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Union Bank and KCET Celebrate Local Heroes for LGBT Pride Month
UNION BANK AND KCET CELEBRATE LOCAL HEROES FOR LGBT PRIDE MONTH
WHAT: As part of an ongoing commitment to cultural diversity and in celebration
of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month, Union Bank and KCET
have opened a call for nominations for outstanding men and women of the LGBT
community -- local heroes who are
providing great leadership and making significant contributions to improve and
enrich the lives of others. Of the
nominees, five will be chosen and honored during a celebratory event in June.
2011 nominations will be accepted
until midnight Monday, April 6, 2011.
(No late forms will be accepted)
WHERE: Nomination forms are available via KCET's
Web site at www.kcet.org.
Type "LGBT" into the KCET page search bar or visit the Local Heroes page
WHO: LGBT community
members in the Los Angeles area who have shown leadership and dedication to
serving their community through participation in the arts, business, community
activism, education, social services, health services or any other relevant field.
For further information, please refer to the 2011 Candidate Nomination Guidelines
available at http://www.kcet.org/socal/local_heroes/lgbt-pride-month.html.
WHY: Partnering with
public television stations throughout California, Union Bank designed the Local
Heroes program to pay tribute to local heroes who are making a difference by improving
their workplace, profession, neighborhood, community, region and the world. The program has grown to reflect the
very vibrant and diverse communities in which the bank conducts business. Visit www.unionbank.com/heroes for more
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