Annual Go Red For Women Luncheon Is Friday

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

The Annual Go Red For Women Luncheon Fighting Against the Leading Killer of Women will be held on Friday at the Chattanoogan Hotel. 

The event is presented by The American Heart Association. 

The Go Red For Women Luncheon will include a VIP Area sponsored by Mark Hite Team at Keller Williams and a fashion show sponsored by Frankie & Julian’s Boutique. 

There will be heart healthy experiences sponsored by Cancer Treatment Centers of America, 
Vascular Institute of Chattanooga, and Cempa. A Chance to Win will be sponsored by Southern Surgical Arts. 

CPR demonstrations will be given by We R CPR. Ruby Falls Million Steps March will be activated and there will be an honoree story and a survivor walk. 

Guests will begin arriving at 10 a.m. and the program begins at 11:30 a.m. 

 


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