TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW)__ Topekans gathered at one local church to remember those who lost their lives to HIV and AIDS.
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship held an interfaith service and candlelight memorial to remember those they have lost.
They also provided free rapid testing to those who attended. It's all part of World AIDS day and getting to zero. Zero discrimination, zero new HIV infections and zero AIDS related deaths.
The event was presented by Positive Connections (formerly knows as Topeka AIDS Project) and was free and open to the public.
If you have questions regarding AIDS and HIV, contact Positive Connections at (785) 232-3100.
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