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20 TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4 -'THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2012 HEALTH & FITNESS Cape Gazette ........................................................ WORLD AIDS DAY CANDLELIGHT WALK REMEMBERS Chris Guidone pins a red ribbon of remembrance on Gina Cavalli at the gathering at the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand before the Candlelight Walk. DAN COOK PHOTOS WORLD AIDS DAY WAS REMEMBERED by a candlelight walk and a Service of Remembrance and Hope in Rehoboth Beach, Dec. 1. Nearly 175 men, women and children proceeded with candles in hand from the Bandstand, down Rehoboth Av- enue and marched silently to All Saints' Church on Olive Avenue where the service of remembrance and hope was held. Names of the victims lost to AIDS were read during the service and candles were raised in remembrance. Joy Glass, left, Sharyn Warwick and Ward Ellinger carry the World AIISS Day banner to lead the Candlelight Walk to All Saints' Church where the Service of Remembrance and Hope was held to remember World AIDS Day. Nan Flesher, left, and Joie Rake await the start of the Candlelight Walk. Friends (left to right) Katie Handy, Betsy Hollowell, Gwen Osborne and Larry Zeigler gather at the Christmas tree before the Candlelight Walk. Sharon Warwick reads words of hope before the start of the World AIDS Day Candlelight Walk. Below, Steve Elkins, executive director of CAMP Rehoboth Community Center, welcomes and gives walk instructions to the people gathered at the Rehoboth Bandstand before the Candlelight Walk. Walkers silently proceed down Rehoboth AverlLi~i~ to their destination of All Saints' Church for the Service of Rembrance and Hope. Shown are (left to right) Karl Zoric, Brett Svensson, Susannah Griffin and Leslie Sinclair. Stephanie Manos, left, the Rev. Jonathan Baker, Rick Bane and Reber Whitner pro- ceed down Rehoboth Avenue during the World AIDS Day Candlelight Walk.