The American Heart Association hosted the Central Kentucky Heart Walk on Saturday at Keeneland Race Course. The event drew more than 3,000 participants and raised more than $300,000 for cardiovascular research and preventive education in Central and Eastern Kentucky.
The American Heart Association hosted the Central Kentucky Heart Walk on Saturday at Keeneland Race Course. The event drew more than 3,000 participants and raised more than $300,000 for cardiovascular research and preventive education in Central and Eastern Kentucky. Herald Leader
The American Heart Association hosted the Central Kentucky Heart Walk on Saturday at Keeneland Race Course. The event drew more than 3,000 participants and raised more than $300,000 for cardiovascular research and preventive education in Central and Eastern Kentucky. Herald Leader

More than 3,000 participate in Heart Walk at Keeneland; $300,000 raised

May 18, 2013 04:40 PM

UPDATED May 20, 2013 02:17 PM

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