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World AIDS Day Reception and Vigil

Join HOPES for a World AIDS Day Reception and Vigil the day before the actual day of commemoration.

When: Nov. 30, 4 pm – 6 pm
Where: “HOPES House” 467 Ralston St, Reno Nv, 89503

World AIDS Day is Dec. 1. Join HOPES for a WAD reception and vigil the day before to hear from our CEO, Sharon Chamberlain, a regional expert on HIV, Dr. Trudy Larson, and learn the stories of people who live with HIV.

A reception with beverages and bites will be followed by a vigil to commemorate those we have lost to HIV and celebrate the strength of people who live with it.

Make sure to pick up a red light bulb and install it in a visible place to mark World AIDS Day on Dec 1.

RSVP by clicking here to register on Eventbrite. You can also call 775-997-7586 or email Mingvoldstad@nnhopes.org to RSVP.

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