The Interactive Exhibit "World Vision Experience: AIDS" Has Inspired a Full Sche

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The Interactive Exhibit "World Vision Experience: AIDS" Has Inspired a Full Sche


Byline: Laura Zahn Pohl dupageneighbor@dailyherald.com

The interactive exhibit "World Vision Experience: AIDS" has inspired a full schedule of events at First Presbyterian Church, 550 N. Main St., Glen Ellyn.

The exhibit will be on display today through Sunday, Sept. 8, and Wednesday, Sept. 10, through Sept. 14.

The community is welcome to tour the 1,200-square-foot interactive experience and learn more about three African children whose lives have been affected by the disease.

Paired with the exhibit are several opportunities for community members to get more involved with this issue, said Jocelyn Smolik, associate director of youth ministries and project manager for the exhibit.

"We want people to not only experience the exhibit but also to get them thinking about AIDS," she said. "This is the largest health crisis of our day we cant ignore it."

On the opening day of the exhibit, the church will team up with Wheaton College for a 5 p.m. concert performed by Christian contemporary artists Shane and Shane. The event costs $2 and will be held in the sanctuary of First Presbyterian.

"Were also building a wall that people can use to respond to the exhibit they can help create a work of art," Smolik added.

A womens gathering, scheduled for 9 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 11, is titled "Breakfast with a Princess." The free event features special guest Princess Kasune Zulu, a native of Zambia, who will share her firsthand experiences with the AIDS epidemic.

She has dedicated her life to preventing the disease that claimed her own parents. …

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