s grave in Kittery, Maine, and place two memorial benches in Portsmouth. One bench is at Portsmouth Excessive Faculty with Howard’s phrases,”That is who I’m.” The Portsmouth Excessive Gender and Sexuality Alliance together with the Historical past Venture devoted the highschool bench on June 1 with speeches, reflections, music, and placement of white roses on the bench.
An analogous dedication for a bench downtown is on Monday, July 11 at 6 p.m. at North Church in Market Sq. in downtown Portsmouth. This bench has the phrases to one among his favourite songs, “I’m What I’m.” We hope residents of Bangor will be a part of us on this dedication. If Stephen King want to attend and communicate we are going to make room for him in this system. For extra data on the Historical past Venture observe us on Fb: Seacoast NH LGBT Historical past Venture or electronic mail us at [email protected]
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