The Go Red Tea for Women Focuses on Heart Disease Awareness, With a Dash of Humor from Author Jan Bono

Friday, February 23rd

RSVP – Expected to be sold out!

$5 Per Person

RSVP: (360)423-3333

Includes Light Lunch, Door Prizes and a special Gift

Heart Disease is no laughing matter, especially for women of today. Learn and educate yourself alongside friends at the important presentation on Heart Disease for Women, with PeaceHealth cardiologist James Suero, MD. To lighten up the afternoon, local Long Beach writer and author Jan Bono will share some of her stories as published in Chicken Soup for the Soul series books. Jan has written 10 singly-authored books, all available at the Tea, including the first two cozy mysteries in a series set on the SW Washington coast.

PeaceHealth Medical Group and Koelsch Senior Communities have partnered together to bring you this informative and fun afternoon filled with hearts and the color red.

“It really came back into life in 2016 after being gone for a few years because of popular demand by the community,” stated Diane Craft, Community Relations and Special Projects Manager for Koelsch Senior Communities.

If you’re interested in attending the Go Red Tea for women, call to RSVP by February 21st. Space is limited.

Be sure to deck yourself out in RED attire, jewelry and clothing.

Almost a decade of years ago, the American Heart Association presented “Go Red for Women,” a movement providing information to women about cardiovascular disease.

Subsequently, the National “Wear Red” Day was placed on February 6th in order to raise awareness in the fight against heart disease in women.

Traditionally, we think about men being the primary victims of heart disease, but each year, it claims the lives of hundreds of thousands of women.

Don’t smoke, drink in moderation, and focus on getting exercise are some of the top three suggestions given by physicians for cutting down on the risk of developing a heart disease.

Heart attack signs can include, but are not limited to: chest discomfort, upper body discomfort, shortness of breath, nausea or dizziness. Know the symptoms of heart attack and strokes by visiting

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