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Published Oct. 6, 2005


HIV testing

Tampa AIDS Network will begin offering on-site, anonymous HIV antibody testing at its Nebraska Avenue location March 8. The free testing will be by appointment or walk-in from noon to 8 p.m. every Tuesday. AIDS network staff received training through HRS and was granted an HRS test site number. In addition to testing, the organization will administer required pre- and post-test counseling. Individuals who test positive can have AIDS network services made available to them the same day they receive their test results. The organization provides prevention education, emotional and physical support services and advocacy on behalf of anyone affected by HIV disease. The non-profit organization is funded through community fund-raisers and foundation and government grants. The AIDS network is at 11215 N Nebraska Ave., Suite B-3. For information, call 978-8683.


Kellers' 50th anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Keller were honored with a reception Feb. 20 at Redeemer Lutheran Church in honor of their 50th wedding anniversary. The Kellers were married in Oklahoma City, Pa., Feb. 18, 1944, and lived in Beavercreek, Ohio, for 30 years before retiring to Sun City Center in 1988. Keller, born in Dayton, Ohio, is a graduate of the University of Dayton. He received his master's and doctoral degrees in mathematics from the University of Illinois. Mrs. Keller, the former Genne Guinsler, graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University and worked as an analytical chemist. The Kellers have three daughters: Karyn Genne Stolle of Centerville, Ohio; Karyl Frances Bange of Miamisburg, Ohio; and Cynthia Ann Rader, Broomfield, Colo. The couple has five grandchildren.