Stella Maxwell
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West Hollywood,
Calif., business provides holiday meals to HIVers

The Abbey Food
and Bar, a popular West Hollywood, Calif., establishment,
has donated $10,000 to provide holiday meals to HIV-positive
clients of the Los Angeles charity Aid for AIDS. The
money will be used to provide 229 households a full
Christmas dinner that includes turkey, mashed
potatoes, stuffing, gravy, and rolls, say Abbey staff
members. The meals are being packaged and delivered to
Aid for AIDS clients by grocery chain Albertsons.
"Giving back to the community is very important to us,
especially during this time of year," said Abbey owner David
Cooley in a press release. "We're pleased to be able
to spread some cheer and make the holidays a little
brighter." (

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