Public invited to join Heart association's Go Red celebration - Tucson News Now

Public invited to join Heart association's Go Red celebration

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

By Megan Canterbury / Tucson News Now intern

The American Heart Association is hosting a kick-off event for the Go Red for Women National Wear Red Day, a celebration of 10 years of saving women's lives in Southern Arizona.

According to the American Heart Association, Desert Diamond Casino in Sahuarita will be hosting the event on Feb. 1, and will provide a heart-healthy breakfast, health screenings and lifesaving information to help raise awareness for heart disease.

This free event is open to the public in the hopes that the community will stand, fight and go red against heart disease.

Anita Kellman, owner of Beat Cancer Boot Camp will be leading participants on a walk around a path at the Desert Diamond Casino during the kick-off event.

The event begins at 8 a.m. at Desert Diamond Casino at 1110 West Pima Mine Road in Sahuarita.

Please call the American Heart Association Tucson Division at (520) 795-1403 for more information.

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