National Wear Red Day at MCC, Monday February 6, 2006
“Close To Your Heart”
The American Association for Women in Community Colleges (AAWCC) invite the college community to participate in “GO RED FOR WOMEN” to support the American Heart Association’s groundbreaking national movement designed to help raise women’s awareness of cardiovascular disease and empower women to reduce their risk.
Too few people realize that heart disease is the No.1 killer of women – and of men-- but the good news is that heart disease can largely be prevented. To get more facts about Women and Heart Disease go to "https://www.americanheart.org/red"www.americanheart.org/red
To be a part of this national awareness movement AAWCC invites everyone to donate $5.00 and wear “RED” on “National Wear Red Day” at MCC Monday, February 6. Wearing “Red” includes: a red dress, hat, scarf, tie, socks, red dress pin, and/or red lipstick. Red represents the color of a pulsing and vibrant life. The MCC goal is to raise $1,500 which is an increase over last year’s inaugural campaign total of $765. Your $5.00 donation may be made in tribute or in memory of a loved one who suffered or suffers from heart disease. Display your Tribute Card(s) to increase awareness. Tax receipts will be provided and a “GO RED FOR WOMEN” sticker showing your support.
To further raise awareness, a Photo Shoot is planned for “college hour” National Wear Red Day at MCC at both the Brighton and Damon City Campuses.
Please make your checks payable to AAWCC and forward them to Peggy Van Kirk (1-313G) x3014 or one of the following volunteers:
Mary Hallett (3-150) x3429 – Instructional Technology Services
Jeanne Hinkelman (1-231) x2263 – Counseling and Advising Center
Jennifer Kinslow (1-221B) x2297 – Counseling and Advising Center
Charlotte Downing (1-311B) x2188 – Academic Services
Yulanda McKinney (5-518) x3388 – English/Philosophy
Elena Dilai (8-546) x2973 – Mathematics
Damon City Campus:
Julie Damerell (4-199) 262-1737 – Transitional Studies
Vilma Morrow (5-229) x 1746 – Student Services Center
Applied Technologies Center:
Kristy Mooney-Graves (23-158) x3735 – Applied Technologies
Public Safety Training:
Sheila Manns (1190 Scottsville Rd.) 279-4221 – Homeland Security Management Institute
The AAWCC Community Service Committee members want to thank you in advance for your support to encourage women to take charge of their heart health. We look forward to seeing “RED” Monday, February 6.
Anne J. Perry
AAWCC Publicity Chair