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'Red Out for Women and Heart Disease' held in Greensburg

Kim Stepinsky | For The Tribune-Review
(From left) Dr. James Lynch, Excela Health cardiologist; Jennifer Miele, Vice President of Marketing and Communications for Excela Health; John Marcinizyn, composer of Excela Health theme song; and Kelly Mullen, Division Director, American Heart Association gather at the 'Red Out for Women and Heart Disease,' pre-symphony cocktail party, to raise awareness of women and heart disease, held at The Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013. The 180 guests attending the event, hosted by The Heart Center at Excela Health, which included The Heart Center team and staff and symphony supporters, were asked to wear red to promote attention to women and heart disease.

Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

The “Red Out for Women and Heart Disease” pre-symphony cocktail party helped raise awareness of women and heart disease. The event was held at The Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Saturday. The 180 guests attending the event, hosted by The Heart Center at Excela Health, which included The Heart Center team and staff and symphony supporters, were asked to wear red to promote attention to women and heart disease.

 

 
 


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