Bazaar to Benefit AIDS Service Group
A year-old nonprofit service group working with blacks and Hispanics who have AIDS will hold a fund-raising bazaar from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Christ United Methodist Church at Fourth and I streets SW.
The Intergroup Minority Project AIDS Consortium and Trust works with other AIDS service groups to help with the physical, social service, psychological and educational needs of people with AIDS and their families and friends in the black and Hispanic communities.
The group still needs items to sell at the bazaar. Donations, from artwork to small furniture and books, can be made at the IMPACT office at 300 I St. NE, or call Harold Burris at 546-7228. $1 Million House Raffle
A national group trying to raise money for a memorial to honor women in the military is raffling off a house valued at $1 million in Northern Virginia.
The raffle, sponsored by the Women in Military Service for America Memorial Foundation, is for a 6,000-square-foot home in Centreville with a two-car garage, a library, a master bedroom suite with a whirlpool tub, a deck with a hot tub and two fireplaces.
The deadline for getting raffle tickets at $25 each is midnight Oct. 29. The drawing will be Nov. 10.
The memorial, to be built in Arlington National Cemetery, is expected to cost $25 million and be completed by 1992.
For information, call 296-3385. Candidates to Visit School
Social studies teachers at Banneker High School at 800 Euclid St. NW will sponsor a mayoral candidates forum for the school's 400 students from 2 to 3 p.m. tomorrow. The program is open to the public.
Candidates will present statements and then take questions. The forum will be followed by a mock election, and results will be released Tuesday. Town Meeting on AIDS
WDCU-FM and WHUR-FM will broadcast simultaneously a live Town Meeting on AIDS from 2 to 3 p.m. Sunday at Israel Baptist Church at 1251 Saratoga Ave. NE.
The simulcast will focus on the status of AIDS in the Washington area and provide details of available AIDS services.
The program, sponsored by the city's Office of AIDS Activities, will feature a panel of experts, live entertainment and presentations by community groups. Lunch will be offered free to the first 400 people attending.
For information, call 282-7588. Luncheon on Health Care
The League of Women Voters of the District of Columbia will hold its annual fall luncheon 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 13 at the Washington Plaza Hotel at Thomas Circle NW.
The guest speaker will be Reed V. Tuckson, former D.C. commissioner of public health and now a senior vice president for the March of Dimes, who will discuss paying for health care in the District.
Tickets are $25. For information, call 347-3403. AU Delegate Forum
WAMU-FM radio, licensed to American University, will broadcast live a special delegate Forum from 8 to 10 tonight. The free event at Kreeger Hall on campus is open to the public.
WAMU talk show host Mike Cuthbert and WAMU political editor Mark Plotkin will moderate.