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Grand Marshals for Spokane Pride Announced
2014 Grand Marshal Erica Roscoe
One of 2014’s Grand Marshal Erica Roscoe

Spokane Pride 2015 is just around the corner- 2 weeks to be exact. This year there will be five Grand Marshals for the June 13th parade, each representing a section of the LGBT community. Three of the currently announced Grand Marshals are INBA members.

The Community Grand Marshal is Blaine Stum. Legislative Aide, Chair of the Spokane Human Rights Commission, and Chair of the Public Policy Committee for INBA, Blaine is extremely active in Spokane’s Community.

Representing the Business Sector is Thinking Cap Communications & Design. Thinking Cap was the first nationally certified LGBT business in Spokane and has been working with Inland Northwest Business Alliance and other LGBT non-profits for over 20 years.

Thinking Cap is honored to be selected as the 2015 Pride Business Grand Marshal. Our support for the the LGBT community…

Posted by Thinking Cap on Monday, June 1, 2015

Rev. Dr. Todd Eklof of the Unitarian Universalist Church will be marching in the parade as an Ally Grand Marshal.

OutSpokane will announce the  Youth and Over the Rainbow Grand Marshals later this week.

Update 6-8-15

James Pearson is the Youth Grand Marshal

Patrick Glass is the Over The Rainbow Grand Marshal

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