Trevor-Wilmot School participated in its Third Annual Red Out for the American Heart Association this past March. Several brave staff members participated in a basketball game against the 8th grade boys and girls basketball players. The staff squeaked out a hard-fought 51-49 win against the students. The school community raised $4,660 for the American Heart Association, which will help in the awareness and prevention of heart disease. Many students won special prizes through a number chance game, participation in a basketball shooting contest, and the first ever Quackie Toss. Three lucky teachers won an oil change donated by Hartnell Chevrolet. The crowd was loud, and everyone seemed to have a great time.