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Aids Awareness Week (Nov 26, 2007)

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Abigail Calvert, sophomore intercultural studies major, helped out at the table outside of Coburn that raised AIDS awareness and took up donations. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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Abigail Calvert, sophomore intercultural studies major, helped out at the table outside of Coburn that raised AIDS awareness and took up donations. - Kristi McMurry Woody
Sophomore Miranda Lindsey, education major, reads the sheet of paper that was inside of the balloon that she popped as a part of AIDS awareness week.  Students were encouraged to learn more about this deadly virus. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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Sophomore Miranda Lindsey, education major, reads the sheet of paper that was inside of the balloon that she popped as a part of AIDS awareness week. Students were encouraged to learn more about this deadly virus. - Kristi McMurry Woody
Balloons were placed outside of Coburn and the Lexington Inn with strips of paper inside telling students to visit the AIDS awareness booth to find out how they can help the cause.   - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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Balloons were placed outside of Coburn and the Lexington Inn with strips of paper inside telling students to visit the AIDS awareness booth to find out how they can help the cause. - Kristi McMurry Woody
Balloons were placed outside of Coburn and the Lexington Inn with strips of paper inside telling students to visit the AIDS awareness booth to find out how they can help the cause.   - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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Balloons were placed outside of Coburn and the Lexington Inn with strips of paper inside telling students to visit the AIDS awareness booth to find out how they can help the cause. - Kristi McMurry Woody
Students popped balloons outside of Coburn cafeteria.  Inside these balloons was a strip of paper encouraging students to visit the AIDS awareness booth to learn how they could help the cause. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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Students popped balloons outside of Coburn cafeteria. Inside these balloons was a strip of paper encouraging students to visit the AIDS awareness booth to learn how they could help the cause. - Kristi McMurry Woody
Sharron and Larry Pumpelly, former missionaries to Kenya and Uganda, spoke for Union's Aids Awareness chapel about the True Love Waits program they were involved with. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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Sharron and Larry Pumpelly, former missionaries to Kenya and Uganda, spoke for Union's Aids Awareness chapel about the True Love Waits program they were involved with. - Kristi McMurry Woody
Larry Pumpelly, former missionary to Kenya and Uganda, spoke for Union's Aids Awareness chapel about the True Love Waits program he and his wife, Sharron, were involved with. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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Larry Pumpelly, former missionary to Kenya and Uganda, spoke for Union's Aids Awareness chapel about the True Love Waits program he and his wife, Sharron, were involved with. - Kristi McMurry Woody
Larry Pumpelly, former missionary to Kenya and Uganda, spoke for Union's Aids Awareness chapel about the True Love Waits program he and his wife, Sharron, were involved with. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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Larry Pumpelly, former missionary to Kenya and Uganda, spoke for Union's Aids Awareness chapel about the True Love Waits program he and his wife, Sharron, were involved with. - Kristi McMurry Woody
Sharron Pumpelly, former missionary to Kenya and Uganda, spoke for Union's Aids Awareness chapel about the True Love Waits program she and her husband, Larry, were involved with. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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Sharron Pumpelly, former missionary to Kenya and Uganda, spoke for Union's Aids Awareness chapel about the True Love Waits program she and her husband, Larry, were involved with. - Kristi McMurry Woody
Sharron Pumpelly, former missionary to Kenya and Uganda, spoke for Union's Aids Awareness chapel about the True Love Waits program she and her husband, Larry, were involved with. - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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Sharron Pumpelly, former missionary to Kenya and Uganda, spoke for Union's Aids Awareness chapel about the True Love Waits program she and her husband, Larry, were involved with. - Kristi McMurry Woody
Community members joined with Union students in walking from Mt. Zion Baptist Church to Jackson's court house to remember their friends and family that have been affected by AIDS.  At the court house they stopped and had a moment of silence for their loved ones.   - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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Community members joined with Union students in walking from Mt. Zion Baptist Church to Jackson's court house to remember their friends and family that have been affected by AIDS. At the court house they stopped and had a moment of silence for their loved ones. - Kristi McMurry Woody
Community members joined with Union students in walking from Mt. Zion Baptist Church to Jackson's court house to remember their friends and family that have been affected by AIDS.  At the court house they stopped and had a moment of silence for their loved ones.   - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
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Community members joined with Union students in walking from Mt. Zion Baptist Church to Jackson's court house to remember their friends and family that have been affected by AIDS. At the court house they stopped and had a moment of silence for their loved ones. - Kristi McMurry Woody
Community members joined with Union students in walking from Mt. Zion Baptist Church to Jackson's court house to remember their friends and family that have been affected by AIDS.  At the court house they stopped and had a moment of silence for their loved ones.   - Photo by Kristi McMurry Woody
12/1/07 | 9111 | XL
Community members joined with Union students in walking from Mt. Zion Baptist Church to Jackson's court house to remember their friends and family that have been affected by AIDS. At the court house they stopped and had a moment of silence for their loved ones. - Kristi McMurry Woody

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