Red Cross kicks off annual Heroes campaign

By Staff
Staff reports, Hartselle Enquirer
The 2007 Heroes for American Red Cross Campaign officially kicked off last week, when “heroes” from Morgan and Lawrence counties were recognized at a breakfast at the Morgan-Lawrence County Chapter Office in Decatur. During the first three weeks of April, 32 heroes from our community will be attempting to raise $1000 each by selling Red Cross squares, contacting friends, neighbors and business acquaintances, and holding various fundraisers.
Heroes Planning Committee members Charlie Reid, Bettye English, Martha King, Mary Ann Mulhern, Ali Propst, Elaine Maxey, Julian Price III and Barbara Inscho have recruited the following Campaign Sponsors and Heroes:
Corporate Sponsors: Joe Wheeler EMC, 3M, Cargill, Inc and Wayne Farms LLC.
Heroes: Dana Ballard, Decatur Wal-Mart, Ruth Carlin, Newcomers Club of Hartselle, Amy Ratliff, Compass Bank, John Cook, Sr., Cook’s Pest Control, Sandra Coots, First American Bank, Vickie Coulter, community volunteer, Richard Dobbs, Dobbs Equipment Co., Lauren Drake, Les Amies Club, Tom Dunning, Lawrence Medical Center, Mike Durham, Moulton Wal-Mart, Debbie Graham, in memory of Chad Fagan, Kathy Graham, Two Mamas Inc., Forrest Keith, Daikin America, Joel and Deborah King, in memory of Ed King, Charles Langham, chapter chair, Mike Lowe, Citizens Bank of Moulton, Tom McCrary, Regions/AmSouth Bank, Rhonda Peebles, RBC Centura, Mary Ford Pheny, community volunteer, Michelle Putnam, Wachovia Bank, Cara Randolph, Baker Industries Division of Sonoco Products, Tiffini Reed, Wolverine Tube, Mary Ann Reese, REMAX Plus, Tami Reist, Decatur Convention and Visitors Bureau, Linda Robinson, community Volunteer, Mark Robinson, BP, Richard Thompson, Rotary Club of Lawrence County, Dexter Rutherford, Lawrence County Schools, Allen Sartain, Joe Sartain Ford, Amy Thrasher, A Marketing Place, Karen Tidwell, Bank Independent and Linda Webster, community volunteer.
You can help any hero reach his/her goal. For more information about the HEROES Campaign, call 353-4891.

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