Westminster hosts AIDS exhibit

Bellevue’s Westminster Chapel will host at educational AIDS exhibit from May 9-12.

Bellevue’s Westminster Chapel will host at educational AIDS exhibit from May 9-12.

The exhibit, which is free and open to the public, features a 2,340 square foot replica of an African village. Visitors tour the village, listening on headsets to a personal audio track telling the true stories of four children - Kombo, Babirye, Emmanuel, and Mathabo - whose lives have been affected by AIDS, offering visitors the opportunity to see, hear and experience the effects of AIDS in a very personal way.

Westminster Chapel is located at 13646 N.E. 24th St.