Linn County Heart Walk

  • Updated:Jun 3,2014


Kirkwood Community College - Johnson Hall
6301 Kirkwood Boulevard SW
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 52404
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Starts:Sat, 2 Aug 2014 8:00:00 AM
Ends:Sat, 2 Aug 2014 10:30:00 AM
Registration Fee:Free event. Participants are encouraged to collect donations.

The 2014 Linn County Heart Walk on Saturday, August 2nd is our "mission in action."  The Heart Walk will be held at  Kirkwood Community College - Johnson Hall (main campus).

Through the Heart Walk, we create opportunities for people to improve their health by walking and simultaneously raise funds to help fight heart disease and stroke.

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2013 Linn County Heart Walk
  • Walkers can organize teams at the companies where they work or with family and friends. 
  • Walkers ask others to support their walk effort by sponsoring them with a donation to the American Heart Association. 
  • The Heart Walk is a wellness event that encourages healthy lifestyle choices. 
  • Learn more about the Linn County Heart Walk.              

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It's easier than ever to support the American Heart Association.
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Hope that current and future generations will be healthier because participants have committed to heart health today!

Many participants are heart disease and stroke survivors; others walk in honor or memory of a friend or family member who has or had heart disease or stroke.

You will be inspired to make changes in your daily life to reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke.

Find out more about My Heart. My Life - the new American Heart Association physical activity, healthy eating and living program at

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Individuals and companies have made significant changes to lead heart-healthy lives and raised funds to support the lifesaving efforts of the American Heart Association.

Learn more about our Fit-Friendly Worksites program.


For more information contact:
Aileen Simmons
(319) 378-1763