Terrier “Red Out” planned to raise awareness on heart health

        Terry Public Schools will turn red on Friday, February 1, when Terrier fans hold their first “Red Out” in the spirit of raising awareness about heart disease — our nation’s number one killer — while raising donations for the American Heart Association. 

Terry FCCLA members Anna Fredrickson, Lexie Schlosser, and Caty Morrison are spearheading the event.
The Red Out will be held during the basketball games at Terry Public Schools, where the Terriers will take on the Hysham Pirates.
Players will wear read for the games. Fans of the teams are also encouraged to wear red. 
During the game, the basketball players will wear their red shirts for warm-ups, as will the fans and any other students. 
There will be silent auctions in the lobby to raise money for the American Heart Association. 
Posters explaining heart disease and highlighting warning signs along with many other facts about the American Heart Association will be located in the lobby. Game attendees are encouraged to participate by contributing to the purchase of red 
t-shirts, which are available for a free will donation to the American Heart Association. 
Anyone interested in making a silent auction basket (filled with red items)are asked to contact the FCCLA members.
All funds raised will be given to American Heart Association. 

Published January 23, 2013

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