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Fight HIV/AIDS While Dining Out on Thursday

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ST. CLOUD – Restaurants in St. Cloud and Alexandria are joining in the fight against HIV/AIDS tomorrow (Thursday).

The annual event called “Dining Out for Life” has been held in the Twins Cities for 18 years.  Now restaurants in greater Minnesota cities are joining the cause.

Participating restaurants donate a portion of their sales to help people living with HIV/AIDS.

On Thursday stop at all three Bo Diddley’s locations and the downtown Pacific Wok during the lunch hour.  Dinner locations include the House of Pizza and Biology 701.  KARE 11 Meteorologist Sven Sundgaard will be at the Pacific Wok during lunch.

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