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COLORADO: AIDS Walk Colorado Coming Soon




 

The Denver Channel (08.02.2013)

The 26th annual AIDS Walk Colorado is scheduled for August 10 in Denver’s Cheesman Park, with registration beginning at 7:30 a.m. Each year, more than 8,000 individuals from across the state gather to raise awareness for HIV/AIDS and to raise funds for the Colorado AIDS Project and more than 20 other AIDS service organizations in the Denver metropolitan area. The 5K event memorializes those who have lost their battle with HIV/AIDS and honors those who continue their fight. The event will feature live music, food, vendors, a beer garden, a “Diva Dash Stiletto Fun Run,” and a volleyball tournament that will feature the Colorado Gay Volleyball Association. For further information, please visit www.AIDSWalkColorado.org.



 


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