Wings of Hope Mural in Downtown Greeley Created by Student Health Advisory Council

The D6 Student Health Advisory Council (SHAC) is thrilled to release this video with the story of the wings mural now displayed at the district’s Family Center in downtown Greeley.
This mural was created by students in SHAC to promote mental health in our community through spreading messages of hope, help and strength. The mural represents eight areas of strength (Family Support, Positive Friends, Mentors, Healthy Activities, Generosity, Spirituality, Physical Health, and Mental Health) that build resiliency and lift us up when we need it.
Visit the wings in downtown Greeley at 1113 10th Ave and share pictures of yourself being lifted up by our wings of hope! Tag us using #GreeleySourcesOfStrength #D6WingsOfHope @d6SHAC on Instagram.

Do you love the t-shirts shown in the video? Purchase one here to help support future campaigns.

SHAC is made up of students from across the district who are working on improving the health of their peers, in collaboration with the Sources of Strength program. SHAC Adult Advisors: Jessie Caggiano (Social Worker), Johanna Bishop (Wellness Specialist), Rachel Hurshman (Wellness Coordinator)

SHAC Mission Statement: “Through education and resources that reach a diverse audience, SHAC will create a culture which empowers students to develop healthy physical, social, and mental habits, making a difference in their present and future lives.”

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