Apalachee faculty, staff take part in National Wear Red Day

The faculty and staff at Apalachee High School wore red on Feb. 5 to show their support of women's heart health for National Wear Red Day. According to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (N.I.H.) in the U.S, Coronary Heart Disease is the “No. 1 killer of women in the United States." On the first Friday of every February, men and women are encouraged to wear red as a symbol of their support of women’s heart health. Pictured, from left to right, are front row: student teacher (name not provided), Drew Morris, Debra McCauley, Susan Ly, Meredith Enslen, Vickie Ortego, Danna Nichols, Cindy Johnson, Christina Johnson, Erin Dunlap, Mickie Mathews, Brooke Lewis Slamkova, Stephanie Atkinson, Jennifer Hanna and Lauren Smith. Back Row: Kimberley Allen, Dion Muldrow, Doug Grant, Pam Brynien, Col. Paul Fortune, Duane Linnartz, Laurie Spohn, Robert Gethers, Leslie Damron, Robert Yadon and Merya Jones. 


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