Friday 31 August
11:30am for 12noon, till 3:00pm
|Guest speakers||We are delighted to have Delicious Magazine editor Valli Little speaking at our lunch.
We will also be hearing from heart attack survivors and Foundation Ambassadors Chris Russell and Lynne Ravenhall.
Clarke Road, Woolwich
|$125 per person including GST
$1,250 per table of ten including GST
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- Phone Vanessa on +61 2 9436 0056 ext 108
- Email Events@heartresearch.com.au
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- Download the PDF and mail to:
North Shore Heart Research Foundation
PO Box 543
St Leonards NSW 1590
About the Heart Health Lunch
The Heart Health Lunch (formerly the Women's Heart Lunch), is an annual event, organised by The Red & White Committee volunteers.
Originally established to raise awareness of heart disease in the community, the Heart Health Lunch is a fundraising event with all proceeds going to support research into the prevention and treatment of heart disease.
A silent auction and raffle will be held on the day.
Our guest speakers
- Valli Little – Widely regarded as one of Australia's most exciting food writers, Valli's passion for her subject shines through in her writings and recipes which are invariably imaginative, easy to follow and most important, failsafe.
After working on several food titles such as Bill Granger’s Sydney Food, The Food of France and The food of Italy series, Valli joined the ABC’s Delicious as food Director in 2001.
In her role she creates up to 60 recipes every month inspired by her travels and love of good food. Her cook books are all best sellers as she continues to inspire with recipes that she likes to feel take people out of their culinary comfort zone.
- Chris Russell – Chris is a respected agricultural scientist and successful businessman, as well as a popular keynote speaker and TV personality.
He had his own mortality highlighted by a major heart attack in 2004 and is now an energetic Ambassador for the Foundation.
- Lynne Ravenhall – On a holiday to Central Australia in 2007, at 57, Lynne struggled to keep up with her husband and friends as they hiked through the desert.
What Lynne suspected was a mild asthma attack, ended up being an early warning sign of a major artery blockage.
Lynne survived her open heart surgery and now shares her story with others facing a similar outcome.
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