Painting the Town Red at a Heart-Healthy Gala

Young professionals raising awareness and promoting prevention of America's #1 killer painted the town red at a gala event for the American Heart Association.

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Young professionals met up at a Paint the Town Red gala, held to raise awareness and promote prevention of America's #1 killer, heart disease. The American Heart Association event was held at the Meridian House.
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Shelley Levi and Sarah wear red in recognition of the leading killers of women in America: heart disease and stroke.
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Many attendees are members of PULSE, a group of local young professionals dedicated to changing the health of a new generation.
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Rory Pillsbury and Lauren Pomponio support the American Heart Association's focus on fitness, nutrition and childhood obesity.
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Anna and Olivia give back to their community while making new connections.
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Host Committee member Charles Paret with a guest.
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Andrea Szempruch and Leslie take a break from checking out the memorabilia available at the silent auction.
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Paint the Town Red's 2011 Chair, Stephanie Baucus with her husband, Zeno Baucus.
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The guys learned that there are some two million heart attacks in the U.S. every year.
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For the first time, the AHA defined poor, intermediate and ideal cardiovascular health using seven easy-to-understand measures called "Life's Simple 7."
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