Real Men and CV Staff Wear Pink

Gerald G Huesken Middle School Principal, Denis Quirk, wears pink to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Photo Credit: Abigail Freeh

Gerald G. Huesken Middle School Principal Denis Quirk has already surpassed his fundraising goal of $2500 for the American Cancer Society (ACS) via his participation in the “Real Men Wear Pink” campaign.

On Friday, October 23, CV faculty and staff donated to the cause and wore pink to support their colleague.

Math teacher, Chris High, wears pink in support of Quirk’s initiative. Photo Credit: Eyosias Berhanu
Tonya Santamaria, business teacher, donated to the charity. Photo Credit: Sam Milheim
Science teachers Zulma Gonzalez and Jim Hovan show their support. Photo Credit: Abigail Freeh
Gifted teacher Brian Schlee wears pink for the ACS. Photo Credit: Antonia Satiro
Pink was prevalent in the Communications Department as all members, represented here by Mel Upton, Brandon Hershey, Katie Shickman, Jesse Shenk, Des Samberg, and Matt Brubaker, participate in the charity event.

6 thoughts on “Real Men and CV Staff Wear Pink

  1. This is great awareness for Breast Cancer. It is great that Mr. Quirk rose over $2,500 for the American Cancer Society (ACS) for his “Real Men Wear Pink” campaign. Great job to Mr. Quirk and everyone who participated!

  2. I love how the teachers at CV are willing to spread awareness. This is a great campaign and it has definitely made and impact in people’s lives. Love the teachers spirit here at CV!

  3. I really liked as I scrolled through the pictures it explained how or why they were wearing pink. This is such a great cause to support as we finish October! Way to go CV!

  4. I find it amazing how people will do this, this touches very close to home because my grandma had breast cancer so it makes me very happy to see that people will do this kind of thing for them.

  5. This is a very delightful group of people who wore pink for breast cancer. I myself indulged in the pink spirit and I love it and wish we can do it again. This shows a very good output on what type of people we have in our district.

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