We've teamed up with the American Heart Association of Central New York for their "Go Red for Women" campaign. Join us for a very special luncheon at the Beeches Inn and Conference Center in Rome.

Friday, February 3rd is "National Wear Red Day" to bring awareness to women's health, and more particularly, women's heart health. At 4pm, businesses all over Central New York (and all over the country) will "Go Red," by lighting up their locations with red flood lights, red string lights, and other creative ways to decorate in red. Places will also be encouraging their employees to dress in red.

During the day though, a very special "National Wear Red Day" Luncheon will be held at the Beeches Inn and Conference Center in Rome, with Rome Memorial Hospital being the presenting sponsor for the event. Naomi Lynn from your More Music Morning Show will be emceeing the luncheon. The keynote speaker is the Director of Emergency and Critical Care Services at Rome Memorial Hospital, Loretta Myers. She's also the mother of a little girl with a congenital heart defect, so she deals with heart disease every day both professionally and personally.

The "2017 Go Red Survivor Class" will also be recognized, with special thanks to First Source Federal Credit Union. And there will be a Passion Speaker, Patricia Cummings, who is also a part of the Survivor Class.

Join Lite 98.7 and the American Heart Association of Central New York for this very special luncheon on Friday, February 3rd, starting at 12pm. You can get more details and your tickets by visiting heartofutica.heart.org

 

 


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