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INDIANA: AIDS Task Force to Hold Annual Dinner Dance Fundraiser


News-Sentinel (Ft. Wayne) (09.16.2013) Aids Weekly Plus

The AIDS Task Force in Fort Wayne, Ind., will hold its 25th annual Gay and Lesbian Dinner Dance at the Grand Wayne Center on October 5, starting at 7:30 p.m. The task force has priced dinner dance tickets at $50 and $100 for VIP tickets, which will include admittance to the mayor’s reception. Guests must purchase either dinner or VIP tickets in advance by calling (260) 744–1144. Tickets for only the dance are $10 in advance or $15 at the door. The event will include a tapas-style dinner, a live DJ, and performances by Doug Strahm. Proceeds from the event will benefit AIDS Task Force programs and operations. The organization is Indiana’s oldest AIDS service organization and serves 11 counties in northeast Indiana with care coordination services, prevention education, and HIV testing.


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