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July 22, 2013 3:51 PM

Merlene Davis: Two upcoming events will offer education about HIV/AIDS prevention

As a means of getting the word out or reminding people of the dangers of HIV/AIDS, the Hope Center is hosting the fifth and final "Hope in the City," a family fun day during which health resources and free HIV testing will be available in Douglass Park on Aug. 18. Hope Center representatives and AVOL volunteers will also be on hand Aug. 3 at the 13th Annual Family Fun Resource Fair at Shiloh Baptist Church. There will be health screenings, exercise, children's activities and face painting.

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