Get a pair of shoes, give a pair at Mountain High in Birmingham through Aug. 17

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Mountain High Outfitters at Brookwood Village. Photo via Mountain High Outfitters

As a show of support to our essential workers, Mountain High Outfitters is offering a special deal. Between now and August 17, 2020, buy one pair of nine select brands of shoes (in-store purchase only) and Mountain High will gift a pair of equal value to the first responder, teacher, or restaurant, retail, healthcare or dental care worker of your choice.

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See a 117th Air Refueling Wing plane fly over Birmingham hospitals Tuesday, May 5

Step outside to spot the aircraft during Tuesday’s flyover! Photo via the 117th Air Refueling Wing on Facebook

Look up to the Birmingham sky Tuesday afternoon to see an aircraft from Birmingham’s 117th Air Refueling Wing fly over local hospitals. Keep reading for all the details, including more ways to show support for our local healthcare heroes now!

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Buy one, give a pair of shoes to a healthcare worker or first responder in Birmingham. Use code GiveOne

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Mountain High Outfitters will give a pair of shoes to a healthcare worker or first responder when you buy one. Photo via Mountain High

While some people in Birmingham have been working to get food to healthcare workers during the COVID-19 crisis, Christopher Groom of Mountain High Outfitters has been thinking about the comfort of healthcare workers and first responders. Without proper shoes, long and stressful shifts can be even more draining.

If you buy a pair of four select brands between now and May 11, 2020, Mountain High will give a pair of shoes to the healthcare worker or first responder you choose who’s dealing with COVID-19. Shop online or stop by a store today and use the code GiveOne.

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4 ways kids are cheering on healthcare workers in Birmingham

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Dr. Terri Poe has a huge smile on her face thanks to these letters from Birmingham-area children. Photo via UAB

Kids throughout Birmingham are sending letters of encouragement to healthcare workers at UAB to cheer them on as they battle the coronavirus pandemic. Terri Poe, RN, and Chief Nursing Officer at UAB, shared these letters with encouraging and supportive messages.

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