Make a Heart for Health art project a great success
On May 23rd, Kimberly Goodloe, an Ambassador for the American Heart Association, and the Lona Gallery in Lawrenceville, held an afternoon of fun designing hearts with local residents. These hearts are going to be used for display at future events.
For two years Kimberly has collected beautiful handmade hearts from students, churches, family, neighbors and friends to creat a collage commemorating the anniversary of her open heart surgery. The collage is dedicated to every woman, man and child affected by heart disease and stroke.
At the event, people learned about maintaining a healthy heart and Kimberly shared her story of survival to bring heart awarness to the community. This was a free event and offered refreshments to all who attended.
Watch for future events in the near future.