|Aids Benefit Supports Those Living with HIV and AIDs|
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WATERLOO—Community Aids Assistance Project, CAAP, will host its annual Benefit Saturday, November 13, 2010 at the Five Sullivan Brothers Convention Center in downtown Waterloo. The CAAP Benefit raises money to support local health organizations including the American Red Cross, Cedar Valley Hospice, Cedar Aids Support System, HIV Prevention Educational Programming at the Black Hawk County Health Department and the UNI Health Department. It also provides support for individuals and families living with HIV and AIDs in the Cedar Valley. CAAP encourages community members to attend and learn more about how they can help those in need and prevent the spread of this life-changing epidemic.
A Pre-Benefit Fundraiser will also be held Friday, November 12, at Kings and Queens Tap at 304 West Fourth Street in Downtown Waterloo beginning at 7 p.m. featuring a drag show from local cast members, a cake auction and 50/50 cash raffle. A Post-Benefit Celebration will also be held at Kings and Queens tap immediately following the CAAP Benefit.
What: Community Aids Assistance Project Benefit 2010
When: Saturday, November 13, Doors open at 6 p.m.
Where: Five Sullivan Brothers Convention Center at 205 West 4th Street, Downtown Waterloo
Cost: $15 per person. Tables of 8 can be reserved for $25.
Proceeds benefit local health organizations include American Red Cross, Cedar Valley Hospice, Cedar Aids Support System, HIV Prevention Educational Programming at the Black Hawk County Health Department and the UNI Health Department.