“My Heart Challenge” proves to be a life-changing event for 14 teachers

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Editors Note: the fundraising date has changed from November 20 to December 6. (information below)

During the 100 day challenge, teachers received individual coaching and counseling from heart experts at Intermountain Medical Center's Heart Institute - including exercise specialists, dietitians, counselors and cardiologists - to help them make positive, long-lasting healthy changes to their lives.

The teachers will learn who won the event at a My Heart Celebration luncheon at Intermountain Medical Center on December 5.

For Murray High School teacher and athletic director Keeko Georgelas, the 2018 My Heart Challenge has been a great experience and a wake-up call to improve his health.  He's so grateful for the program that he's hosting a fundraiser dinner with proceeds going to the Intermountain Medical Center heart transplant unit.  The menu will be a heart-healthy Mediterranean dinner on December 6 at 2:30 p.m. at Spartan Cove at  Murray High School.  The cost is $20.

For more information please visit: myheartchallenge.org.

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