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5th Annual Go Red for Girl Scouts set for Feb. 14

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  • Written By: Erin Bounds

This February, King’s Daughters Medical Center invites Girl Scouts to learn about heart health while earning their Go Red for Girl Scouts patch.

The program takes place from 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, Feb. 14, in the Health Education Center at King’s Daughters Medical Center, which is in the lower level of the Lexington Avenue Parking Garage.

Go Red for Girl Scouts is offered in conjunction with the Girl Scouts of Kentucky’s Wilderness Road Council.

Girls Scouts – from Daisies through Ambassadors – will learn about healthy foods and snacks, explore tasty, healthy foods, try out new ways to get exercise and learn how to help their families live healthier, happier lives.

“For the fourth year in a row, cardiologist Jennifer Listerman will kick off the day’s activities, welcoming the girls and setting the pace,” said program coordinator Rene Clay of King’s Daughters Community Relations department.

“As a female, and a cardiologist, Dr. Listerman is a great role model for the girls. Her enthusiasm for Go Red for Girl Scouts is tremendous,” Clay said.

Additional information on the program is available through the Wilderness Road Council. Troop leaders who would like to register are asked to contact Clay directly by phone at (606) 408-9301 or by email to

When registering by phone or email, please include troop number; leader’s name, phone and email; age range of the girls attending; the number of girls and the number of parents. Cost for the program is $1 per person, payable to the Girl Scouts of Kentucky’s Wilderness Road Council.

Registration deadline is Friday, Feb. 6.