MCC Daily Tribune Archive

Go Red for Women – Great Turnout! Still Time to Donate!

There was a great turnout for the photo sessions for the AAWCC/AHA National Wear Red Day at MCC on Monday, February 6th. The participants’ enthusiasm was infectious! Please see the pictures below. This is the second year the American Association for Women in Community Colleges has sponsored this American Heart Association event.


The collection is currently close to what was donated last year, but we’d really like to improve over that. If you have already donated, you can add to your donation. If you haven’t yet donated, we will be accepting donations through Friday noon, February 10th. Perhaps you’d like to recognize a woman who is special in your life. This is February, after all. A month when our thoughts turn to matters of the heart.


Please make your checks payable to AAWCC and forward them to Peggy Van Kirk (1-313G) x3014 or visit one of the following volunteers:


Brighton Campus:

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:

Kristy Mooney-Graves (23-158) x3735 – Applied Technologies

Public Safety Training:

Shelia 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 in encouraging women to take charge of their heart health.

Anne J. Perry
AAWCC Publicity Chair


(top to bottom) Brighton Campus, Public Safety Training Center and Damon City Campus
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