“Bring your kids, the kids next door, the grandparents and make a night of it!”
Jackson TN (PRWEB) May 19, 2015
The Night of Heart at the Ballpark will be held Saturday, May 30 at The Ballpark at Jackson to raise awareness about heart disease prevention and treatments available in Jackson.
The theme of this year’s event is “Let’s Team Up To Beat Heart Disease” encourages to wear red honor or memory of someone affected by heart disease, or to support heart disease awareness. The Generals will also wear red uniforms to bring awareness to heart disease.
The game begins at 6:05 p.m. with family fun activities and free heart health screenings and educational booths. Representatives from Medical Center EMS and LIFT Disease Management program will be among those sharing heart health information and giveaways for the whole family.
This years Night of Heart will be filled with family fun, heart health education, giveaways and a heart-themed fireworks show to top off the night.
This event is part of the many West Tennessee Heart & Vascular Center’s many efforts to keep heart health in the minds of West TN residents year round and is one of the annual events organized by West Tennessee Heart & Vascular Center.
“We’ve organized this evening for the whole family, because it’s never to early to learn about how to keep your heart healthy,” said Emily Garner, RN and clinical manager at West Tennessee Heart & Vascular Center. “Bring your kids, the kids next door, the grandparents and make a night of it!”
The Jackson Generals will be facing the Montgomery Biscuits at the May 30 game. Tickets, starting at $6, can be purchased at the gate or at jacksongeneralsbaseball.com.
About West Tennessee Heart & Vascular Center
West Tennessee Heart & Vascular Center at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital provides complete cardiovascular care, using state-of-the-art minimally invasive procedures when appropriate. West Tennessee Heart & Vascular Center has outlying clinics in Dyersburg, Lexington and Paris where patients receive attentive care from cardiologists who connect them to the center’s services in Jackson. Learn more at wthvc.org or call 541-care.