Go Red for Women Luncheon a Success

Updated: February 12, 2020 08:53 PM

The annual Go Red for Women Luncheon was another big success. There were crimsons, scarlet, and reds all blended together, as people celebrated the mission of the American Heart Association.


Briana Johnson, Development Director for the American Heart Association, said, "We've got a great turnout this year. We've got between 170 and 180 people attending. It's one of our best events all year."

Two survivors shared their stories. They had symptoms like a fuzzy jaw or just not feeling right. Heart disease is the number one killer of women, so knowing the subtle signs is important. So is knowing your family history.

Enger Tower was also lit red on Wednesday night.

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