Led by President Deborah F. Stanley, kneeling front left, SUNY Oswego’s campus community celebrated Wear Red Day on Feb. 4 to support the American Heart Association’s fight against cardiovascular disease, the No.1 killer nationally among women.
The effort, carried out by 21 employee volunteers collected $5 donations around campus, raised $1,525 for research, education and the development of new treatments to fight heart disease. Eleven student volunteers on Feb. 4 provided information and sold heart healthy snacks in the Campus Center corridor. The Office of Business and Community Relations and its interim director, Jeffrey Grimshaw, back right, chaired the event.
Kneeling, from left, are: President Stanley, Catherine Anderton, Sara Cooper, Dawn Holynski, Barb Metcalf; standing first row: Kristin Gublo, Vicky Tesoriero, Trudy Wilson, Melissa Klefbeck, Kelly Rosenthal, Debbie Arduini, Geralyn Roy, Pattie Miller, Donna Jerrett; standing second row: Jeff Rea, Barbara Berry, Casey Walpole, Liz Burns, Terri Denny and Jeffrey Grimshaw.
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(Posted: Feb 11, 2011)