Thursday, May 10, 2012

News From Project LINQ

For more information contact                     
Kurt Ragin
Baltimore, Maryland
For immediate release
Wednesday, May 8


University of Maryland’s Project LINQ Host California Dreams Ball

     University of Maryland School of Medicine’s Project LINQ and the Baltimore Chapter of Pinklady will host a ball in celebration of Baltimore Gay Pride 2012.

     A ball is a competition that allows the GLBTQ community to express creativity, confidence, and skill in various categories. The event will focus on unity amongst the GLBTQ community and prevention of HIV throughout Baltimore City.

     The event will be held at 1030 Morton Street within the parking lot from 6pm-9pm on Saturday June16, 2012. There is no admission fee to enter the event. The event is open to the public. The event will include non-profit organization tabling with information about services and safe-sex material.

     Project LINQ is a community-based and youth focused program that focuses on STD and HIV prevention education, free confidential STD community-based testing, sexual and minority youth programs, and education services with HIV testing for small to moderate sized groups.

     For more information visit or call Jamal Hailey at 410-706-4162.

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