23rd Annual Valentine for AIDS 

Runs through Sunday, Feb. 14

Art for more than art's sake.

Courtesy Flying M Coffeehouse

Art for more than art's sake.

The annual Valentine for AIDS silent auction at Flying M Coffeehouse is a tradition that dates back nearly a quarter-century. When it started, HIV/AIDS was still a medical mystery—an underlying medical condition that turned obscure or otherwise easily overcome diseases deadly. Since then, social attitudes about and treatments of the disease have changed, but Flying M's benefit has not. Join the downtown coffeeshop/gift shop for its 23rd annual auction. In year 22, it raised more than $27,000, and this year, the work of approximately 260 local artists will hopefully raise even more for the Safety Net for AIDS Program, which provides housing, utilities, grocery and medical assistance to those with HIV/AIDS.

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Flying M Valentine for AIDS Silent Auction Closes Sunday, Feb. 14

Flying M Valentine for AIDS Silent Auction Closes Sunday, Feb. 14

Only a few days remain in the 23rd annual Flying M Coffeehouse Valentine for AIDS silent art auction, so if you're hoping to snag a sweet piece for your sweet piece, you have until 4 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 14, to try and score. 












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