Today is National Wear Red Day – wear red and join the American Association for Women in Community Colleges (AAWCC) for a photo op in the Campus Center Atrium at Brighton and the Tranquility Lounge, DCC 5th floor at NOON on Friday, February 1st. We look forward to seeing you there! Didn’t wear red today? Maybe you will find a red shirt at the bookstore or borrow a friend’s red scarf.
Go Red Day will be the kick off to AAWCC Wellness Week which will conclude on Friday, February 8th with a Stress Retreat and Wellness Fair in the Gilman Lounge from 1:30pm – 3:30pm.
“Go Red for Women” raises women’s awareness of Cardiovascular disease and empowers women to reduce their risk. National Wear Red Day at MCC supports the American Heart Association’s ground breaking national movement. Join the movement to take charge of your heart health and live longer, stronger lives. Too few people realize heart disease in the No.1 killer of women (not just of men) but the good news is the disease can largely be prevented. To get more facts about heart disease go to"https://www.americanheart.org/red.
To be a part of this national awareness movement AAWCC invites everyone to donate $5 per tribute card and to wear RED on National Go Red Day, Friday, February 1, 2008. Your $5 donation may be made in tribute to or in memory of a loved one who suffers or suffered from heart disease. Display your tribute card(s) to increase awareness. Wear your Red Dress Pin (available while supplies last) to show your support. Tax receipts will also be provided.
Please make your checks payable to “American Heart Association” and forward to Julianna Frisch (3-111) x2173 or one of the following volunteers:
Mary Hallett 3-150 x3429
Jennifer Kinslow 1-231 x2297
Charlotte Downing 1-311B Academic Services/Curriculum Office x2188
English Philosophy Department 5-535 or 5-537
Elena Dilai 8-546 x2973
DAMON CITY CAMPUS
Vilma Morrow 5229 x1746
APPLIED TECHNOLOGY CENTER
Kristy Mooney-Graves 23-158 x3735
PUBLIC SAFETY TRAINING CENTER
Marge Scahill 753-3707
Anne J. Perry
AAWCC Publicity Chair