AAW & Red Scarf Project photos by various
The sign says it all. This was up in our staffroom window overlooking downtown Main Street.
Red Scarf Project chair Charlene Lalonde and Outreach Worker Marc Jodoin model some of the 170+ scarves that came in.
These tags were afixed to each scarf, providing background, awareness and agency exposure.
Mayor Al McDonald, flanked by Kathleen Jodouin (L) and Keri – McGuire Trehan, reads the AAW proclamation.
Nipissing MPP, Vic Fedeli expresses his support for the AAW and ACNBA.
HIV Educator, Dennis Chippa reads several poignant passages to mark AAW.
ACNBA Executive Director, Stacey Mayhall welcomes everyone to the AAW proclamation and Red Scarf Project.
Red Scarf Project chair, Charlene Lalonde outlines the agenda for tying scarves around the downtown area.
Media are on hand to report on the AAW events.
ACNBA staff, volunteers and clients take in the proceedings.
Mayor Al McDonald poses with RSP chair Charlene Lalonde proudly wearing the scarf presented to him.
RSP Charlene Lalonde (centre) is flanked by her mother Jennette and family (L).
ACNBA board members Lori Brooks (blue) and Todd Horton (cap) on hand to assist RSP.
ACNBA Outreach Worker Marc Jodoin and Nipissing MP Jay Aspin’s representative Patricia Courchaine.
Three red scarves are tied up along the downtown sidewalks of North Bay.
A red scarf stands out on a downtown tree beautifully frosted over by an overnight dip in the temperature.
North Bay Golden Angels representative displays a scarf of which 80 were knitted by the Angels.
ACNBA Educator Dennis Chippa joins Union of Ontario Indians AIDS Educator Jody Cotter.
Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli takes a shot for uploading to his Twitter account.
North Bay’s official AAW Proclamation alongside congratulatory certificate from Nipissing MP Jay Aspin’s office.