Munising Public Schools purchases AED with pink proceeds from 2015

Last year, the Superior Health Foundation partnered with Munising High School on Painting the Peninsula Pink. A portion of the net proceeds from day sponsorships and the revenue raised from pink merchandise was donated back to Munising Public Schools to be used for a health-centered project. With the funding, Munising purchased an automatic external defibrillator to have on hand at sporting events in the event a fan or player goes into cardiac arrest. Pictured, with the new equipment, from left, are SHF Executive Director Jim LaJoie, Mustang captains Corey Cotey and Alec Blank, and Munising Athletic Director Dee Jay Paquette. SHF thanks Munising and its students and supporters for being a terrific partner in 2015!

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