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Creating Community Breakfast 2010

We are delighted to report that this year's Creating Community Breakfast has helped us raise almost $60,000 (not including the Gay & Lesbian Fund match) to help Citizens Project create the community we imagine. We had roughly 500 guests turn out in support of Citizens Project and the gifts collected yesterday morning exceeded our wildest expectations. If you are interested in being a table captain at next year's event, please email Kristy. Here are some pictures from the event:

Citizens Project Welcomes Cameron Lucke

Citizens Project is excited to welcome Cameron Lucke as an intern for the summer! Cameron just finished his junior year at Michigan State University, where he is majoring in Comparative Cultures and Politics.  After moving around a lot as a child, he now resides in Colorado Springs, and calls this city 'home.' Cameron is thrilled to be working for Citizens Project, and is excited for the many upcoming events during the summer.  Cameron will be contributing to Freedom Watch Online, as well as coordinating voter education and outreach, among other things. Congratulate Cameron at luckecam@msu.edu!

Stay Informed & Support CP: Subscribe to the Gazette

The Gazette is a valued partner and supporter of Citizens Project and now  they are offering to donate a portion of new subscriptions to Citizens Project! To participate, simply click on the link below to subscribe and they will donate $25 to Citizens Project. You can stay up-to-date on your local news, and support us at the same time!

City’s Light Pole Banner Story on KRDO

Here's Tak Landrock's story about the banner issue: KRDO Banner Story Citizens Project is working to ensure that the U.S. Constitution's religious freedom guarantees are upheld in the new city's code regulating such banners.