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Caravan of the Campaign to End AIDS coming to Michigan

By | 2018-01-16T08:19:31-05:00 October 27th, 2005|News|

Compiled by Dawn Wolfe Gutterman

As reported in the Oct. 20 edition of Between The Lines, the Caravan of the Campaign to End AIDS will be traveling across the state of Michigan from Oct. 30 – Nov. 1 on the way to five days of events in Washington, D.C.
The following is a list of dates and events that were available as of press time. For more information, contact Gary Karch at 269-684-3859 or any of the individuals listed below.

Sunday, Oct. 30

9 p.m., Grand Rapids: “Unmask The Stigma” meet and greet fundraiser for C2EA at Diversions.

Monday, Oct. 31

11 a.m., Grand Rapids: The caravan leaves from Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy, 214 E. Fulton St., to travel from Grand Rapids to Lansing.
Contact for Grand Rapids events: Dave Watt at 616-456-9063 or 616-791-0432, or by email at
1 p.m. Lansing – Rally, Capitol Steps
Contacts for Lansing event: Patrick Lombardi at 517-394-3560, ext. 14, or; Nancy English at 517-484-5120, or
5 p.m., Flint – Rally at the International Institute, 515 Stevens St. Combined with walk to open house for the newly-remodeled Wellness AIDS Services, Inc. at 311 Court St.
Contact for Flint event: Allen Murray at 810-618-8941 or

Tuesday, Nov. 1

11 a.m., Ann Arbor – Rally at the University of Michigan Diag.
Contact for Ann Arbor event: Christopher Posler at 734-572-9355 or 734-717-8221, or by email at
1 p.m., Detroit – Rally at Community Health Awareness Group at 1300 W. Fort St.
Contact for Detroit event: Lydia Meyers at 313-963-3434 or; Felix Sirls at 313-876-4845 or

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