Published on: October 06, 2009
What is Heart Fest?
American Heart Association Heart Walk and Heart Fest will start and end at Lone Star College-Kingwood. The 3-mile walk helps raise money, awareness and education about heart disease and stroke. (Warm-up begins at 8 am with a 9 am start.)
After the walk is over the fun really begins! Live music, heart-healthy food, giveaways and interactive attractions are just a part of this community festival. All activities at this fun-filled, family oriented day are free with emphasis on heart and health. For more information contact John Turner at 281.312.1795.
Heart Fest is a community wide event hosted by Lone Star College-Kingwood immediately following the American Heart Association Heart Walk on November 14, 2009; all activities are free and open to the public.
Where and When is Heart Fest?
How Can I get Involved?
Sponsorship – Sponsors will receive acknowledgement signage at Heart Fest, recognition on our Heart Fest webpage and on Heart Fest volunteer T-shirts and posters. Sponsors will also receive 2 Heart Fest volunteer T-shirts (depending on sponsorship level). Please contact Megan Crawford at 713.610.5021.
Why do they walk? Who are the current sponsors?
Find out why these individuals help raise money, awareness and education about heart disease and stroke.
>> Dawn Lawrence — Heart Attack Survivor
>> John Sheridan — Heart Attack Survivor
>> Scott Crain — Son Joshua Has Heart Disease
>> Dr. Ike Williams
>> Helene Lamp
Who are the current sponsors?