With the recent controversy over the mascot change to the Red Hawks, many in Natick have been outspoken about their loyalty to the original Natick Redmen name. Now, the NHS Class of 1985 is offering a way to display that pride, while helping to support the family of a murdered former classmate.
Three members of the class have created Natick "Redmen" Indian Chief t-shirts and are selling them for $15. For each shirt sold, $5 will be donated to the Stacey Keane Burns Childrens Education Fund. Burns was was found murdered on Mothers Day in 2009. The fund was created to help raise money to help send her five children to college.
The shirts are available for purchase on the Natick High School Class of 1985 website and at .
A classmate donated the artwork on the t-shirt and the shirt creators are not earning any profit from the sales.