World AIDS Day Commemorated Through Quilts at Ventura City Hall

Quilts from nonprofit Quilt Project Gold Coast are on display in front of Ventura City Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021 for World AIDS Day. ANTHONY PLASCENCIA/THE STARBishop Manny Edgar-Beltran, left, and Susana Rubenstein, of Agoura Hills, peruse the display from Quilt Project Gold Coast in front of Ventura City Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021 for World AIDS Day.Bishop Manny Edgar-Beltran, left, and Susana Rubenstein, of Agoura Hills, peruse the display from Quilt Project Gold Coast in front of Ventura City Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021 for World AIDS Day. ANTHONY PLASCENCIA/THE STARIn addition to several quilts from the Quilt Project Gold Coast, a declaration for World AIDS Day Wednesday was on display in front of Ventura City.In addition to several quilts from the Quilt Project Gold Coast, a declaration for World AIDS Day Wednesday was on display in front of Ventura City. ANTHONY PLASCENCIA/THE STARSusana Rubenstein, of Agoura Hills, writes the name of a close friend who passed away in 1989 onto a banner that will be stitched into a quilt. Quilt Project Gold Coast hung several quilts in front of Ventura City Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021 for World AIDS Day.Susana Rubenstein, of Agoura Hills, writes the name of a close friend who passed away in 1989 onto a banner that will be stitched into a quilt. Quilt Project Gold Coast hung several quilts in front of Ventura City Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021 for World AIDS Day. ANTHONY PLASCENCIA/THE STARBishop Manny Edgar-Beltran, left, and Mark Lager, vice president of Quilt Project Gold Coast, watch as Susana Rubenstein, of Agoura Hills, writes the name of a close friend who passed away in 1989 onto a banner that will be stitched into a quilt. Quilt Project hung several quilts in front of Ventura City Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021 for World AIDS Day.Bishop Manny Edgar-Beltran, left, and Mark Lager, vice president of Quilt Project Gold Coast, watch as Susana Rubenstein, of Agoura Hills, writes the name of a close friend who passed away in 1989 onto a banner that will be stitched into a quilt. Quilt Project hung several quilts in front of Ventura City Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021 for World AIDS Day. ANTHONY PLASCENCIA/THE STARSeveral quilts from Quilt Project Gold Coast were on display in front of Ventura City Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021 for World AIDS Day.Several quilts from Quilt Project Gold Coast were on display in front of Ventura City Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021 for World AIDS Day. ANTHONY PLASCENCIA/THE STAR

Several quilts from Quilt Project Gold Coast were on display in front of Ventura City Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021 for World AIDS Day. ANTHONY PLASCENCIA/THE STARBishop Manny Edgar-Beltran, left and Neil Coffman-Grey, of Quilt Project Gold Coast, hang quilts for World AIDS Day in front of Ventura City Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021.Bishop Manny Edgar-Beltran, left and Neil Coffman-Grey, of Quilt Project Gold Coast, hang quilts for World AIDS Day in front of Ventura City Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021. ANTHONY PLASCENCIA/THE STARKeith Coffman-Grey, president of Quilt Project Gold Coast, sets up a display in front of Ventura City Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021 for World AIDS Day.Keith Coffman-Grey, president of Quilt Project Gold Coast, sets up a display in front of Ventura City Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021 for World AIDS Day. ANTHONY PLASCENCIA/THE STAR

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