Shenendehowa students honored for designing Kelly’s Angels shirts

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Students in a Shenendehowa High School class were honored with breakfast on Thursday.

The students in Joanna Butterfield’s class designed the shirts for this year’s Kelly’s Angels Mother-Lovin’ 5K.

Kelly’s Angels thanked Butterfield’s whole class with some breakfast. NewsChannel 13’s Mark Mulholland handled the delivery and – after some breakfast sandwiches – snapped a couple photos with the students.

He started the charity in honor of his wife, Kelly, who died in 2007 after a courageous cancer battle.

The class came up with the design for the shirts worn by the nearly 1,300, walkers and volunteers. Cadence Zaremski designed the blue shirt worn by participants, and Izzy Brinkerhoff was responsible for the shirt worn by volunteers. 

The same class will unveil their design of an anti-impaired-driving billboard on Route 9 in Clifton Park on Friday.