Learn more about raising money for the American Heart Association during an informational meeting in Southfield.
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Thursday, November 1, 2012
Catch a play at Groves High School, Roeper or the Birmingham Village Players this weekend, then celebrate the 10th anniversary of the American Heart Association's 'Go Red for Women' campaign.
It’s Thursday, and you’ve got no idea what you’ll do this weekend. Birmingham Patch is coming to the rescue. We’ve got the best bets for your done-work-outta-here time. Theater lovers should have plenty to keep them busy this weekend, with performances lined up from:
Monday, July 23, 2012
The Birmingham Fire Department is hosting a Heartsaver CPR class from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday.
Wondering what to do with yourself this weekend? Don't dismay: check out today's Weekend Spotlight: Our pick for today: Heartsaver CPR Come back to Birmingham Patch on Tuesday for more weekend things to do in our Weekend Planner, or visit our events calendar.
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
The Jump Rope for the Heart program was one of several fundraising events Birmingham students participated in for the American Heart Association.
Beverly Elementary students, including first-grader Liv Chapman, participated in Jump Rope for the Heart this year, one of several fundraising events for the American Heart Association. Other fundraisers Birmingham Public Schools students participated in include Hoops for the Heart.
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Local singer and songwriter, as well as Birmingham Public Schools alumnus, Mike Posner, participated in Berkshire's student-staff basketball game Friday, helping them raise $8,000 for the American Heart Association.
Singer/songwriter and Birmingham Public Schools alumnus Mike Posner visited Berkshire Middle School on Friday, helping to raise money for the American Heart Association. Posner participated in Berkshire's Hoops for Heart staff and student basketball game, which raised money for the American Heart Association. Posner took a few moments to visit with Berkshire's honoree and three-time open heart sugery patient, Amy Klezek, along with top fundraiser Jasmine Jaggers. The event raised approximately $8,000.
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Students from both high schools are selling red t-shirts to raise funds for the American Heart Association and honor late Seaholm football coach Nick Deane.
Seaholm's school colors are mauroon and white, while Groves prefers white and green. However when the Maples take on the Falcons for the annual inter-city football match-up this Friday, organizers are hoping the stands will be sea of red. Students, parents and fans are encouraged to purchase $10 red t-shirts to raise funds for the American Heart Association before and at the game — a move inspired by the loss of Seaholm's late head football coach, Nick Deane, who passed away from a heart attack in May. “He was a good man on and off the field," Seaholm senior Neal Page told the Birmingham Board of Education Tuesday night. "He was a great role model.” The decision to "red out" the Seaholm and Groves game grew from an idea by three Birmingham…