The Connecticut Food Bank consistently provides food to the Interfaith AIDS Ministry (IAM) Living Pantry. Approximately seventy three families affected by HIV/AIDS in the Danbury area are served... As seen on the Connecticut Food Bank Website recently. By: Melinda Storey Weisberg, IAM Executive Director 11/29/2005 (PDF)
Front Page of Danbury News Times Wednesday, Thanksgiving baskets fill hearts with gratitude for giving.11/23/2005 (PDF)
DJ to call billboard home 19-day stunt to raise money for charity You might say billboards are his specialty. No, Neil Hedley doesn't design them. He lives on them. By: Jaime Garzon and Fred Lucas THE NEWS-TIMES 11/22/2005 (PDF)
Experts split on home HIV test Treatment could begin sooner, but safeguards must be in place to deal with impact of results The Associated Press contributed to this story. Contact Heather Barr at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (203) 731-3331. 11/15/2005 (PDF)
Brazilian music to highlight fund-raiser Bossa Nova music, a flamenco dancer and Ms. Connecticut Brazil. Those are just some of the attractions that will be on hand at the First Annual l Night of Brazilian Music By: Karen Ali THE NEWS-TIMES 10/18/2005 (PDF)
As students walked into the Youth Reacting to AIDS Conference at Western Connecticut State University on Thursday, they were given a little white card and told not to open By: Michele Lea Biaso NEWS-TIMES, Spring 2004 (PDF)
Russian group, Danbury kids have lesson in HIV/AIDS.
By Heather Barr THE NEWS-TIMES, 10/11/2004 (PDF)
Interfaith AIDS Ministry, Clients grateful for gifts.
By: Robin De Merell NEWS-TIMES CORRESPONDENT, 12/20/2004 (PDF)
Daily struggles, secret fear mark life of AIDS sufferer.
By: Heather Barr, THE NEWS-TIMES, 2/12/2004 (PDF)
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