There was a sea of red at one East Texas country club today in an effort to raise awareness in the fight against heart disease.
It was the annual 'Go Red For Women' day in Longview at Pinecrest Country Club benefiting the American Heart Association. KLTV 7's Jennifer Hines was the emcee for the event, an annual gathering which helps raise funds for heart disease research. For many, it's a cause very close to their heart.
"Personally it's important because my nephew was born two years ago with a heart defect and we almost lost him and so anything that effects the heart is very meaningful to me right now," said event attendee Sarah Monsour.
Tuesday, September 16 2014 7:31 AM EDT2014-09-16 11:31:48 GMT
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