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Volume 17 Number 6 j
PRIDE PICNIC Coronation 36363
The Pride Picnic, the largest queer pot ftwta £02818
luck in Kentucky and our best-attended
pride event, will be Sunday, June 16 at The Imperial Court of Kentucky will
Windy Knoll Farm, rain or shine. There is present Coronation XXI, Fiesta Royale on .‘
a large indoor arena in case it rains. Sunday, June 9th at the Radisson Plaza
Parking may be tight, so come with a Hotel on Vine Street in Lexington. The cer- 3
friend. There is no charge (Directions on emony will mark the climax of a weekend ,
page 14) of events celebrating the spectacular suc—
The Picnic will have excellent entertain- 0935 0f Reign XX. Under the leadership of Q
ment including Wishing Chair, whose new Empress Natalie Gaye and Emperor Chris
CD Crow will be available and The Queen Rhorer. the Imperial Court has raised
City Rainbow Band,amarching band and more than $35,000 for charities in the ,
flag corp from Cincinnati, who will be mak- Bluegrass Region during the past year-
ing their Kentucky debut. A highlight of the evening will be a "
Everyone is asked to bring a dish to command performance by former ;
share using this last name division as a Empress Of New York CW» Fiona St- .
guide. We vary this each year but if you James, a member of the cast of H303
have afavorite dish that does not fit the list, landmark series 02. Other features
bring it on. include election of the new Empress and 3
A-K Main Dish Emperor for Reign XXl. Imperial Crown
L-s salad or Side Dish Princess XX J. D. Vaughn and Countess
12w Dessert XX Nicole Diamond will vie for the title of
Cold Drinks and water will be sold by Empress XXI and Imperial Crown Prince
GLSO to help cover the costs. There are “0"”"ued 0” page 2
lots of expenses involved in organizing the Sponsor of the Month
picnic, including renting sound equipment,
tables, porta potties, and buying paper . . .
products and fried chicken. Selling drinks, Prudentlal @ Fmancnal 3
raffle tickets and pride items help meet ,
these costs and insure its continuation. David Cupps 3
In addition to food, you might want to Financial Advisor
bring sunscreen, lawn chairs or a blanket 8 5 9_24 3-5033 3
to make yourself comfortable, and money davi d dupps@prusec com 3
to spend at the vendor tables. Please do " ' 3
not bring alcohol; we don’t want to offend 3
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the horses. 3

 XX, Orvis Kean will seek the confidence of the voting
_._i x - GAY and membership to be Emperor XXI.
‘ssigr-etzif." [JESBIAN Kentucky artist Robert Morgan will be presented

3525;" SERVICE with the organization’s highest honor, the James F.

"‘15 ORGANIZATION Herndon (Sweet Evening Breeze), Lifetime

Lexington. Kentucw Achievement Award. Elections will also be held for the

Board of Directors and the Henry Faulkner Community

1‘6 L s 0 NEWS Service Award. Nominees for the Faulkner Award

include, Mary Crone, Harold Hamilton (AKA

Volume 17 Issue 6 Cheyenne), Dale Lee Hodge (AKA Tiffany Andrews),
Terry Mullins and John Ridener.

published monthly by Attendees will be treated to command performances

The Lexington Gay by Empress Fiona and the reigning Empress of

Lesbian Cincinnati Gypsy Russell; the reigning Empress of San

Service Organization Antonio, Kristie Pe’Vey; Imperial Crown Princess of

389 Waller AVG- Kentucky XVIII, Taylor Bryce; Empress XVII of

Kentucky, Eden Towers; Empress II of Cincinnati, Kate

Editors Central Parkway and a special command performance

Mary Crone John Ridener by the first Imperial Court Entertainer of the Year win-

ner, Nicole Diamond.

Board Members Production numbers staged by Former Miss Gay
Terry Mullins, President USA at Large, Chelsea Pearl, will be performed by
Jerry Neff, Vice President members of the line, of descent and the cast from the

Mary Crone, Editor newly renovated Gilded Cage Showroom at The Bar
John Ridener, Secretary Complex in Lexington.
Thomas’Collins Events surrounding Fiesta Royale begin on Friday
:2” guzzrl'fi‘l June 7th with the ln-Town Show at Club 141. Saturday’s
ry . fare features the State Dinner, The Out-Of-Town Show
Tom Collins . . . ,
Bill Chandler and The Nine-Inch Males Revrew. Sunday nights
Dan Rogers Coronation will be followed up by a Victory Brunch on
Lee Noble Monday morning. All events, locations and costs are
listed on page 3. For tickets call Michael at 252-2867.
GLSO Annual Dues & For other court news, see page 20.
Newsletter. . .
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e . , Our Pride Service will be on June 2 at
V The Lex'"9t°" Me" 5 Ohms Presents 10:45, 3564 Clays Mill Rd. Rev. Cynthia
'd its tenth Pride Concert on Saturday, June 8 Cain’s sermon is entitled “The End of the "
A at the Opera House at 8 Pm- They Will be Rainbow" . Interweave will be going out to 7
), presenting their own version of “The lunch after the service, please join us. ~
Producers”, the recent Broadway hit. ’
IS Milton and Randy will be playing the flnrflnatlun QEthtg :
)f Nathan Lane and Mathew Broderick char— ,
.. . ,, . Friday, June 7 In Town Show
in acters. These Lexrngton producers wrll Club 141 Doors open 830
)f be working on a scheme to stage “The show 930 $5 donation. ' ..
)f World’s Gayest Musical.” As they have ' _
:e “tryouts” you will hear selections from Saturdaly June 8 State Dinner _
. . Radisson Plaza Hotel Cocktails 5:30
:e Maime, Sunset Boulevard, Evrta, Oklahoma, Dinner 630 $25 in advance -
1- The Lion King, and The Producers. O t f T. ' Sh
Tickets are $20 and $15 and are avail- u o own ow ,
iy able from chorus members or by calling C!Ub141 8'30 $5 donation
)y 269-9739 or online at www.|mcky.org. Nine Inch Males Revrew _
ie I I 1 d D' 1 Club 141 10:30 $5 donation
ar II e9" u on '9'“ 9 Sunday June 9
Dignity and Integrity are sponsoring a Coronation XXI ' Fiesta Royale
ly potluck social for all GLBT people of faith Radisson Plaza Hotel ‘
'S and GLBT supportive religious/spiritual Doors open 530 Ceremony at 6
W organizations in the community. Join us on Tickets $19 donation 'n advance
’3 Sunday, June 9, at the Pride Center at 1 pm. $20 donation at the door
I“ All independent faith organizations and Monday June 10 Victory Brunch
re church groups are welcome to bring infor- Radisson Plaza Hotel 11 am
7- mation about themselves to share. $20 donation at the door.
This event is open to everyone, there is
no charge, so come get to know people of QAY PRIDE \\ .7.
a variety of faith traditions, look over infor-
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n and meet share a good. meal. I Former Tiffany & Company invites you to ‘
.1 MC: T322231? :figregl:llyo‘zec::mebur Crossings, 117 N. Limestone on Wed.,
_ n g . _ y ' y. June 19th for our 3rd Annual Gay Pride .
presence is more important than the dish. Show! Your $5 donation promises you a
For more information contact Lynn at 335- night of fabulous e nt e rt ai n m entl The
8635'orICary at cary@yahoo.co‘rn._ .. Entertainers for the evening are: Tiffany
Dignity has recently been vrsrted by Andrews Val E Sheridan Rayna Starr
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 {Pride fvents continued WW VOICU QOII “-
Mescha, Miss Sheena, Stacey Bryant, and LEOSUC Tm Q
Briana Carey. Show begins at 10 pm. with A volley ball tournament I . 1
all of the proceeds going to Moveable starting a 9 am will be held on
Feast. Come and show your pride and Saturday, June 22 at the Dunbar Center,
support for what promises to'be a fantastic 545 N. Upper. Bring a team and play for
evening for a wonderful charity! your favorite charity. No admission. For
.. ~~ info contact Larry Collins at AVOL 222-
Been? 011633 (3011134855 1918, Steve Medley at the Fayette Co.
Join the Moonshine Bears for a Health Dept, 288-2456 or Mark Johnson at
fundraiser for Moveable Feast and "Bear“ Volunteers of America 254-3469,
Chest Contest Saturday June 8th at
CROSSINGS in Lexington. Cash prizes for Pride Reading
the best "bear " chest and runner-up will be This year the Pride Reading will take
awarded. Anyone intrested in competing place at the Pride Center and is open to all
can sign-up at Crossings anytime, up until interested readers and listeners. Join us
10 PM the night of the contest. The com- on Saturday, June 22 at 11 am We
petion will be hosted by Dale Lee aka encourage you to bring poetry, short fiction,
Tiffany Andrews. The CM) Will also nonfiction, or whatever you write even if it
sponser a 50/50 cash raffle and jello shoot— fits none of these categories. We would
ers. A $2 donation at the door will benefit certainly enjoy hearing some music from
Moveable Feast. the song writers in the community.
Men’s Night Out will show Torch MM" 9'9““ "9t“ ”Tum“ f°°d' and
Song Trilogy at the Pride Center at 7 pm would apprecrate contributions. Call Davrna
on thursday, June 13. Please join us for If you know you want to read at 361-9509'
47;“ this classic gay movie If you dont call ahead, bring your work;
[fie ' there will probably be time for everyone to
I/ésMLesbian Movie Night PartiCiPate-
will show Desert Hearts on Fri.,
June 14, at 7 pm. Join us at the Pride ACTOUT Theater GrouP ‘ (an;
Center, bring a snack to share. The Laram'e PI'OJGCt h)
The Laramie Project by; M ..
Jabttee Fallows“? Moises Kaufman directed by Homer Tracey
On Thursday, June 20' at 7 pm at the will be presented the last two weekends in
Pride Center, Jubilee Fellowship will facili- June. Join us at the Central Library Theater
tate a discussion on “Coming Out to God.” in downtown Lexington
If you are seeking a safe place to consider The Laramie Project chronicles iife in
God’s invitation to come out, please make Laramie, Wyoming dunno the year foiiow_
plans to attend. Jubilee Fellowship meets in ing the murder of Matthew Shepard It is a
the home 0t Rev. Corina every Wed. night breathtaking theatrical collage that
at 7 pm. For more information call 264' explores the depths to which humanity can
7006 0" email CWBM121893@aoI.com. - sink and the heights of compassion of
which we are capable.
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As a new group to Kentucky we invite
Show Times: 2 pm Sunday 23rd and all to join us in our first Pride Picnic at
3 pm Sat 22nd, Fri 23th, and Sat 29th Alpine Park in Daniel Boone Nat. Forest
The play will feature Shayne Brakefield, on Sunday June 23 at 3 pm.
Rose Coleman, Buzz Cornelison, Dana www.r8web.com/boone/picnicSOM.htm
Lynn Floro, Josh Paugh, Marcus Roland, .
Ron Sarver, Michael Thompson, and B0W11ng w (a
Whitney West. Tournament @&
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OVICS Thoroughbred Invitational Tournament, Inc.
At 2 pm on supday W I and the Bluegrass Chapter of the KFA are
June 23, at the Pride Center DiverSIty films jointly sponsoring the Fourth annual
presents the documentary OUTLAW’ fea- Rainbow City Scotch Doubles No-tap
turing Leslie Feinberg who self-Identifies Bowling Competition.
as a "gender outlaw.” In this film, Feinberg The tournament will be held on Saturday
presents hi’ (pronounced here) "fe eXPe”' June 29, 2001, at Collins Southland Lanes:
ence?’ and Fincourages the an'ence ‘0 205 Southland Drive. The entry fee is $12
consnder a different way of looking at gen- per person. Registration begins at 2 pm .
der. Feinberg is the author of Stone Butch bowling at 3' Bowling should be completed
Blues, .Transgender .Warnors, and Trans by 5. There will be cash prizes, as well as
Liberation, Beyond Pink and Blue. S/he (or a chance to win a 50 \ 50 raffle. The organ-
Sue) '3 consudered t? be one Of the most ization with the best score will have its
Influential actIVIsts In the movement for name inscribe d on the traveling trophy.
GLBT rights. Sie is also the winner of the In Scotch Doubles No-tap, knocking
Lambda Literary Award. down nine pins (as opposed to ten) is
We WI" also show the feature film, scored as a strike and two people bowl
Hedwig and the Angry Inch, an anatom- each frame as partners in strict rotation.
Ically Incorrect rOCk odyssey. ('f we are An established average is not required and
able to hook a DVD player up to our TV') no experience in bowling is necessary. If
HedWIg IS a transgender glam-rocker who you do not have a partner, we will find one
Is leading her rock band on a tour Of the for you during registration. All you need to
U.S., telling her life story through a senes do is bring yourself.
of concerts at Bilgewater Inn seafood For info, call Jim Dickinson at 252_
restaurants. Her tour dates coincide with 5801 or Steve Rosenberg at 276-3058 or
those of arena—rock star Tommy Gnosis, a email Steve at LexRainbow@aol.com.
wide-eyed boy who once loved Hedwig... ‘ , 7 ., _ _ _ ,
but then left with all her songs. Hedwig LisendAl|_;Artl9leS.jN_eWS. and ,
wears no less than 41 outfits during the DlrectOWCOfI’ECfiOflS,tO ‘
film, contributing to the tendency of . “
reviewers to refer to her as a drag queen. IeXIngtonglso”@yahoocom
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. _ substitute for therapy; the group founders
LDGA '5 a socral support 9'0”" for any— do not offer therapy or counseling. You
one who transcends gender norms and may dress however you feel comfortable.
wishes to socialize with other like-minded
people to discuss issues we face. The FTM & Inter-sex Lisfserve
group is free and open to anyone who This listserv is open to male-identified
dresses, acts, or thinks differently from the transpeople who are making or have
gender in which they were raised. already made an official change in status
Male and female crossdressers, trans— from female gender to male gender (via
vestltes, drag queens and k'nQS: transgen- full-time living, hormones, or surgery) and
dered individuals, transsexuals, gender individuals born with incomplete or
outlaws, and gender questioning individu- ambiguous genitals who identify as male
als are welcome. Family members 0f gen- in adulthood. There is a great need
der euphoric persons are encouraged to among FTMs and intersexuals to dissem-
partiCIpate as well. we also-welcome SUP' inate legal and medical information spe-
portive fnends and community members. cific to Kentucky as well as a need to dis-
The QVOUP meets on the second Monday cuss social, political, and legal implica-
and fourth Sunday of each month at 7 pm tions of being transgendered.
in a private home in Lexington. In June we For privacy, membership to this list-
Wi" meet on 10th! bUt Wi" make other plans serve is restricted. For more information,
for the Sundy meeting. (There are Trans contact FTMinLex@yahoo.com or view
movres at the Pride Center that afternoon.) http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FTMinKY
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' What better time than Lillian Faderman (HQ 75.5.F33) 2
Pride Month to read about the history of These and many other books and ,
GLBT people. YOU 9X95“?t to find history in videos can be check out from the Pride if
books at the library but so often our history Center Library. The Pride Center at 389 2
is not on the shelves. Well, at the Pride Waller Avenue, Suite 100 is open Monday- w
Center Library you can discover our stories Saturday, 10'3- :2:
from the beginning of human existence M
through today. You may find that these true Mammogram Project a
stories of the past are just as compelling as By Sharon Howard
our lives today. Learn about. those who As part of our continuing effort to :7
came before you and how their lives have . . . . :2
lead you to yours. Here is just a sampling improve the somal, emotional and phySIcal wr
. . _ well being of the GLBT community, the 2;}:

Of the GLBT history you WI" find. GLSO Pride Center is developing a pro-
The Alyson Almanac: The Fact Book Of the gram to provide free screening mammo- if;
Lesbian and Gay community (HQ grams to lesbian, bisexual and transgen- 23$
76'25'A48) dered women who would not otherwise be
The Celluloid Closet: Homosexuality in the able to obtain this necessary and poten- f“;
Movies, Wto Russo (PN 1995.9 H55 R969; tially life saving test. The program will pro-
VIDEO CS") vide 15 free mammograms in central
Drag Diaries, Catherine Cherrnayeff (HQ Kentuclq and 15 free mammograms in 3
77.D38 e522) separate areas of eastern Kentucky for a
Long Road to Freedom: The Advocate total Of 60 mammograms. ,
History of the Gay and Lesbian Movement, Workshops Will also be held in each of '
Mark Thompson, ed. (HQ 76.8.U5 L65) the 4 areas of focus to provide instruction
M kin Histo . The Stru le for Ga and in the need for and the correct method of
Leasbiagn EquZl Rights, Sfins-1990,y Eric performing m°"th'y breaSt se'f‘exams for
Marcus (HQ 76.8.U5 M36) an additional 200 women. . 1
We have sent a letter of inquiry to four

One Year After: The Historic March 0" foundations and have all ready received
Washington, D'C' (VIDEO OneY) an application from two that are interested
The Other Face of Love, Raymond in funding our proposal. We need help
deBecker (HQ 76 087-3396) writing grants for this mammogram project
Reports from the Holocaust: The Making of and general grants to fund the daily COStS :
an AIDS Activist, Larry Kramer (RC of keeping the Pride Center open. If you 5‘
607.A26 K73) are interested in assisting with the grant
Stonewall, Martin Dubennan (HQ 76.8.U5 writing process please call the center at
D85 8881) 253-3233. Experience is helpful but cer-
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7 pm HUGS (Cdl for location)
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10:45 am UU Church Pride 7 pm GSA (Call for place) 9 pm Rainbow Bowling 7 pm Discussion Group 7 pm Gay/Lesbian AA Pm WWW?" “*3
Service lntewveave Lunch 7 pm P-FLAG Berea Southland Lanes Pride Center (Call for place) 10 am Le; Mel? s argue
5:30 pm Lex. Men's Chorus Pubilc Library-Berea 7 pm Sistahs in the Life 7 pm Jubilee Fellowship 8:30 pm Court In Town 10 am Writing Workshop
4 pm Imperial Court Pride 8 pm AA Step Study Pride Center (see article) Show-Club 141 Pride Center
Center (Call for place) 7 pm Gay/Lesbian AA 8 pm Men’s Choms Pride
7 pm HUGS (Cd! for location) (Call for place) Concert -Opera House
6-12 pm For Court
Activities see page 3
10 pm Bear Chest Contests
Crossins
9 1 O 11 1 2 1 3 14 1 5
10:45 am UU Church 11 am Court Victory Brunch 7 pm GSA (Call for place) 7 pm Discussion Group 7 pm Men's Night Out 7 pm Gay/Lesbian AA Pride Center Open 10-12
1 pm Integrity—Dignity POt Radisson 9 pm Rainbow Bowling Pride Center Pride Center (Call for place)
530 prLr'iJCSR P"d|.e C??? 7 pm Faimess Steering Southland Lanes 7 pm Jubilee Fellowship 7 pm Lesbian Movie Night
' Fiesta Royale-Radsson Committee-Pride Center (See article) Pride Center
7 pm C.O.L.T.s Pride Cente 7 pm Lex Dress & Gender 7 pm Gay/Lesbian AA
7 pm HUGS (Cd! for location) Alliance(Call for place) (Call for place)
8 pm AA Step Study
(Call for place)
1 6 1 7 1 8 1 9 2O 21 22
10:45 am UU Church 7 pm GLSO Board Meeting 7 pm GSA (Call for place) 7 pm Discussion Group 7 pm Jubilee Fellowship 7 pm Gay/Lesbian AA Pride Center Open 10-3
12 - 4 pm Pride Picnic Pride Center 9 pm Rainbow Bowling Pride Center Coming Out to God (Call for place) 9 am Volley Ball Touma-
Windy Knoll Farm 8 pm AA Step Study Southland Lanes 7 pm Jubilee Fellowship Discussion Pride Center ment Dunbar Center
7 pm Dignity - Pride Center (Call for place) (See article) 11 am Pride Reading &
7 pm HUGS (Cdl forlocation) 7 pm Gay/Lesbian AA Brunch Pride Center
(Call for place) 8 pm The Laramie Project
10 pm Gay Pride Show Library Theater
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gas am UU Church 23m GSA (Call for place) gém GSA (Call for place) ggm Discussion Group 27 72p8m Gay/Lesbian AA gigs Center Open 10-3
2 pm The Laramie Project 8 pm AA Step Study 9 pm Rainbow Bowling Pride Center (Call for place) 2 pm Bowling Tournament
Library Theater (Call for place) Southland Lanes 7 pm Jubilee Fellowship 8 pm The Laramie Project Collins Southland Lanes
2 pm Transgender Movies (See article) Library Theater 8 pm The Laramie Project
Pride Center 7 pm Gay/Lesbian AA Library Theater
3 pm Lake Cumberland (Call for place)
Picnic Alpine Park
6 pm Imperial Court
7 pm HUGS (Cdlforlowtio
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 Directions to Pride Picnic
Windy Knoll Farm
3263 Cleveland Road North Turner Counsehng
From Lexington, go out of town on (659)269—6497
Winchester Rd heading east or take New 22 , 6 Young Dr. #l
Circle Road around to Winchester Rd. Lexington. KY 40505
From the intersection Of Winchester and Ex m Prof [Tm
New Circle, go 5.5 miles east toward '3':sz and Fnzzgngnmmnfii?
Winchester. Turn left (south) onto
Cleveland Rd (RT 1973). Down 1/2 mile Beverly K~ Turner. LCSW
on the left will be David’s Fork Baptist APP" Tandy: LCSW
Church. The Windy Knoll driveway is right Jafumozri’clécwsw
next to the church property. A mailbox with Mendy Darméls LCSW
the street number 3263 will be on your Joy “Mum"; Lcsw
right, directly across from the driveway. Diane Hill, LCSW
Turn left into this driveway. M W “I a“: an”
From I-75 north or south, take exit 110, Wilma-W
Route 60, which is Winchester Rd. GO
East on Rt. 60, towards Winchester, about -
2 1/2 miles to Cleveland Rd. The direc-
tions are then the same as above.
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‘ Dignity chapter on its web page. Sunday, June 9 and welcome repre-

, “Against all Heresies”, for several sentative of all faith traditions to join

1: months. them. (see page 3) This would be a

i Their web address is www.web- great time for people of faith to gather

i spawner.com/USERS/GAYDlOCES. With Dignity and Integrity to support

Recently, an “undercover” visitor from their'work.

. this group attended a Dignity service at _ Dignity hOIdS a regular mass on the

the Pride Center. information about third Sunday of each month at 7 pm at

. that meeting then appeared on the the Phde Center and a 90" 'UCk gm

3 web page attacking the group and together on the first Sunday of the

; some of the Catholic Priests in our month. Call Richard for information at

area that accept and/or actively sup- 253-1351 Integrity meets at St-

" port Dignity. Michael’s Episcopal Church on the

The members of the local Dignity second Sunday of each month. Call

’ chapter have had a variety of reac— Rev. David Boyd or Rev. Sandy Stone

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3 V Promoting equality for all people regardless of their sexual
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3 V Educating the public about the GLBT community
V Supporting statewide efforts of the Fairness Alliance
Upcoming events: Bowl wifli us June 29th (fundraiser/social)
March with us July 4th (activism/parade)
blue with us September 22nd (fundmiser)
PO. Box 22032 www.bluegrassfaimess.org
Lexington, Kentudq 40522 www.kentuckyfaimess.ag
859-296-7812 info@bluegrassfaimess.org

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. On May 15, The Court had its
i ampedae eomt 0’ Ky announcement show for ICK Entertainer of
’ A SMGGQSSFW RGJGN the Year for this year. These shows were
: Reign XX has proven the most suc— produced by Empress Natalie's line of me
cessful the Court’s 20 year history raising descent and the community was treated to out
, over $35,000 dollars for local charities. several fun and innovative shows. The cn- prc
'. Congratulations to Empress XX, Natalie teria for winning was the show that raised kee
Gaye and Emperor XX, Chris Rhorer. The the most money. Congratulations to rev
designated charity of the reign is Countess Nicole Diamond, who is the efit
3 Moveable Feast Lexington, a volunteer lmpenal Court Entertainer 0f the Year. Her Co
. organization providing home delivered show, Hollywood Legends raised $1081; to
meals and nutritional support to people liv- the combined total et all shows produced nal
ing with HIV/AIDS in the Lexington/Fayette was over $4000 Thanks to Janelle, Nicole, det
t County area. More than $13,000 has CaVIer, Lady Marmalade, and JD for the stre
' already been awarded to Moveable Feast great events. out
, during the year. The Imperial Court of Kentucky traveled dec
’ The Femme Fatale 2002 calendar to Buffalo, New York for Coronation 11 on p3,
; proved the biggest moneymaker for the May 19- Those in attendance were Wi"
reign earning more than $10,000. Other Empress 20’ Natalie Gaye; Emperor 19' tha
’ successful projects include the 2002 Donnie (EV) Royse; Imperial Crown not
Falsies Awards Ceremony in April and the Princess 20' “1 Vaughn; Countess, Nicole
i Entertainer of the Year shows produced by Diamond; and Prince, Wayne Clayton. det
l members of the female line of descent. Good luck to Clyde and wet“ as they pass 9'8
t We have had a number of activities the torch. All who attended had a fabulous cor
ti during the last month. The Court held Miss time and best wishes to Emperor Paul Toy Wid
ii Derby pride the first week of May. There as he continues the hard work of the Buffalo for
i, were six lovely contestants vying for the Court