xt7zw37ksz72 https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7zw37ksz72/data/mets.xml Lexington, KY Pride Community Services Organization 200707 This collection contains newsletters produced by the Lexington, Kentucky based Pride Community Services Organization. Included are publications from the organization through multiple name changes, such as LinQ magazine (July 2013-2016); the GLSO (Gay and Lesbian Services Organization) News (August 1986-June 2013); the GSO (Gay Services Organization) newsletter (1979-July 1986). Accession number 2016ms055. newsletters  English Pride Community Services Organization Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. Pride Community Services Organization publications LGBTQ community--Kentucky LGBTQ culture LGBTQ newspapers Gay men Lesbians Bisexual people Transgender people Sexual minorities Gender identity Drag culture GLSO News, July 2007 text GLSO News, July 2007 2007 2019 true xt7zw37ksz72 section xt7zw37ksz72 \ ? Gaga“ The GLSO NEWS
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Volume 22 Number 7
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4’“??? Massey annual yard sale, the organization's
Kaitlin sung herselfinto our hearts at largest fundraiser, Will be held Sat, JUIY
the picnic this year_ The crowd was 28,83m,at3473CaStlet0n HiHDr.jUStOff
particulariy excited by the yodeling skins TateS Creek Rd. BenefiCiarieS range from
she demonstrated on her rendition of the New Orleans AIDS TaSk Force to our
Leann Rimes' "I want to be a Cowboy's 0W“ GLSQ- Th? Lyons are sponsors 0f
Sweetheart". We hope to hear more from AVOL 393'“ ”“8 year and contribute to
this young woman. Congratulations other local QFOUPS through member
Kaitlin! contributions.
This year's yard sale will offer
Bluegrass Fairness clothing, home improvement goods,
electronics, PC components and
4th0flu1y Parade peripherals, books, music, videos, and
Join Bluegrass Fairness for another more including the-obligatory yard sale
4th ofJuly Parade in downtown Lexington. crock pot. An 'nV'tat'Ona' adults only
We will be creating a float and would love section will feature novelties and media
to have you join us as we walk through as well as phenomenal leather clothing
downtown Lexington. . Come to the line items and toys, bedroom accessories,
Midland Ave, next to the Herald Leader, consensual explorations. Sales W'”
around 1:30. The parade begins at2pm.. support the-upcoming 2008 Heart and
You should not have any trouble finding us Sp'nt education weekend
-wewill be the mostfabulous peopleinthe Jom the Lyons for the most
parade. anticipated yard sale in the Kentucky
If you missed it in last month's community. moreinfo onpage 5-
newsletter, Bluegrass Fairness has
become independent from the KY ,
Fairness Alliance and plans to work on The LQXIngton
LOCAL gay, lesbian, bisexual, and I ”(ms
transgenderissues. lfyouwouldliketo be 1 .‘Li Lyons
on our new mailing list, please e-mail us at f l,
bgfairness@insightbb.com. There is an 1: it July 28
article about Fairness on page13. rut yard Sale

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annual Investiture Ceremony, where the new
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Val. 22 No.7 their respective lines of descent. Please look
for flyers and posters announcing the date of
RO. Box 1172 Lex_, KY 40588 this event, which will be held in July. You can
www.lexingtonglso@yahoo.com keep up to date with the court by visiting
PrIde Center Office Manager Inside This Issue
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and help set new direction
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to attend and discuss how the group can REISILé§711L
be responsive to your needs. Join us on
July 6, at 7 pm for pot luck and a movie. MOWING
Dana will host the group on the first
Friday of every month, at 7 pm. I f you TRIMMING LIGHT
could like to volunteerto host an additional H AULING
meeting, or have suggestions for other
activities, call Dana at 859-230-2428." WEED EATING
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face unique challenges when it comes to financial planning. We will help you
develop a plan that’s appropriate to your needs—one that takes into account
not only where you want to go, but also how you want to get there.
For information, call
Mohua “Mou” Das
Financial Advisor
859-335-8118 888-390-6900
307 South Ashland Avenue, Lexington, KY 40502

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more than simply accumulating a nest egg have to pay income taxes on your

for the years when you're no longer contributions to the plan until you make a
working. It involves developing a long-term withdrawal.
investment strategy that helps you address If you are eligible to participate, you
this critical goal without losing sight of your may generally contribute up to $15,500
more immediate financial concerns, such each year, and $20,500 if you are age 50
as paying your mortgage or sending a child or above depending upon the provisions of
to college. the plan and other limitations imposed by

Where Will Your Retirement law. For example, 401 (k) plans must meet

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You will potentially need at least 75% the amount that highly compensated

of your pre-retirement income to maintain employees may elect to defer from salary
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These days, Social Security represents If you don't have an IRA, you could be
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whose post-retirement annual income was dollar of earnings can be reinvested to
at least $50,000 would generally derive earn more without having to make current
only 13.1% of their retirement income from tax payments.

Social Security. As a result, an investment in an IRA is
Your Company Retirement Plan progressively worth more than the same
Past generations relied on company amount invested in a taxable account.
pension plans to take care of their This powerful feature allows you to
retirement needs. While many companies potentially accumulate more assets than if
- still maintain defined benefit plans, many you had invested the same dollars in a
have switched to or added defined taxable account.
contribution plans, such as 401(k) plans. The Responsibility to Plan Is Yours
With a 401(k) plan, the responsibility is on The majority ofthe income you'll need
you to contribute to the plan and determine in retirement will most likely come from
how your savings will be invested. you. That's why it's vital that you take the
If your employer offers a401(k) plan, time now to develop an intelligent,
you generally have the ability to invest in a practical retirement plan that can help you
variety of professionally managed pursue yourretirementincome needs.
investment options. The earnings on the Agood way to start is to participate to the
money you invest are tax deferred, so the fullest extent possible in a 401(k) plan (if
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' ' ° “ ' . ' 'l - - - A ‘ - . - - - Thursday Friday Saturday
More information about many of the events are in this newsletter. You may want to call or ‘
email the group to confirm the date and time, see the directory on back page.
. Weekly Activities:
Pride Center may be abbreviated - PC Call for Place may be abbreviated- Call
8pm - Gay/ Lesbian AA
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by Mohua Das, Financial Advisor Depending on your needs, we can help
continued from page 3 you implement your retirement
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your company prowdes one) and make and brokerage capabilities. 1
annual contributions to an IRA. Both give '
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