Woman’s Club places heart devices in 2 schools

The Dunwoody Woman’s Club, with the help of Dunwoody City Councilman Terry Nall and the Lord Wedgwood Charity, presented Dunwoody High School and Peachtree Charter Middle School with new Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs).  The Lord Wedgwood Charity in Birmingham raises funds to help place AEDs in high schools and community gathering places. The Dunwoody Woman’s Club donated funds to the city for the purchase of an AED device for the North DeKalb Cultural Arts Center.  Shown are (L to R): Jan Slater, Co-Chair Public Issues Dunwoody Woman’s Club; Terry Nall, Dunwoody City Council; Thomas McFerrin, Principal Dunwoody High School; Floyd Larkin, consultant to Lord Wedgwood Charity; Scott Heptinstall, Principal Peachtree Charter; Sherry Murphy, President DWC; Maria Barnhart, Co-Chair, Public Issues Dunwoody Woman’s Club.

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