Hayden teachers raise money to fight cancer




 

 

Faculty members from all four Hayden schools earlier this month dressed in casual clothes to raise money in the fight against breast cancer. The Lee jeans company sponsors the event – Lee National Denim Day – which began in 1996. Since then, millions of dollars have been raised by employees who pay their employers $5 each for permission to wear casual attire to offices or, in this case, classrooms. Pictured are, seated (left to right) Tere Kelly, Tami Bamberry, Erin Trammell, Kelly Shoemaker, Gretchen Kelley, Connie Tuck, Kristina Herald, Anissa Nobles-Crow, Kristin Boshell, and Heather Weems. Second row (l to r) Amy Williamson, Rhiannon White, Angela Peeples, Belinda LeCroy, Jill Crumpton, Terri Bolton, Marie Johnson, Sindy Woodard, Wendy Helms, Lindsey Sharp, Taylor Love, Shanna Mashburn, and Monica Moorer. Third row (l to r) Debbie McPherson, Mandy Snider, Angie Wilemon, Ellen Doss, Kim Harbison, Tara Holt, Tammy McReath, Karen Holt, Rebekah Holland, Kristi Thomas, and Carmen Williams. Fourth row (l to r) Kay Reichwein, Deb Hill, Diane Lyles, Jennifer Grooms, Becky Head, Billie Miller, Lisa Sloan, JoAnn Morton, Linda Parker, Dana Armstrong, Nicole Woody, Julie McDaniel, and Maria Simmons. Fifth row (l to r) Julia Wall, Teresa Black, Cindy Parker, Delores Amend, Greg Lyles, Pam Bullard, Shannon Hazelrig, Amy Van Hooser, Tina Jernigan, and Shelly Vail-Smith. Teachers pictured are from Hayden Primary and Hayden Elementary but Hayden Middle and Hayden High also participated. – Rob Rice