‘Strike Out Stroke’ in pictures

On Wednesday, June 8, Augusta University Health, in partnership with the American Heart Association – CSRA and the Augusta GreenJackets, hosted “Strike Out Stroke” Night at Lake Olmstead Stadium.

Throughout the night, participants had the chance to see the debilitating symptoms of stroke while learning how to identify symptoms. Those who completed all 10 stations were able to register for a chance to win either a bicycle (for child participants) or a FitBit (for adult participants).

Four dollars of every ticket sold in advance of the game were donated to the American Heart Association.

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