$3K Sirens Of Sea Donation To AHA Baldwin County
Sirens of the Sea President/Queen Judie Hooper and Emblem Pat Stadolnik selected American Heart Association of Baldwin County as their annual charity. Each Year Sirens of the Sea select a local charity to be the recipient of donations made in honor of the queen and emblem. Judie and Pat selected The American Heart Association of Baldwin County for two reasons: Judie lost her only child, Jason Hooper, to sudden cardiac arrest in 2015 and the Sirens lost a dear Siren sister, Gale Pond, to cardiac related issues in 2018. The Sirens have requested that their donation of $3000 be allocated to the CPR Anytime Kits (educational kits) to be provided to Gulf Shores and Foley High Schools. It is their hope that this training will give our students the skills necessary to assist others in life threatening situations. Sirens of the Sea, established in 2002, includes members from Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, Foley and Perdido Key. Along with the various Mardi Gras seasonal activities, Sirens of the Sea support our local communities throughout the year. A portion of their funds raised are given to charity organizations and their Annual Gale Pond Memorial Scholarship awarded to a local high school senior for college tuition. Pictured: Pat Stadolnik, Emblem, Bridgett Dunn, Regional Director, American Heart Association of Baldwin County, Judie Hooper, President/Queen.