Utah’s gay and transgender-friendly color guard, the Righeously Outrageous Twirling Corps of Salt Lake City will host its annual awards banquet this month to honor its members, sponsors and supporters – including its first sponsor, Club Try-Angles, and its affiliate organization, the People With AIDS Coalition of Utah.
The banquet will be held Sept. 18 at 7 p.m. at the home of a member, and catering will be donated by S & A Dutch Oven. To RSVP contact Director Logan Brueck at [email protected] by Sept. 5. Tickets for the public are $20.
During the banquet, crystal trophies will be given to sponsors, and additional sponsors will be sought. The group will also announce its plans for the coming 2011 season, its sixth.
Although the color guard had planned to put on a military ball this autumn, a lack of funds have forced this event’s cancellation. Brueck said the group hopes to raise enough money to hold the ball next year.
ROTC-SLC will also finish out its 2010 season with two other events: an open house rehearsal at the Downtown Farmers Market on Sept. 11 and an end-of-summer barbecue in partnership with PWACU on Sept. 19 at Fairmont Park, 900 E. 2361 South.
For more information about ROTC-SLC visit rotcslc.com.