Long Island, NY - Summer is fast approaching and the
Hamptons are gearing up for an exciting event season. An
event that will once again stand out this summer is the
American Heart Association’s 15th Annual Heart of
the Hamptons Ball. This incredibly anticipated event will
be taking place on the grounds of the Hayground School in
Bridgehampton, NY on Saturday,
June 25, 2011.
This year, the Heart Ball will honor Todd K. Rosengart,
MD. Professor and Chairman, Dept. of Surgery,
Chief, Div. of Cardiothoracic Surgery, SUNY Stony Brook
School of Medicine and Ambassador Charles A. Gargano
Former Chair and CEO, Empire State Development, V. Chair
Port Authority NY & NJ. Star Jones will receive the
with Heart” award.
co-host of Good Day New York on WNYW-FOX 5
will serve as Emcee for the event and
co-host of TLC’s What Not To Wear will be this years’
Auctioneer. This year’s event
Park Strategies, LLC.
The Heart of the Hamptons Ball, is a fun and elegant event
focused on raising funds for the mission of the American
Heart Association. Friends and colleagues from NYC, Long
Island and the Hamptons enjoy the beautiful setting of the
Hamptons while eating delicious heart healthy foods,
drinking delightful local wines and having fun with the
music and dancing.
The evening will feature live music, cocktail hour, buffet
dinner, as well as a live & silent auction will also
highlight the night
The Ball will take place from 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Tickets are $500. For more information, sponsorship
opportunities or to purchase tickets, please contact Barbara
Poliwoda at (631) 734-2804 or visit
The American Heart Association would like to thank local
media sponsors, Long Island Pulse Magazine, Dan’s Papers,
Hamptons & Gotham Magazine.
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About the American Heart
Founded in 1924,
we’re the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary health
organization dedicated to building healthier lives, free of
heart disease and stroke. To help prevent, treat and defeat
these diseases — America’s No. 1 and No. 3 killers — we fund
cutting-edge research, conduct lifesaving public and
professional educational programs, and advocate to protect
public health. To learn more or join us in helping all
Americans, call 1-800-AHA-USA1 or visit americanheart.org.