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    Kate Guare of MaineHealth, American Heart Association board member Sarah Porter and Kathleen Taggersell of MaineHealth.

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    Beth Snow of North Yarmouth with her daughter Meghan Snow, a survivor of congenital heart disease, at the annual Go Red Luncheon.

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    President Danielle Ripich, Annie Madio, Holly Parker, Ellen Ridley and David White of the University of New England attended the American Heart Association of Maine’s Go Red Luncheon.

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    Event committee member Katie Fullam Harris and board member Kathy Barber, both from Maine-Health.

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    Event committee chair Melissa Smith, CEO of Wex, with board chair Catherine Desrochers. The Go Red Luncheon was held at the Holiday Inn By the Bay in Portland.

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    Go Red Luncheon attendees Pam Morris, Brenda Brown and Karen Chau from E.S. Boulos Company.

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    Lisa DeSisto, CEO of Maine Today Media, and Lauren Farina, chief development officer for the Boys & Girls Club of Southern Maine, at the American Heart Association event.

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    Pat Berryman of Old Orchard Beach with her daughter Tina Wendt of Portland.

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    Stroke survivor Meredith McNeil and heart condition survivor Sarah Sullivan.

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    Crystal Heart honorees Dr. David Howes, president and CEO of Martin’s Point Health Care, and Andrea Cianchette Maker of Pierce Atwood and Focus Maine.

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    Heart survivors Monica Salamone of South Portland, Katie Madden of Falmouth and Katie Teague of Westbrook. The Go Red Luncheon was held at the Holiday Inn by the Bay.

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    Jill Knutson and Kyle Cunningham from Maine Medical Center. The American Heart Association of Maine’s Go Red Luncheon brought out 640 attendees.

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    American Heart Association Go Red for Women finalists from Maine: heart survivor Dwyer Leahy Vessey of York, heart survivor Jennifer Browne of Sidney, stroke survivor Jordan Shiers of Gorham and heart survivor Annette Siler of Scarborough.

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    Betsy Timm of Falmouth and Laura Greenstein of Portland at the Go Red Luncheon.

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