Celebrating the City – Ignite Red 2020

Ignite Red

 

On January 31st, the Vascular Institute of Chattanooga teamed up with the local chapter of the American Heart Association to put on Ignite Red and kick off Heart Month – the AHA’s effort to raise awareness of women’s number one health threat: heart disease. Ignite Red is part of the Go Red for Women movement, which brings together hundreds of women and men each year.

 

Photos by Michael Hampton

 

Gretchen Gilliam, Ashley Hollis, Jay Raynor, and Merilee Daniels

Gretchen Gilliam, Ashley Hollis, Jay Raynor, and Merilee Daniels

 

Jeff & Laurie Gregerson and Carol & John Hieronymus

Jeff & Laurie Gregerson and Carol & John Hieronymus

 

Dr. Dan Krcelic and Dr. Chris LeSar

Dr. Dan Krcelic and Dr. Chris LeSar

 

 Lee & Danielle Farmer

Lee & Danielle Farmer

 

Todd & Kelly Stancil

Todd & Kelly Stancil

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