LGBT History Project of the LGBT Center of Central PA

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LGBT History Project

of the LGBT Center of Central PA

Located at Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections


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Title: Lavender Letter (Harrisburg, PA) Date: March 1997

Location: LGBT-009 Lavender Letter Collection




17106-0184 PUONE/FAX:

(717) 691-5577 E-MAIL ADDRESS;

LL60184@A0L.C0M Volume 15 No. 3



The Lavender Letter Office will be closed from March 20 untilMarch 27... Please try to submitall info early to the PO Box, or by FAX. Cails will not be returned until afterMarch27th. Thanks!!!

A Calender of Events, for and by Womyn March, 1997

Home Party Potluck beingplanned to benefit Daleva farms rebuilding project. Anyonewho may be ahome party demonstrator (tupperware, candles, baskets, etc.) please call Ann Garrett (610) 857-2480. Also, if anyone has anyphotos of events at Dale &Eva’s home, digthem up,and wellput together an albumatthepotluck. Watchfordetails in the April LavenderLetter.


9:30pm-l :30am... Change ofHeart On Fire & in concert at theYork Valley Inn,3883 E. MarketSt., York. (717) 840-0748


5pm. Join GLORA fortheir first Feast-Sit-Feast, aka dinner-movie night.

Meet atthe Tiighman8, Rt. 309 onTilghman St. under themovie posters to get tickets, then join us atthe Red Robin for dinner.Reservation needed by Fri., March 7. Call Diane at (610) 868-7183.


7pm... Lancaster AreaLadiesNightOut. Call Shirley at(717) 397-1915 orSandi at (717) 626-6154.

9pm-lam... Change ofHeart in concertatthe Dew Drop Inn, 293 Dew Drop Dr., Spry. (717) 741-1175.


l-6pm...YWCA ofYork, York Chapter of NOW, PennState York, York College, andHer Story Bookstoreare sponsoringaWomen’s FilmFestival.

Featuring 6short films selectedespeciallyfor theirappealtoall types of women. It will be held attheDeMeester Theater of the Life Sciences Building at York College, Country ClubRoad, York. Parkingavailable behindtheLibrary. Theseare not mainstream films,and the content might be somewhat unusual. Tickets avail,from YWCA of York,or at Her Story Bookstore. $5 adv.,and $6 at the door.

Don t Miss The Spring Fling!

Thingsslowed downa bit thiswinter, as wt took, a restful detour thru Key West. Now we're back in full swing preparing for oursecond annual Spring Fling, March 28-30,

1997. Meet old friendsandmake newones. We want you to share the fun! Someof theactivities wehave planned:

V Live entertainment.. Lana & Kim, popularcountry & western song writers/singers/musicians in concert to delight you. Small cover charge.

VPot luck supper in the diningroom with a cozy fire, if thenight is chilly.

V Easter EggHunt withprizes. The golden eggawardiscash.

Williamsburg Manor isaplace where you canrelax,feel comfortable,be yourself, andhave fun. Come experience an innovative new concept in leisureliving.

Call (757)-566-2133for moreinformation or reservations.

A freecolor brochureand scheduleof events is available.

4pm... Ladies 2000St. Patty’s DayParty at "TheMcRiver Deck" 4100 Main St., Manayunk. Call (609) 784-8341 for details.


6:30-900pm... SaintPatrick’sDay GaySkate sponsored by YorkArea Lambda atthe Roller-R-Way inDelco Plaza on CarlisleSt., York. Free admission, skate rental $1.25.


9pm... The Greg Louganis Story, "Breaking the Surface" willbe broadcast onthe USA Network. Sammons Channel32.


6pm... York AreaSinglesNight Out. Call Pegat (717) 225-6042 for reservation.

lOpm-lam...ChangeofHeartinconcertatNick’sl014Cafe, 1014N 3rd St., Hbg. (717)238-8844.


9:30pm-l :30am...Change of Heart OnFire& in concert at the York Valley Inn,3883 E. Market St., York. (717) 840-0748.


10pm-1:30am. ..Change of Heart On Fire & in concert at the Riverside Gingerbread Man, 313S.FrontSt, Wormleysburg. (717) 737-1313.

Upcoming Events...


7-1 lpm...Crossroads first anniversary bash to be held on the main dance floor ofStallions, 706N.Third Street, Hbg.Providing the Jams will be Heidi Linnor HeidiLinn’s 'You’re The Star" DJ & Karaoke.


Open Stage of Harrisburg presents the mostof important play of the nineties,Tony Kushner’saward-winningANGELS INAMERICA. Written in 2parts, MILLENNIUM APPROACHESand PERESTROIKA, the play is a cosmic-scale history of America in thepast2 decades. Funny, epic,and highly provocative. For ticketsand performance dates ofpart 1 "Millen­ nium Approaches" cail the Open StageBoxOffice at (717) 232-OPEN.


8pm...The CentralPAWomyn’s Chorus presentstheir Spring Concert

"Music,Music,Music"atthe Unitarian Church, 1280Clover Lane, Hbg.

Tickets $10, available atHerStory Bookstore or call (717) 236-SING.

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WEAKLEY Metropolitan Community Church

of the (Spirit

2973 Jefferson Street Harrisburg, PA 17110

Fine Feed & Seed • Grooming for Dogs& Cats 3963 N. 6th St / Harrisburg, PA 17110 / 232-3963

Service: Sunday, 10:30a.m. & 7:00 p.m.

Pastor Eva O'Diam (717) 236-7387



...Dignity of Central PA (Hbg) Services:FirstSunday of month, 5pm, Mass followed byPotluckDinner and Program. FriendsMeeting House, 6th & Herr Sts. 1st & 3rd Monday, Dialogue& Discussion Group, 1514 N. 2nd St., (use side door), (717) 652-7683.



MON.-FRI.: 5:15 AM - 2:00P.M.

SAT: 5:15AM-1:00PM

...Vision of Hope MCC, 130 E.Main St. Mountville, PA 17554. Service on Sunday at10:30am &7pm. AM Children’s SundaySchool. Phone#:

(717) 285-9070.

Social Groups...

Book Discussion Group. Ifyoulike to read,we wantyou .. to join our book dub. We meet the 2ndSundayof the month at 7pm. Call Kellie(717) 236-2876 for thismonth’s book andthe location ofthe meeting.

The Tikkun Project: Forge a new container from the shattered pieces of our lifestory thru movement,dance,song & music. Join us to create a sacredenvironment for deep healing. April 5, May 3 and June7 at the Bam, LowerAllen Park(15min.from downtown Hbg.) CallYasmin Germaine for details. (717) 774-7218.




...MCC of the Spirit, at their new Church 2973 JeffersonSt., Hbg.

EverySunday 10:30 am & 7:00 pm. Call 236-7387 for information. We offerChristianeducational sessions that nurture the whole person, call for details and special events.

...Unitarian Society of York, 49 E. Springettsbury Ave.,York. (717) 845-8212. Services: 8:45 & 10:30a.m. Childcare provided.

...Unitarian Universallst Church of Lane. Services: 9am&11am on Sundays. VesperMeditative Service: Tues. Evening at 7 pm. 538W.

ChestnutSt. Lane. (717) 393-1733.

... Unity Center for Spiritual Growth. 4695CharlesRd., Mechan­ icsburg. (Behind TrindleBowling Alley on Trindle Rd.) Services:

Sundays 9am & 11am. (717)737-8875. Unity is a culturallydiverse spiritualcommunity, promoting positive life transformation and rec­ ognizing that all people areone in God.

Diane L. Pornbach M.S.

Licensed Psychologist (717) 871-1719

Mailing Address:

428 Herr Avenue Millersville, PA 17551

247 N. Shippen Street Lancaster, PA 17602


Dine in Historic Elegance Private Parties Only

148 So. Hanover St.

Carlisle, PA 17013

258-5937 (FAX) 258-4909

Come join Our Circle - Dances of Universal Peace. The Dances of Universal Peace are an opportunity to experience the Divine embodied through song, movementand fellowship We gather e 2ndSaturday of theMonth at 7:30pm at the FriendsMeeting House, 6th& Herr Sts., Hbg. For moreinfo call Kellie -(717) 236-2 ° Yasmin (717)774-7218.

LAMBDA ALUMNI the Penn State Alumni Association for Lesbi­

ans, Gays & Bisexuals. They sponsor many events and are supported by Penn State University. To become a mpnLeg0X Lambda Alumni write to: LambdaAlumni Interest Group, P 10215, State College, PA 16808-0125.

FREE SPIRIT is Bloomsburg University’s Community for Lesb,a^’ Gay Men, Bisexuals, as well as our friends and family- e support, information, discussion, and activities to creat.e. .a.Wa'[el[' ee’ advocate socialchange... andjusthavefun! Forinfo call Wen Y Lampshire, Ph D., Dept,of Philosophy, (717)389-4332 or e-m lampshire@planetx.

The Central PA Womyn’s Chorus (the musical voice of t e lesbian and feministcommunity) rehearses on Monday nig s. 9311, are interestedinjoining, callArtistic DirectorTom Tiehel at2

or President Rose Samuel at 469-1377.


A Women's Victorian Inn & Adjoining Houses near the Delaware Beaches

Reservations required. Mary Ann & Julie (302) 684-3284

Shot Specials Fri. & Sat.

DJ DancingFri. & Sat.

$3.00cover Game Room & Bar Facilities

891 Eisenhower Blvd Harrisburg, PA (across fromMcDonalds)

(717) 939-1123

The Womyn ’s Place to Be!

You must have your l.D. on your person at all times. Proper Attire Required.

Building is available for private parties, holy union ceremonies & other events

Certified Lifeguards

Campfest (May 21-26) and Womongathering (June 12-15)

spend just 6 hours a day as a lifeguard spend the other 18 enjoying one,

or both, of our festivals.

For information call (609) 694-2037 or e-mail or Womongathr@

...COMMONJOURNEY, an organization ofLesbians and Gaysin the Healthcare, Human Services and Educational files, will meet at the Vision of Hope MCC Church in Mountville. Their goal is to provide an opportunity to networkand support oneanotheras we educate ourselves and the communityat large about commonissues that we as Lesbians,Gay Bisexualsand Transgendered People face as workersinthe Helping Professions. FormoreinfocallEdwinYates at (717) 285-9070 or e-mail at

MOIRA Means Hope... Support group for students and young adults who are dealingwith gender sexual identityissues willmeet the 3rd Tues, of each monthat the Unitarian Societyof York. 49 E.

Springettsbury Ave., York. Anyone ages 14thru24iswelcome. Moira offersaccurate info, practicaladvise andcan help address and discuss anxieties associated with sexual identity. For more info call Lew Bupp (717) 852-8543, Lorrie Barlett (717) 684-6310, or Kathy Weems (717) 757-4270.

LESBIAN AND GAYPARENTINGGROUP. I would liketo get a group together for social activities, and discussions on issues important to us as parents.

Anyoneinterested inmeeting other parents please call Audra at 871-1384.

Announcements. ..

For Rent: LogHome, 3 BR, 2 Bath with a fireplace on 1 Acreof ground in a beautifulsetting inseven Valleysnear SpringGrove (717) 225-6042. Pets a possibility.

The HaworthPresshasreleasedits Springcatalog of books. If anyone is interested in mailordering books of Gay & Lesbian Interests, call 1-800-895-0582 for a copy oftheir catalog.

Sandy Smith, Mikaela Tallman and Zo Tailman wouldliketo announcethe arrivalof their daughter and baby sister Sadaye Summer Smith born 11/24/97, 4y2lbs.





HARRISBURG, PA 17110 (717) 657-8848

.. .Congratulations!!!



By Tony Kushner

232 OPEN


T he L aw and you

Q: [PREVIOUS QUESTION]We are confusedabout the difference between aWill anda LivingWill. Aretheythe same thing? Do non-traditional couples needeither

of them?

— A: Lastmonth, we answered part of this question

* andexplainedin detail the need for a Living Will. A promise was made to now discuss aLast Will andTestament. This legal document is commonly referredto as a''Will" and non-traditionalcouples are particular inneed of Wills.

All jurisdictionswithin the United States have established intestacy laws. These lawsapplywhen anindividual dies"intestate",meaning thatthe individual died without a valid Will. Ifanindividualpreparedavalid Last Will and Testament, there is no needto apply intestacylaws. But....if anindividual dies withouta Will, then the intestacy lawsofthe state wherethat woman was residing at the timeof her death will control what happens afterherdeath.

Non-traditional couples do not havelegal recognition (NOT YET!!).Thus,the intestacy lawsprovide for only legallyrecognizedrelatives toinherit assets. Each ofthe fifty states hasset-up its own system. Those in line to take assetsfrom a decedent are usually aspouse (Yes, even thathusband of the past that you just did not get around to divorcing!), children, grandchildren, parents, sisters, brothers, aunts, uncles,nieces,nephews, andpossibly even cousins.

Inother words, without a Will, anon-traditional partner will take nothing ofa decedent’s estate. All assets that the decedent owned in her sole name or as a tenant-in-common with anotherperson would go entirely to someone other than the non-traditional partner. It would not matter if the committed relationshipwas ten, twenty, or fifty years in length. Itmustbe noted that assets held jointly, with the rightof survivorship, do not becomepart ofthe decedent’s estate. Thisis a special form ofownership that exists outside of a Will.

Now that you knowthe importance of preparing a Will,let us consider the contents ofthatWill. Youshould name an Executrix/Executor(female,/male) to execute, to carry out, the provisionsofyour Will. Thispersoncould beyour life-partner,or a trusted friend or relative; andyoumay want to consider naming aCo-Executrix, so thatnot just one personhandles this responsibility.

An AlternateExecutrix shouldalso be named,as acommon disaster couldresult in your deathandthedeath of your firstchoice for an Executrix. Co-Executors functiontogether; while an Alternate Executor steps inonly when theprimary person you named is unableto performthe duties.

Next, you should set forthyour wishes regarding funeral arrangements, burial and relatedmatters. Failure tomake such provisions results in others making

those decisions foryou;and quite often, their choices are totally diverse from your wishes. Thepurpose of the Will is foryou to speak, to clearly express your desires, toprovide a road maptobefollowed regarding decisionsthathaveto

be madeafter your death. i-

Finally, you should give careful thought as to how your assets are to be distributed. Even if you do not have many assets at the moment, the circumstancesof your death mayresultin a verylarge estate. This can occur whenthere isa plane crash, a vehicular collision, medical malpractice, or other wrongdoingthat may be a contributing factor to anuntimely death. Or.. you just mayhave that winning lottery ticket inyourpocket atthetime ofyour death.

In preparing a Will, you may designatespecificbequests.Forexample,youmay leaveyourgolfclubs to a nephew,yourclassring to a friend, $1,000.00 to a niece, yourcomputer systemtoa charitable organization, or $5,000.00 to a politicalcause. Give some thought as to specific itemsthat youmightlike to leave.

The remainder of your estate(after specific bequests have beenmade)can then be left inwhatever manner you wish to whomever you wish. The choices are plentiful and itisimportanttodiscuss themat great length with an attorney. You may make percentage distributions, ordollar amount distributions, or distribu­

tions at alater time, or distributions based upon some contingency. For example, youmayleave theentire remaindertoyour life-partner, or50%to her and 50% toyour mother so long asshe did notremarry, orcertain percentages to nieces and nephews upon each reaching the age of 21years. These highly personal choices shouldbe carefully considered.

It is NOT recommended that you prepare a Will without legal advice. Wills can be challenged; and they must be technically correct In order to be valid. Some family members may be opposed to your sexual orientation; and that often results in non-traditional couples fighting a legal challenge to a Will. This can result in emotional hardship, lengthy litigation, and finan­

cial burdens. To avoid these types of problems later, it is advisable for you to obtain the services of a professional now.

Copyright1996 et seq. Ruth JosephLegalEnterprises - All Rights Reserved NOTE: Thiscolumnis written by a retired attorney and judge. She answers questions ofa general nature and sheis not giving specific legal advice. Laws in differentjurisdictionsmay vary. For specificlegal problemsyou are bestadvised toconsult a practicingattorney in your area. Ruth Josephwelcomesquestions from her readers. Please mail your legal question to Ruth Joseph Legal Enterprisesat P. O.Box 185 Paradise, PA 17562-0185. Only one question will be selected for each column —and no personal replies canbe provided.

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Latisfta QQ Jrederic^ Esq.

Attorney and Counselor at Law

909 H Second St.

Harrisburg, TA 17102 (717) 236-8241

Witts dr Estates, Divorce dr Custody, generad CiviCLitigation, HeaLt/i Care Law

—YAL (York Area Lambda) Educational, Political &SocialGroup of Lesbian/Gay & Bi people in the York area. Newsletter included with paid dues. For more info write P.O.Box2425, York, PA 17405 or call (717) 848-9142.

—The Women’s Resource Center at Bucknell University sponsors various events throughout the month. Poetry readings, self defense classes,art exhibits, discussion groups, etc. Call (717) 524-1375for their monthly calendar.

—Triangle Interests... A not-for-profit, Lesbian membership associa- 'on offering financial and businessnetworking opportunities, educational seminarsand social activities. FormingaLesbian CreditUnion... Retire­ ment Communities...(+much more). Formoreinfo call: (215)487-3736.

■■■Susquehanna Lambda regular monthly meeting (2ndSunday of the month) at theAIDS Resource Office, 507W.4th St. Socialhourat 5pm, meeting at 6pm. For infowrite P.O. Box 2510, Williamsport,PA 17703, or call the North Central Switchboard at (717) 327-1411.

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THERAPEUTIC SERVICES, PC 3300 North ThirdStreet • Harrisburg, PA 17110

Tel. 717-234-3839 FAX 717-234-6247 Office hows by appointment

Susan L. Thornsley, MD Debra Doubrava, MS Jessica Hart, MA Lynn Loomis, MEd AlanC. Wearich, D.min.

Marcy H. Brenner, MS Mary Jane Fox, MSW Nicolee M. Hiltz,PhD Jih AMarshall, MS Lawrence L. ven Rago, MD

...York Area Singles A great wayto meet other women. Dinneronce a month on Sat. Nite. Call Pegat (717) 225-6042 forreservation.

Support Groups...

... Support group for Gay/Lesbian/Transgenderd persons who are parents. 2nd Thursdayof eachmonth 7-8:30pm at the MCC Church, 2973 Jefferson Street, Hbg. Facilitatedby Susan Thornsley, M.D.

Childcarewill beprovided. (The meeting place was changed to the MCC Church ofthe Spirit insteadofthe Friends Meeting house).

...Support meeting for SusquehannaLambda every FirstSunday of the month at 7pm at theAIDS Resource AllianceOffice, 507 West Fourth St., Williamsport. For detailscallDan(717) 322-8793.

...The Center for Women Students at Penn State, Univ. Park sponsors many film series/discussion groups on women & Lesbian con­ cerns. For more info/brochure call (814) 863-2027 or write: Ctr for Women Students, 102 Boucke Building, Penn State Univ., University Park, PA 16802.

—GLORA (Gay & Lesbian Organization ofReading & Allentown) is a Sroup thatgathers at least2x/monthtodo fun activities and make new friends. We sponsor a broadrangeof events:potlucks, mini-golf, bowling, dances, road trips,hiking, skiing, movies, etc. CallDiane for more info.

(610) 868-7183.

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Book Value: $14,000.00 Loan Value: $12,600.00

Asking: $12,300.00 Call (717) 236-8241

Qualify Picture Framing and Art Gallery

Michelle Bingham 334 N. Queen St.

(717)295-7290 Lancaster, PA 17603

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Box60184, Harrisburg, PA 17106-0184. (717) 691-5577. Con­ tents may not be reproduced unless authorized in writing by the Editor. Wereservethe right to edit/reject anysubmissions. Sorry, personalanddatingadswillnot be accepted. Callswillbe returned either in the evening or on weekends. If you don’t hearfrom us within 3-4 days, thevoicemail machine may not have recorded your message properly, so please call back! Please do not call or FAX after 10pm or before 8 am. Thank you.


Lesbian, Feminist and Gay Men’ s Books, magazines, records, etc.

Store and Mail order Call for our catalogs:

1-800-222-6996 (OUTSIDE PA) (215) 923-2960 (PA)





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z ALTLAND'S RANCH Saturday, April 12th, 1997

Doors open at 7:00, Change offleart- On fire performs 8:00 - 10:00, D.J.Rodney dance music 10:30 - 2:00 and free food buffet

including chips, pretzels, veggies, cheese and wings from 7:00 - 10:00

Tickets only $5.00 in advance,

$7.00 at the door

For more information call 843-6203

Fill out order form below and mail check to:

Change of Heart, P.O. 7716, York, Pa. 17404-0716 E -Mail:



Phone #.

Need directions? N / Y

How many tickets?

S.A.S.E. appreciated


Treat yourself to (

The first annual Spring concert of the

Central Pennsylvania Womyn’s Chorus

Let us put a spring in your step and a smile in your heart Saturday, April 19, 1997 Harrisburg Unitarian Church

1280 Clover Lane

(Just off Eisenhower Boulevard across from Leed’s Restaurant)

Tickets $10

Tickets available at Her Story Bookstore in Hallam


or call 717-236-SING


The chorus is the musical voice ofcentral Pennsylvania’s feminist, lesbian & gay communities. Pleasesupport us by: • making a

financial contribution • buying an ad in our pregrambook •servii ;; asa volunteer,and

•attendingour concerts. New members are admittedperiodically throughout theyear. For

more information, call Artistic DirectorTom Tiehel at 717-232-2169, ext 24.

Yes!/ wanttosupportour chorus!

□ Enclosedis $_____for______tickets($10 each) to the concert, and a SASEto mailthem tome

□ Enclosed is my contribution (March 21 deadline to be listed in program booklet):

□ $500 ormore(“benefactor”)

□ $100+(“sponsor”)

□$50+ (“donor”) □ $25+ (“contributor”)

□ $10+(“friend”) □ Other: $____

Write name(s) below asyou wantitto appear in program (otherwise, we will take it from your check),or

□ checkhereifyouprefer notto be listedin the program

□ Enclosed is my camera-readyad (March21 deadline — call 717-249-3756 formoreinfo) Iwouldlike to help with:

□ Selling tickets □ Fund-raising activities

□ Concert production

□ I’d liketo sing.

□ Put me on the mailinglist and keep me posted on concerts and other activities.


NAME _______________ _ _____________________

ADDRESS__________________ ______________________


PHONE ____________________.______________________

Clipandmail with check (and SASE) made payable to:

CentralPennsylvania Womyn’s Chorus P.O. Box 60426 • Harrisburg, PA17106-0426





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