PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDJennifer Young, Collin Duff, Kyleigh Duff and Nicole Gaffey chat with Parkland High School biology teacher Laura Kowalski after purchasing her bracelets March 3 at Orefield Middle School. Copyright - Lou Wheeland
Collin Duff, Kyleigh Duff, Nicole Gaffey were happy to help Parkland High Senior Amanda Harman pick up her bracelet. Copyright - Lou Wheeland
Right: Helping with Parkland for Parkland bracelet sales at Orefield Middle School on March 3 are Isabella, 9; and Gabriella Young, 7; Collin Duff, senior; Kyleigh Duff, and Nicole Gaffey, both freshmen, Charles Sandt, 5; held by Jude Sandt, high school assistant principal; and Jennifer Young, senior class advisor. Copyright - Lou Wheeland
Collin and Kyleigh Duff, and Nicole Gaffey welcome Parkland School Director Lisa Roth, who purchased 20 bracelets to distribute to her retired teachers association. Copyright - Lou Wheeland
PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDAbove: Collin and Kyleigh Duff kneel beside a banner announcing the sale of their Parkland for Parkland bracelets. Copyright - Lou Wheeland
Parkland brother, sister help raise funds for Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
When Parkland students Collin and Kyleigh Duff heard of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., they were worried for their cousin Daniel.
They were relieved to receive a text from him saying he had hid in a closet and was OK.
Realizing the seriousness of the shootings, Collin and Kyleigh looked for a way to support the “other” Parkland.
The brother and sister came up with the idea of selling bracelets to start a Go-Fund-Me program for the students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High.
The Duffs sold more than 4,000 bracelets as of March 3.