World AIDS Day Observance
Hosted by Legacy Community Health - Montrose (1415 California St. Houston, TX 77006)
Free and open to all, free parking available in lots onsite
World AIDS Day Observance at Legacy Community Health - Montrose location included a brief program with guest speakers, followed by a walking candlelight vigil.
Opening Music - Angelina DM Trailz
Welcome Remarks, Cindy Burbano, Mega 101
Invocation, Morgan Gates, Pastoral Intern, +Kindred Church
David Leslie, Executive Director, Rothko Chapel
Bryan Hlavinka, Board Member and Endowment Secretary
Bruce Turner, Recipient of the Joel R Martinez Award
State Representative Shawn Thierry
Ruston Taylor, Director of Pharmacy Services at Legacy Community Health
Since the early 1980s, an estimated 36 million people have died from AIDS-related illnesses. Houston has the most people living with HIV/AIDS in Texas, a reality with vast consequences. Join us to remember those we have lost due to HIV/AIDS, and to raise awareness of how important it is to know your status and the facts about how to protect yourselves and others, and to ensure
everyone has access to testing, prevention and treatment. Together we can end the epidemic.
During this World AIDS Day event, Legacy Community Health displayed the names of those we have lost to the AIDS epidemic. World AIDS Day Testing Hours at Legacy Community Health - Montrose took place from 4:00 – 8:00 PM
Sunday, December 1, 2019