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Chico supports World AIDS Day

Caring Choices, Butte County Public Health, Stonewall Alliance, and Faith Lutheran Church of Chico are hosting an event to support World AIDS Day.

Posted: Dec 1, 2017 5:44 PM

Caring Choices, Butte County Public Health, Stonewall Alliance, and Faith Lutheran Church of Chico are hosting an event to support World AIDS Day.

The public is invited to join World AIDS Day as they fight against HIV, show support to those living with HIV, and commemorate those affected by AIDS-related illnesses.

The event is Friday December 1st at 6 p.m. at Faith Lutheran Church, 667 East First Avenue across from Bidwell Park.

The event will feature the Celebration Gospel Choir, former Mayor of Chico Scott Gruendl, Rev. Kathryn Gulbranson, and Pastor Ben Colahan.

Local AIDS quilts will be on display, donations of canned goods will be collected for the Caring Choices food pantry, and there will be free snacks and refreshments.

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