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DELAWARE: HIV/AIDS Awareness Walks Set for Rehoboth, Wilmington on Saturday




 

Delawareonline.com (09.25.12) Aids Weekly Plus

On September 29, there are two 5K walks to raise money to help fight the stigma, increase awareness, and help those affected by HIV/AIDS. The 26th AIDS Walk Delaware will take place in two locations. One will be at Riverfront’s Dravo Plaza in Wilmington, and the other at Grove Park in Rehoboth Beach. Registration starts at 9:00 a.m., with the walk beginning at 10:00 a.m. All money raised through these events will be given to local HIV testing and prevention efforts and support services for those living with HIV/AIDS. More than 3,700 people in Delaware live with HIV/AIDS, and the state has one of the highest HIV rates in the United States. To register for the walk, visit www.aidswalkdelaware.og . Call (302) 652-6776 for more information.



 


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