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AIDS Committee of Ottawa turns 30

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 This year the AIDS Committee of Ottawa celebrates 30 years of providing HIV/AIDS education, prevention and support services. To mark the ACOXXX milestone, the organization is putting together a legacy book that wanders through the past, present and future of the organization. Find out how to contribute your own stories here. Or, get more information at a fundraiser/house concert this Wed, May 27 at ACO's new home at 19 Main Street. Doors open at 6:30pm, music by Glenn Nuotio and Jeffrey Straker begins at 7pm.

 

Barry Deeprose is one of the founders of the ACO. Khaled Salam is the current Executive Director. They joined Alan in studio to share more of the ACO's story.

 

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