Remembering friends on World AIDS Day

chorale

This Turtle Creek Chorale panel (lower left) was one of the earliest panels in the Quilt, made in 1987. It remembered the 12 members of the Chorale who had died of AIDS. Within a few years, the Chorale was remembering more than 100 members who had died.

Each year at their Christmas performances, they place one poinsettia on stage for each member they have lost to AIDS.

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