The Greater Nashville American Heart Association held the much-anticipated annual Rutherford Heart Ball this past Saturday at Murfreesboro’s Embassy Suites raising over $200,000 net. This total exceeded the anticipated goal making for a hugely successful event. Over 500 generous supporters and volunteers attended this year’s prestigious event chaired by Drs. Lucy and Warren Langworthy.
This year, the Rutherford Heart Ball honored beloved, long-time Murfreesboro resident, Jimmy Jobe. A survivor of heart disease, Mr. Jobe’s personal story has encouraged many others to take control of their heart health by regularly visiting their doctor and knowing their numbers. Watch his impactful story here.
For decades, the Heart Ball has supported the American Heart Association’s mission of being a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives. The Rutherford Heart Ball was designed by Lori Sain Smith of Daffodilly Design and guests danced well into the night to live music by Emerald Empire Band.