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Go Red for Women effort kicks off with Gentry fete

By Ben Wood

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 17, 2014

~~<p>BIG HEARTS: <strong>Candes Meijide Gentry</strong> opened her home Jan. 8 to more than 60 people to celebrate the launch of the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women 10th anniversary. Go Red for Women is a movement that has changed how women think and act about heart disease, their No.1 killer.</p>
<p>Joining the celebration and festivities was <strong>Deena Nichols</strong>, Macy's district VP in Hawaii. Macy's has supported this movement since its inception. Artist <strong>Eva Makk</strong> also attended to unveil and sign her painting that will be included in the Feb. 22 Heart Ball live auction at the Sheraton Waikiki. The work pictures the opening night of the Royal Hawaiian Hotel in 1927.</p>
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BIG HEARTS: Candes Meijide Gentry opened her home Jan. 8 to more than 60 people to celebrate the launch of the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women 10th anniversary. Go Red for Women is a movement that has changed how women think and act about heart disease, their No.1 killer.

Joining the celebration and festivities was Deena Nichols, Macy's district VP in Hawaii. Macy's has supported this movement since its inception. Artist Eva Makk also attended to unveil and sign her painting that will be included in the Feb. 22 Heart Ball live auction at the Sheraton Waikiki. The work pictures the opening night of the Royal Hawaiian Hotel in 1927. Login for more...



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