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28 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Dec. 6 - Dec. 12, 2002 Wayne Juneau holds up one end of the World Aids Day ban- ner, emblazoned with a red ribbon, as Julie Locklear reads during the opening ceremony at the Rehoboth Bandstand. The red ribbon is an international symbol of AIDS awareness that is worn all year round and particularly around world AIDS day to demonstrate care and concern about HIV and AIDS. Several dozen community members gathered at Epworth United Methodist Church follow- ing the candlelight walk for the Service of Remembrance and Hope. Six panels of the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt are brought to the church each year for the observation of World AIDS Day. 25-40% off selected fail-winter clothing. Large selection of warm scarves, hats & mittens. Gift Items, Jewelry, Socks & Brighton merchandise. Winter "Red Hats" now in! The service included an original dramatic reading titled "Fragments" by Murray Archibald that poignantly expressed the stigma, discrimination and prejudice facing those living with AIDS. Shown are (l-r) Steve Twilley, Julie Locklear, Steve Elkins and Becky Craft. 123 Second Street, Lewes 645-4606 Worldwide, AIDS has claimed over 22 million lives. The Rehoboth service in- cludes a somber Reading of the Names ceremony. Hank Barzak, above, reads a list of persons who have died of HIV disease.