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AIDS Walk Brings in $1.1 Million




 

Atlanta Journal-Constitution (10.20.03) - Monday, October 20,

About 12,000 people participated in yesterday's 13th annual AIDS Walk Atlanta, which benefits AID Atlanta and 16 other HIV/AIDS service organizations in the metro area. Organizers said the 10K walkathon, the largest in the Southeast, raised $1.1 million. Georgia has the eighth-highest rate of HIV/AIDS in the country, with about 27,000 people infected.



 


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