PHOTOS: The 2017 Southern NJ Go Red for Women Luncheon
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On Friday, April 28, hundreds of women and men united for the Southern New Jersey Go Red for Women luncheon. Attendees enjoyed a day filled with education, community, inspiration and resources to help women prevent or survive heart disease and stroke. The luncheon included educational breakout sessions, a silent auction, networking, a heart-healthy lunch and an inspiring program.
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Stephanie Conners, senior executive vice president and chief operating officer at Cooper University Hospital, was recently named the chair of the Southern NJ Go Red For Women Luncheon.
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The Red Tie Brigade comprises men who are dedicated to the fight against heart disease in women.
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Women in the Circle of Red contribute to helping fight heart disease on a national level by providing resources, influence and funding.
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Go Red for Women is the American Heart Association’s national movement to end heart disease and stroke in women.
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Karen Correa, Ph.D., the 2017 All American Supermodel, attended the luncheon on Friday, April 28, at the Mansion in Voorhees, N.J.
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The cocktail reception of the 10th Anniversary of the Southern New Jersey Go Red For Women Luncheon, held Friday, April 28.
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From left, Erica McMullen, Andrea Boscaglia and Melissa Colangelo pose for a photo shortly before a heart-healthy lunch was served.
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The band 'BS and the Truth' entertains attendees at the Southern New Jersey Go Red for Women luncheon on Friday, April 28.
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Hundreds of men and women attended the luncheon at the Mansion on Main Street in Voorhees, on Friday, April 28.
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Following a cocktail reception, a luncheon was held upstairs at The Mansion.
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The Woodrow Wilson High School Choir performs at the luncheon for the hundreds of guests.
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Hundreds attend the 10th Anniversary of the Southern New Jersey
Go Red For Women luncheon on Friday, April 28.