Women’s Health Night

The Illinois Heart & Lung Foundation is excited to announce Olympic Gold medalist, Jackie Joyner Kersee as our keynote speaker for this year’s Women’s Health Night. Jackie is one of the most celebrated all around athletes of all time and was named the Greatest Female Athlete of the 20th Century by Sports Illustrated. In her professional athletic career Jackie has garnered six Olympic medals (three Gold, one Silver, and two Bronze) and four World Champion Titles in the long jump and the heptathlon, despite the diagnosis of severe asthma at age 18.

Join us at the Illinois Wesleyan Shirk Center for the 19th Annual Women’s Health Night to hear Jackie’s inspiring story and improve your health through health education via our numerous health vendors and free health screenings. Jackie will also lead the warm-up for the Fun Run.

3:00pm Doors Open at the Wesleyan Shirk Center
5:45pm Nursing Scholarship Presentation
6:00pm Keynote Speaker Jackie Joyner-Kersee
7:00pm Fun Run/Walk with on Illinois Wesleyan’s Outside Track


Tuesday, April 25, 2017
3:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Cost: free


Illinois Wesleyan Shirk Center 302 E. Emerson St. Bloomington IL 61701 309-556-8307

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