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The American Heart Association is proud to announce that the 5th Annual Queens Go Red For Women Dinner will be held on Tuesday, May 15 from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Terrace on the Park and will bring together a diverse assemblage from all over Queens.

The Queens Go Red for Women Committee is comprised of community and business leaders. All of these incredible women and men have dedicated their efforts to raising awareness and funds for the Go Red for Women Movement. The committee hopes that you will join them at the dinner to learn more about living a heart- healthy life style.

This year’s dinner will honor Dr. Chong Park, Chief, Division of Cardiology, New York Hospital Queens; Victoria Schneps-Yunis, President/CEO Schneps Communications/Queens Courier; and Patricia Thompson, Customer Service & Public Relations Manager, Bombardier. Diane M. Sixsmith, M.D., M.P.H., FACEP, Chairman, Department of Emergency Medicine, New York Hospital Queens, will have the honor of chairing the dinner this year. Tracie Strahan, Reporter, WNBC-4, will emcee this year’s dinner.

Mingle and meet professionals and community members from around Queens and learn more about the Go Red for Women Movement. Go Red for your heart, for your health and for your loved ones! Help us spread the Go Red For Women Movement throughout Queens.

The 2012 American Heart Association Queens Go Red For Women Dinner is nationally sponsored by Macy’s and Merck. Local media sponsors include Long Island Radio Group, News Corp and The Queens Courier.

For more information, tickets or sponsorship opportunities, contact Jan DiGeronimo at 516-450-9131 or visit www.heart.org/queensgoredforwomen.

 

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