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DMV to honor employees with "Pride Day"

October 21, 2001

The state Department of Motor Vehicle's "Pride Day," a celebration recognizing the excellence of DMV employees, will be Wednesday.

In response to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on this country, DMV officials have themed its celebration "DMV Pride 2001-Helping America," giving DMV employees the opportunity to show their generosity and to lend a hand to those who need their help.

All proceeds raised from the activities will be donated to the American Red Cross to help the terrorist attack victims and their families.

The fund-raising activities will culminate at noon Sunday in Sacramento with a presentation of the department's donations to the American Red Cross.

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"Just as every employee is important to the success of (the DMV), every donation will be important to the success of this effort. Let us all take the time to show just how proud we are to be DMV employees and how proud we are to live in America," said Steven Gourley, DMV director.

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