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'Go Red-Women and Heart Disease' raises awareness in Greensburg

Kim Stepinsky | For The Tribune-Review
(From left) Carlene Williams, President of WCCC Black Awareness Committee; and Go Red co-chairs Karen Gandy and Nicole Reaves join guest speaker and heart attack survivor Carlotta Paige of Unity Township at the 'Go Red-Women and Heart Disease' reception, held in Commissioners Hall at Westmoreland County Community College on Friday, Feb. 1, 2013. Over 100 guests attending the free event hosted by WCCC Black Awareness Committee and the American Heart Association, enjoyed a wine and heart-healthy hors d'oeuvre reception, blood pressure screenings and information tables.

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The “Go Red-Women and Heart Disease” reception was held in Commissioners Hall at Westmoreland County Community College on Friday. More than 100 guests attending the free event hosted by WCCC Black Awareness Committee and the American Heart Association, enjoyed a wine and heart-healthy hors d'oeuvre reception, blood pressure screenings and information tables.

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