Fundraiser Supports The Duluth-Superior Pride Festival

Updated: 07/20/2014 8:34 PM
Created: 07/19/2014 9:26 PM

Duluth-Superior Pride was rocking the boat Saturday night for their 10th annual fundraiser.

The event was held at the S. S. Meteor in Superior. Folks were grilling food as music played. There was also live and silent auctions.

All proceeds went to the Duluth-Superior Pride Festival. The coordinator of the event said the turnout at the fundraiser was good.

"Pride has continued to grow in it's 28 years in the Duluth-Superior area and so each year it tends to get bigger and better," Gabriel Dee said.

The fundraiser wrapped up at 11:30 p.m. The festival is August 30 at Bayfront Park.

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