The weekend kicks off at Underground Atlanta, on Friday from 10 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. with testing, counseling, entertainment and other health and wellness activities. This is the first time that AID Atlanta has held an event centered on testing for HIV. The goal is to get 1,000 people tested! Come out and know your "status" Atlanta!
Are they also going to start arresting their rabid redneck fans that destroy their own campus during tailgating before games? What a classy bunch of fans - defecating on and trashing their own school. How very cosmopolitan, indeed. Bulldogs?! Try PIGS!
As a fan of a certain North Avenue school, I can proudly say we take pride in our campus and aren't a bunch of P-I-G, pigs.
Actually, this event was for Team Give Em' Hell, Maxwell who is also of course doing the Atlanta 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer and is close to raising $25,000. The team is centered around 31-year-old breast cancer survivor, Alicia Maxwell.
This year's walk will take place Sept. 20-21 in downtown Atlanta. For information or to volunteer, please call 404.531.4111 or visit www.2daywalk.org.
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