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Chronology: Historical Ministerial Highlights of 2009-2011 January 17, 2009:     Created four more episodes for the ongoing cable-access television series, "Sister Who Presents." January 19, 2009:  Four complete episodes of "Sister Who Presents" (each one broken into four pieces) are made available on the Internet web site, www.youtube.com/denvernevaar. January 31, 2009:  Two more complete episodes of "Sister Who Presents" (each one broken into four pieces) are made available on the web site, www.youtube.com/denvernevaar, bringing the full count to six. February 14, 2009:  Created four more episodes for the ongoing cable-access television series, "Sister Who Presents." March 13-15, 2009:  Ministered to attendees within a portable chapel at the Saint Patrick's Day Metaphysical Fair at the Denver Merchandise Mart in Denver, Colorado.
March 21, 2009:  Created four more episodes for the ongoing cable-access television series, "Sister Who Presents." March 28, 2009:  Presented a workshop at the annual "Gold Rush" transgender conference in Denver, Colorado, entitled "Conversational Strategies or Being an Anomalous Person with a Friendly Voice." April 18, 2009:  Created four more episodes for the ongoing cable-access television series, "Sister Who Presents." April 30, 2009:  Attended a presentation of Intergenerational Coming Out Stories at the GLBT Community Center of Denver, Colorado; an event designed to create dialogue and understanding between diverse ages of GLBT persons, including both teens and retirees, and invited attendees and participants to share their stories within future episodes of the ongoing cable-access television series, "Sister Who Presents." May 9, 2009:  Volunteer staff member for the annual Queer Prom facilitated by Rainbow Alley/GLBT Community Center of Colorado, which provided a safe and enjoyable experience for the more than three hundred  GLBT teenagers who attended.  June 22, 2009:  Participated in a Pre-Pridefest Potluck and discussion held at the GLBT Community Center, Denver, Colorado. June 27-28, 2009:  Attended the annual Pridefest Celebration in Denver, Colorado, also participating in the corresponding annual Pridefest Parade.  July 1, 2009:  Climbed in full ritual garb and makeup to the summit of Mount Sherman, elevation 14,036 feet. July 19, 2009:  Attended the annual Pridefest Celebration in Colorado Springs, Colorado, also participating in the corresponding annual Pridefest Parade. July 22, 2009:  Attempted to climb in full ritual garb and makeup to the summit of Mount Evans, but was prevented from reaching the trail by road construction.  Hiked the Chicago Creek trail instead. July 23, 2009:  Climbed in full ritual garb and makeup to the summit of Mount Evans, elevation 14,264 feet. August 28, 2009:  An extended photo-shoot at various locations within the Denver-metro area of Colorado created photos for use within future calendars, albums, original songs, and other creative projects, and video which will be edited into an updated version of the introduction to the on-going cable-access television show, "Sister Who Presents." September 1, 2009:  An extended photo-shoot at various locations within the Denver-metro area of Colorado created photos for use within future calendars, albums, original songs, and other creative projects, and video which will be edited into an updated version of the introduction to the on-going cable-access television show, "Sister Who Presents." September 4-6, 2009:  Ministered to attendees within a portable chapel at the Labor Day Metaphysical Fair at the Denver Merchandise Mart in Denver, Colorado. September 7, 2009:  An extended photo-shoot at various locations within the Denver-metro area of Colorado created photos for use within future calendars, albums, original songs, and other creative projects, and video which will be edited into an updated version of the introduction to the on-going cable-access television show, "Sister Who Presents." October 24, 2009:  Volunteer staff at the annual Samhain Witches' Ball, held at a Masonic Temple, Denver, Colorado. November 9, 2009:  Met with others at the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center of Colorado to begin planning for a 2010 regional conference dealing with issues relevant to elderly persons of those classifications. December 6, 2009:  An attempt to produce additional episodes for the ongoing television series "Sister Who Presents" is sabotaged by uncooperative audio equipment. December 17, 2009:  An attempt to produce additional episodes for the ongoing television series "Sister Who Presents" is sabotaged by uncooperative audio equipment. January 31, 2010:  Production of episodes #140-143 of the ongoing television series "Sister Who Presents" is mostly successful in spite of uncooperative video equipment. March 12-14, 2010:  Ministered to attendees within a portable chapel at the Saint Patrick's Day Metaphysical Fair at the Denver Merchandise Mart in Denver, Colorado. March 28, 2010:  Production of episodes #145-148 of the ongoing television series "Sister Who Presents" is successful.  An additional episode is attempted, but is unsuccessful due to uncooperative audio equipment.  Episode #144 is attempted but must be re- videotaped due to computer malfunction during the editing process. April 4, 2010:  Production of episodes #149-154 of the ongoing television series "Sister Who Presents" is successful.  May 2, 2010:  Production of episodes #144, 155, 156, and 158 of the ongoing television series "Sister Who Presents" is successful.  Three other episodes are attempted, but lack sufficient depth to maintain the ideological quality and character of the series, which has consistently been focused upon deeper and more timeless insights and principles, and are therefore declined and not added to the library of topics addressed by this ongoing video work. May 23, 2010:  Production of six more episodes of "Sister Who Presents" is successful. June 6, 2010:  Attended the annual members picnic of the Open Media Foundation at Sloan's Lake Park, which makes possible the ongoing cablecasting of episodes of "Sister Who Presents" to cable television subscribers within the city and county of Denver.  June 13, 2010:  Production of six more episodes of "Sister Who Presents" is successful. June 17, 2010:  A second attempt to climb in full ritual garb and makeup to the summit of Mount Antero in Colorado (elevation 14,269 feet), is prevented by adversarial weather and other complications. June 20, 2010:  Attended the annual Pridefest Celebration in Denver, Colorado, also participating in the corresponding annual Pridefest Parade.  June 22, 2010:  Production of six more episodes of "Sister Who Presents" is successful. July 18, 2010:  Attended the annual Pridefest Celebration in Colorado Springs, Colorado, also participating in the corresponding annual Pridefest Parade. September 3-5, 2010:  Ministered to attendees within a portable chapel at the Labor Day Metaphysical Fair at the Denver Merchandise Mart in Denver, Colorado. September 18-19, 2010:  Volunteer staff at the annual walk/run/ride fundraiser at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds in Golden, Colorado, for the Second Wind Fund of Metro-Denver, which facilitates effective and affordable teen suicide prevention. October 18, 2010:  An attempt to produce additional episodes for the ongoing television series "Sister Who Presents" is sabotaged by uncooperative audio equipment. October 23, 2010:  Volunteer staff at the annual Samhain Witches' Ball, held at a Masonic Temple, Denver, Colorado. October 25, 2010:  Production of five more episodes of "Sister Who Presents" and an approximately ten-minute PSA (public service announcement) contributing to the "It Gets Better" campaign aimed at suicide prevention, is successful.  Production of a sixth episode, however, is attempted but unsuccessful. November 25, 2010:  Volunteer assistant at the annual Thanksgiving Day feast at Charlie's of Denver, Denver, Colorado. December 3, 2010:  Attended Denver Open Media awards night event. December 25, 2010:  Volunteer assistant at the annual Christmas Day feast at Charlie's of Denver, Denver, Colorado. January 9, 2011:  Production of seven more episodes of "Sister Who Presents" is successful. January 22, 2011:  Attendance of a movie screening about possibilities of a resource-based economy, at the Auraria college campus, facilitated by the Zeitgeist Movement, in Denver, Colorado. February 20, 2011:  Production of six more episodes of "Sister Who Presents" is successful.  March 11-13, 2011:  Ministered to attendees within a portable chapel at the Saint Patrick's Day Metaphysical Fair at the Denver Merchandise Mart in Denver, Colorado. March 16, 2011:  Production of seven more episodes of "Sister Who Presents" (including episode #200) is successful. May 12, 2011:  As part of the preparations for a live hour-long call-in television special to celebrate twenty years of unconventional ministry, scheduled to be recorded on Tuesday, June 7, from 7-8 p.m. (MST), a set and lighting rehearsal within the primary studio at Denver Open Media is (with a bit of perseverance) ultimately successful. June 4-5, 2011:  Participated in numerous substantive conversations within a portable chapel (adapted for outdoor use), as part of the annual People's Fair event in Denver, Colorado. June 7, 2011:  To celebrate the anniversary of twenty years of unconventional ministry, a live hour-long call-in television special is produced at Denver Community Television.  From a personal perspective, the production is generally a disastrous experience due to numerous production-crew-related failures.  From a viewer's perspective, however, the show succeeds in being insightful and inspirational.  July 13, 2011:  Production of six more episodes of "Sister Who Presents" is successful. July 17, 2011:  Attended the annual Pridefest Celebration in Colorado Springs, Colorado, also participating in the corresponding annual Pridefest Parade. August 9, 2011:  A third attempt to climb in full ritual garb and makeup to the summit of Mount Antero in Colorado (elevation 14,269 feet), is successful, although the summit photo includes an inadequately updated sign, erroneously suggesting that the hike was accomplished in 2010. August 30, 2011:  Attempts to create eight new photos for use within the 2012 Calendar (and other uses also) are only partially successful (three of eight). September 2, 2011:  Attempts to create five new photos for use within the 2012 Calendar (and other uses also) are successful. September 2-4, 2011:  Ministered to attendees within a portable chapel at the Labor Day Metaphysical Fair at the Denver Merchandise Mart in Denver, Colorado. September 18, 2011:  Volunteer staff at the annual walk/run fundraiser at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds in Golden, Colorado, for the Second Wind Fund of Metro-Denver, which facilitates effective and affordable teen suicide prevention. September 20, 2011:  Production of six more episodes of "Sister Who Presents" is successful. September 27, 2011:  Production of six more episodes of "Sister Who Presents" is successful. October 1, 2011:  Ministered to attendees within a portable chapel at the Pagan Pride celebration at Stapleton Central Park in Denver, Colorado. October 4, 2011:  Production of six more episodes of "Sister Who Presents" is successful. October 25, 2011:  Production of six more episodes of "Sister Who Presents" is successful. November 8, 2011:  Production of six more episodes of "Sister Who Presents" is unsuccessful due to problems with lighting and set equipment.  November 22, 2011:  Production of six more episodes of "Sister Who Presents" is successful. November 29, 2011:  Production of six more episodes of "Sister Who Presents" is successful. December 13, 2011:  Production of six more episodes of "Sister Who Presents" is successful.