January 2020 Meeting: Women’s March
in San Francisco
We entered the new decade in grand style, joining many local organizations for a women’s march in San Francisco. January is Stalking Awareness month, so we showed up with signs and brochures and jumped right in. We formed new coalitions and had an overall great time. View our video below.
December 2019 Christmas Party
On December 21 we had our second annual Christmas party with a record number of people showing up. We had a gift exchange and a merry time was had by all.
October 2019 Pumpkins & Politicians in SF
On October 19, we had coffee at Philz in San Francisco, then walked across the street to the Pumpkin Carving event with local politicians Senator Scott Wiener, SF City Supervisor Raphael Mandelman, and newly elected District Attorney Suzy Loftus.
Check out little Choral’s new smile — minus front teeth!
July 2019 at Henry Cowell State Park
On July 20 we all met at Henry Cowell State Park in the Santa Cruz mountains. We had a relaxing walk and a picnic amidst the redwoods.
June 2019 BBQ at Lake Merced
in San Francisco
Do we rock or what? Okay, we are a little biased. But you have to admit, this is a fine lookin’ group of awesome folks.
June 29 was our monthly meeting, and it was another marathon, going from 11:30am to 6:30pm. Thanks to Michelle for pulling it all together for us and even feeding everyone. This is our family and we love every member.
2019 Springtime Rally, Sacramento
April 26 – 27, 2019
People from all over the United States showed up for the “VI” (Victorious Individual) Springtime Rally in Sacramento on April 26 & 27.
We talked to people from Maine, Colorado, Philadelphia, Nevada, Arizona and Texas. We also connected with many people in the Bay Area who have now joined our support group.
Organizers and support group leaders Michelle Hachey and Justin Whitworth worked hard with a team including Lewis Rowe, Dr. Matthew Aaron, Shayla Avants and more for several months to create a meaningful and impactful event.
Highlights included impassioned speeches by Dr. Matthew Aaron and Justin Whitworth and an effective new way to extract information from audio files presented by Amy Holem of Surveillance and Harassment Survivor’s Alliance.
The entire group also marched around the capitol building with signs and chanting. See video by Megan Belmer to the right.
There are more live streams and videos of the speeches on the Meegs B channel, Go Here.
Overall the event was a huge success. Many thanks to Michelle and Justin and all of the people who worked so hard on behalf of all of us.