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Mill Creek raises $22K for heart association

MADISON – Work by students at Mill Creek Elementary School has resulted in an impressive donation to American Heart Association.

Mill Creek raised almost $22,000 for AHA. This year, Mill Creek collected the most money of all North Alabama schools that participated.

Principal Carmen Buchanan and assistant principal Karl Fernandez agreed to kiss a barnyard animal if students met the goal that teachers in the physical education department had set.

Holding true to their promise, Buchanan and Fernandez did ‘pucker up’ to kiss a chicken for each PE class on March 23. Coach Jennifer Klein and Coach Hodge led the fundraiser for AHA.

American Heart Association stands as the United States’ longest-working and largest voluntary organization that is committed to fight heart disease and stroke. Six cardiologists founded AHA in 1924. AHA now boasts more than 22.5 million volunteers and supporters.

For information, visit heart.org.

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