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Cincinnati Heart Ball

March 2, 2019
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
525 Elm St. , Cincinnati, OH 45202United States
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At a glance
  • 4 Hours

  • 18+

  • 15 Volunteers

What we'll doAssist with check-in, the live auction, and other areas of the event.
Who can do itAnyone 18+

Heart Ball supporters will help us to connect, innovate, influence and invest in advancing our efforts to change health outcomes as they relate to heart disease and stroke. Heart Ball celebrates these efforts to build a foundation of health in our community and ensure everyone lives a longer healthier life. The evening festivities will include dinner, an opportunity to Open Your Heart and further support the mission and an exciting live auction.

525 Elm St. , Cincinnati, OH 45202United States
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Rea's heart story began at 14 while running for a gym class when her teacher told her she should not be huffing and puffing. The second experience was at 17 when she experienced intermittent blindness in her eyes. A physical determined Rea had heart damage from rheumatic fever. Her first surgery was at 19; the second at 43. Rea gave birth to a son with no complications; participated in a 60-mile breast cancer walk at 50 and obtained a bachelor, masters, and Ph.D. all while working full-time. Rea says, "I have no memory of life without heart disease. I chose not to let it define my life."

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Bethany had two massive strokes at the same time leaving her unable to move her left side. Doctors said she would always need a caregiver, but today Bethany lives alone, drives and works part-time.

Bethany will be walking in the fashion show at the Go Red for Women Experience on Wednesday. #RedDressStories
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Beautiful Beth!!

That’s amazing



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