Edit ModuleShow Tags

Their Hearts on Their Sleeves

The 2012 American Heart Association “Go Red for Women Luncheon.”

Celeste Eustis, Sarah Abrusely and Ivy Kuschner

Co-chairs Anne Redd and Barbara Lacen-Keller; Master of Ceremonies and WWL-TV news anchor Angela Hill; featured speaker and local heart disease and transplant survivor Jamie Napolitano; and event attendants came to show their support at the New Orleans 2012 “Go Red for Women Luncheon” on Friday, February 3.

The event took place at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside and showcased a spectacular silent auction as well as a “Fitting Your Fit Break In” breakout session sponsored by Chevron. A “Heart Healthy Lunch” was also served to guests and included a Louisiana-inspired winter salad, followed by grilled chicken breast with a portobello demi glace and sides of Louisiana jasmine rice, seasonal, local vegetables and a buttered roll. A decadent dark chocolate almond tart with espresso crème anglaise was served with coffee or tea for dessert. Passion Presentations and the Go Red Fashion Show took place after lunch. Local heart disease survivors, along with other New Orleans women dedicated to the cause, were chosen to be models for the fashion show. The music and lighting for the luncheon were provided by X-pert D.J. Services.

Heart disease is the No. 1 cause of the death for women in the United States. “Go Red For Women” seeks to educate as well as inform women of the risks and puts emphasizes on methods of prevention.

EVENT AT A GLANCE
What: New Orleans 2012 “Go Red for Women Luncheon,” benefitting the American Heart Association
When: Friday, February 3
Where: Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Add your comment:
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Latest Posts

Goodbye, Summer

The 2017 Summer in Pictures

La La Fest gives place to budding artists

New arts festival focuses on live crafts

Photographic Memory

Expert advice on getting wedding photos that last a lifetime

A Night With The Meters in Wax

Cultural Traditions: Indian Weddings

Baraat, saptapadi and sari
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags