June 7 – Rotary Club of Indianapolis to discuss trans inclusiveness

On Tuesday, June 7, please join the Rotary Club of Indianapolis at noon at the Scottish Rite Cathedral as we celebrate Pride Month. Rotarian President Elect Sheila Carlson and her son, Brenden Paradies, will talk about the journey they have taken during Brenden’s transition- he was born a female but has been living life now identifying as male. Both Sheila and Brenden will share some of the challenges and pain experienced on their path, but will also share how the process has taught them what unconditional love and acceptance really mean. The pair will bravely open up for questions from the audience as well, as they continue to share their insights and offer words of inspiration as they both learn what it means to be transgender.

Tuesday, June 7, Noon
Scottish Rite Cathedral
650 N Meridian St,
Indianapolis, IN 46204
$16 at the door
Reservations optional

Rotary Programs, including this one, are always open to the public. Cost for lunch is just $16 and can be paid at the door. Reservations emailed to ktingle@indyrotary.org are appreciated, but not required.

The Rotary Club of Indianapolis is an inclusive membership organization that brings together engaged professionals from all sectors of business and nonprofit to create meaningful networking and professional development opportunities with a commitment to impacting the community. Our club includes 360 of the top business and community leaders in Indianapolis. Founded in 1913, we are one of the 15 largest Rotary Clubs in the country and meet weekly in the Scottish Rite Cathedral.

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