FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Wistful wednesday : Early 1920's
These are Meady's children. Two girls and a boy, Far Guy's Mom is the oldest. This photo was probably taken in 1922, the children's ages would have been, 5, 3 and 8 that year. Somehow I cannot imagin... Posted on 4/29/09 at 6:58 AM
National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NNHAAD) will be observed in Minnesota and across the nation on Wednesday, March 20. The goal of the day is to raise awareness about the impact that HIV/AIDS has had on American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians and to honor those who are infected or affected or who have died due to the disease.
A total of 292 new HIV cases were reported in the state in 2011 compared with 331 cases in 2010, representing a 12 percent decline, according to a new report from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH). However, health officials cautioned that certain population groups have seen increases.
Rural AIDS Action Network (RAAN), the statewide nonprofit organization working to raise awareness and help prevent HIV/AIDS, while providing support for HIV/AIDS clients in rural Minnesota, is partnering with The Aliveness Project to expand Dining Out for Life to four new locations in Greater Minnesota.
A total of 331 new HIV cases were reported in the state in 2010 compared with 370 cases in 2009, representing an 11 percent decline, according to a new report from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH). However, health officials cautioned against reading too much into the drop in cases.
On behalf of the Rural AIDS Action Network (RAAN), we would like to thank Jason Mergen, Kellie Moore, Linda Martin and all of the people that volunteered and helped organize the Sweating for a Reason, 24-hour indoor cycle-a-thon fundraiser for HIV/AIDS and RAAN that took place on April 24-25 at Savvy Fit.
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