Marking WORLD AIDS DAY

Red scarves were hung on trees, rocks, and benches throughout Veterans Park in Ohsweken last Friday marking World AIDS Day. The Grand River Grannies and Six Nations Health Services marked the annual Red Scarf Campaign. The red scarves symbolize the red ribbon of awareness organized by the AIDS Network. Events were held Friday to mark World AIDS Day.The scarves were both purchased and knitted and free to anyone who needed one. (Photo by Jim C Powless)

Red scarves were hung on trees, rocks, and benches throughout Veterans Park in Ohsweken last Friday marking World AIDS Day. The Grand River Grannies and Six Nations Health Services marked the annual Red Scarf Campaign. The red scarves symbolize the red ribbon of awareness organized by the AIDS Network. Events were held Friday to mark World AIDS Day.The scarves were both purchased and knitted and free to anyone who needed one. (Photo by Jim C Powless)…

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