From left, Laura Fuquay, Traci Bernard, Barclay Berdan, Jessica Hill and Andrea Becicka. Take a stand against heart disease by attending the Go Red for Women event Feb. 20 at Fort Worth’s Omni Hotel. Wear red and enjoy free health screenings, breakout sessions and a dynamic speaker at the annual luncheon hosted by the American Heart Association.
From left, Laura Fuquay, Traci Bernard, Barclay Berdan, Jessica Hill and Andrea Becicka. Take a stand against heart disease by attending the Go Red for Women event Feb. 20 at Fort Worth’s Omni Hotel. Wear red and enjoy free health screenings, breakout sessions and a dynamic speaker at the annual luncheon hosted by the American Heart Association. American Heart Association
From left, Laura Fuquay, Traci Bernard, Barclay Berdan, Jessica Hill and Andrea Becicka. Take a stand against heart disease by attending the Go Red for Women event Feb. 20 at Fort Worth’s Omni Hotel. Wear red and enjoy free health screenings, breakout sessions and a dynamic speaker at the annual luncheon hosted by the American Heart Association. American Heart Association

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