Heidi Joy Wuller Go Red for Woman Committee-American Heart Ass
Dover-The American Heart Association’s Kent/Sussex Division will host its 7th Annual Go Red For Women Luncheon on Friday, February 5, 2010 at the Sheraton Hotel in Dover. Tickets to the luncheon are now available for purchase. Individual tickets are being sold for $30. Reserved seating is also available for a contribution of $75.00/person. A reserved table of eight at the luncheon, with additional recognition at the event as a table sponsor, is available for $1,000.
Free screening to include Blood Pressure and Stroke will be available starting at 11:00AM, and a dynamic exercise demonstration by Bay Health Lifestyle staff will take place prior to the Luncheon. An educational game show hosted by Alex Vaughan Mobile Entertainment is also slated to begin at 11:00AM. Luncheon and Fashion Show starts at 12 noon. Go Red Chair Joanne Fletcher will make the opening remarks. First Lady Carla Markell will read the proclamation, and she will model in the fashion show. After the Fashion Show, Bay Health will present an Educational Program on Women and Heart Disease, which will start immediately following the fashion show and is a Continuing Education credit. All are welcome to attend!
Cardiovascular disease affects nearly one out of every two American women and is the No. 1 killer among females in the United States. Go Red For Women celebrates the energy, passion and power we have as women to band together to wipe out heart disease and stroke. Thanks to the millions of people across the country, the color red and the red dress now stand for the ability all women have to improve their heart health and live stronger, longer lives!
For tickets call Lauren Wlazelek, Administrative Associate, American Heart Association, at (302) 286-5723. For more information on ticket purchases or for sponsorship and corporate table opportunities, contact the American Heart Association toll free at 877-750-4276, or Joanne Fletcher, Go Red Volunteer Chairperson at (302) 744-7147 or visit www.americanheart.org