June 24th, 2006

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SNEN

Just got home from the Dallas Serenity screening and I had a wonderful time. We have the best fans. Ever.

$3400 for EN! Woot!

I can't tell you how much I love and am proud to be a member of this Big Damn Fandom.

P.S. Alan Tudyk will be at the Sci-Fi Expo in Plano this July. FINALLY getting some Serenifly love in TX!
Aaron

Kudos to Chicagoland Browncoats!

Amy of the Chicagoland Browncoats just sent out this message via the list!:

We Done Real Good
Posted by: "Amy"
Fri Jun 23, 2006 11:57 pm (PST)

I just tallied up the cashy $ from the Serenity Now/Equality Now Serenity Charity Screening, and we netted (preliminarily) $2,656!!!!

That includes $2,690 in box office receipts and $266 stuffed in the donation boxes, minus $300 to the theater.

We may still have some donations coming in and some shipping expenses to pay. I'll post the final $ amount when I send the check to Equality Now.

If you still want to make a donation to add to our total, please let me know.

Shiny job everyone!

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L.A. Screening

We had a blast.

But next time, guys, *shake that bucket a bit more*! :> Those of us with 'older' numbers got skunked.

Seriously, we had a fab time and raised - I think - over $4,000.

Also, we had some 'virgins' - hope they had fun!

If anyone got pics that included the girl in the Inara outfit with the yellow, white and blue scarf/shawl, that was me! If so, can you e-mail me copies of the pics, as we forgot to get any beforehand and were simply too fragged afterward when we got home.

Thanks to everyone who put it together!
River

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Greetings, everyone.
The L.A. Equality Now Serenity screening last evening was a good time, and it was nice to see some of the people from the Flanvention again.

Today, however, I went to the L.A. Film Festival's screening of Death of the Electric car, and there was where I saw her, smiling on the red carpet: Our very own River Tam. I was with a friend of mine who was wearing a Blue Sun t-shirt that he had gotten at the Equality Now screening, and so I yelled, "Summer!", pointed at my friends shirt, and smiled at her. She saw the shirt, recognized it, waved and smiled back. After standing around looking at her for a bit more as she was photographed, we decided to run off and tell my Mom about our Summer Glau sighting, but when we returned, she had disappeared.

I usually don't get google-eyed when I see celebrities, but it was Summer. I guess I just couldn't hold in my excitement.