AIDS Services of Austin Event

Please join Austin in honoring Lee Manford – an amazing HIV/AIDS advocate. Sunday, March 14th, there will be a party celebrating Lee Manford for his years of service at AIDS Services of Austin will be held at the Mexican American Cultural Center (600 River Street 78701) from 4pm to 7pm.  He retired February 28th.

Volunteers are needed to help as follows: Set-up: 12:30-4pm  OR Work Party and Clean-up: 4pm-8pm. Please contact Leora Visotzky (459-5883 or leora@thecarecommunities.org  ) if you are available to help at one or both of those times.

It will be a lot of fun, a great way to see friends who are also involved in the Central Texas AIDS nonprofit community, and, of course, to honor Lee Manford, a true star who has done a lot for The Care Communities!

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