In Honor of the AIDS Quilt 30th Anniversary and World AIDS Day, the Fort Wayne Museum of Art will be displaying 6 panels of the AIDS Quilt from December 2nd to December 7th. The admission is free to see the quilt only. The Fort Wayne Museum of Art admission applies for visitors who wish to see other museum exhibits. The AIDS Quilt, which was conceived in November of 1985 by long-time San Francisco gay rights activist Cleve Jones, is a powerful visual reminder of the AIDS pandemic. More than 48,000 individual 3-by-6-foot memorial panels — most commemorating the life of someone who has died of AIDS — have been sewn together by friends, lovers and family members. http://aidsquilttouch.org/sites/default/files//images//03967_512.jpg
Check out this amazing donation of food to The Gregory L. Manifold food pantry at The Positive Resource Connection. This couple brings in donations such as this very often and does not want to be recognized by name for their generosity. Our staff is just always amazed. Just look, Cake mixes and FROSTING, pasta, soups and fruits. Many Thanks from many who will be blessed by this generous donation!