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National Wear Red Day

Today is The American Heart Association’s National “Go Red” Day and First Source is proudly be participating. This is a day when our employees wear red and our physical branches will be sporting the color too. We do this to help raise awareness of heart disease in women. Many of our employees and Members are women. It is important to us to help educate them as well as the greater community on taking care of yourself and knowing the signs of a heart attack.

Women tend to take care of others, putting their family, friends and jobs first. Inevitably, this means they are putting themselves last. Women need to focus on themselves too. They need to listen to their bodies. Sometimes the very symptoms of a heart attack can be perceived as stress and are often ignored.

First Source is honored to do our part to empower, educate, and encourage women to take charge of their health. Join us in supporting the American Heart Association and the Go Red for Women movement on May 7th at the Go Red for Women Luncheon at Hart’s Hill Inn. This will be First Source’s fifth year as the Luncheon’s Presenting Sponsor.

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