Our fabulous Quilting Group has made 3 new panels that will be inducted into the AIDS Memorial Quilt during this year’s exhibit Make sure to come see what this wonderful folks have been putting their love into over the last several months.
See the article in the Mountain Xpress here. AIDS quilt remembers those lost, highlights problems ahead November 24, 2014 by Pat Barcas The 48,000 panels of the AIDS Memorial Quilt not only represent well-known AIDS victims Ryan White and Freddie Mercury, but also others who touched lives around them — fathers, uncles, husbands and wives….
It was fun to see the CT photographer at our set up yesterday. Check out some of our volunteers working hard to get it all put together. Thank you everyone! Citizen-Times photo gallery
Help make a child’s wish come true this season. Check out the Holiday Gift Drive page for more information. Thanks to the Citizen-Times for putting us on their non-profit toy page! Citizen-Times Story
ASHVEILLE – The Western North Carolina AIDS Project will open the state’s largest exhibit of the AIDS Memorial Quilt in Asheville on Nov. 24. A Celebration of Lives will feature 160 panels stitched together on 20 blocks. The exhibit at the Renaissance Hotel, 31 Woodfin St., will open at 10 a.m. that Monday and run…