Naomi Lynn emceed the 2016 Go Red For Women Luncheon at Daniele's in New Hartford, and the event was a big success. 

We got to hear touching testimonies from the 2016 Go Red Survivor Class: Marion Davis, Ondrea Grippe-Getz, Christine Meyers, Lenora Murad, Kathryn O'Neill, Mia Palmer, Anne Schug-Williams. and Mary Jane Tottey all all shared their stories of how they overcame.

Dr. Joanne Joesph provided some excellent information about stress, and how it affects our heart health. She also gave us some practical ways to reduce stress.

Heart disease is the number one killer of women in the U.S. Heart Disease and stroke kill one in three women. That's more than all types of cancer combined. Since the Go Red For Women movement started, more than 670,000 lives have been saved.

Miss New York even made a special appearance at the Luncheon.

Matt Hubbell

Even if you didn't attend today's event you can still donate to the cause by clicking HERE.

Your gift to the American Heart Association will contribute to critical awareness, education, and research. Your donation can help save the life of a wife, mother, sister, daughter, or even friend.


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