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Women sporting red attire learn about the importance of diet and exercise
The dangers of heart disease in women was the theme of the Hearts on the Hill luncheon Feb. 5 in the ballroom of the Country Club of Little Rock, hosted by the American Heart Association.
The Go Red for Women event featured remarks by Laine Berry of Conway, state chairwomen of Go Red for Women. She urged the 250 women, many who wore red, to be their own advocate as they exercise, eat right and if necessary, stop smoking. The luncheon featured a heart-healthy menu.
Vickie Wingfield of the Arkansas Heart Hospital, wearing a long, red feather boa with her red suit, urged the women to become knowledgeable about heart disease. "I like pink, but I love red," she said.
Nancy Stephens was chairman of the event. Hostesses joining the women in wearing small pins resembling red dresses were Martha Hill, Dr. Karen Kozlowski, Renee Rittelmeyer, Linda Shollmier, Lee Hatcher, Ashley Jackson, Anne Bynum, Julie Fulgham, Cindy Murphy, Mandy Dillard, Cindy Pugh, Gladys Whitney, Tish Nisbet, Kelli Miller, Vicki Saviers, Carla Davis, Tiffany Reddick, Barbara Hoover, Dr. Cindy Frazier, Kaki Hockersmith, Vicki Pevahouse and Tiffani Foltz.
This article was published on page 44 of the Sunday, February 15, 2004 edition in the High Profile section.
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