RCNV contingent at SC Pride in 2022

2022 Santa Cruz Pride Parade

Our small but mighty contingent walked in the first Pride parade since before the pandemic. Despite the unusual rain we had a wonderful time participating. You can also check out the images featured in the Sentinel.

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