Photos by Teena RileyBienville Haywood and Allen, a teen volunteer, work the Families Living with AIDS Care Center booth to educate the public about HIV and AIDS at Gibbel Park in Hemet on April 20. ■ By Teena Riley / Contributed “I’ve always had a heart for people and service,” said Curtis Smith, CEO of the Families Living with AIDS Care Center (FLACC). Smith and Bienville Haywood, both of the care center, held another HIV/AIDS outreach program last week in Gibbel Park in conjunction with the Riverside University Health System (RUHS) and the Riverside County Department of Public Health. The goal? To educate the public and set up a mobile HIV/AIDS
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