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Proclamations Signed for American Heart Month and Wear Red Day

From left, are Katherine Bryant, Rochelle Culp, Rhonda Lampkin, Jan Collins, Christy Bridges, and Jill Strickland surround Mayor Gene McGee as he signs Proclamation for Wear Red Day. Mayor McGee also signed a Proclamation for American Heart Month. Both proclamations help educate and increase awareness about heart disease and stroke, encourage citizens to learn the warning signs of heart attack and stroke, and to seek to prevent cardiac events through healthy living. National Wear Red Day is Friday, Feb. 5. Citizens are asked to show their support for women and fight against heart disease by commemorating this day by wearing the color red.

Standing, from left, are Katherine Bryant, Rochelle Culp, Rhonda Lampkin, Jan Collins, Christy Bridges, and Jill Strickland, who surround Mayor Gene McGee as he signs a proclamation for Wear Red Day. Mayor McGee also signed a proclamation for American Heart Month. Both proclamations help educate and increase awareness about heart disease and stroke, encourage citizens to learn the warning signs of heart attack and stroke, and to seek to prevent cardiac events through healthy living. National Wear Red Day is Friday, Feb. 5. Citizens are asked to show their support for women and the fight against heart disease by wearing the color red.