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Follow the Fifty Videos

Ruby’s Remarkable Journey

In this third (and final) campaign video, Ruby the Red Dress, the iconic symbol of the Follow the Fifty: Models of Heart Health Campaign, leads northeastern Connecticut on a quest for healthy living. Follow Ruby and the Models of Heart Health as they hike, bike, jog, paddle, play, and climb their way to heart health.

Ruby’s Busy Day

Ruby the Red Dress, the iconic symbol of the Follow the Fifty: Models of Heart Health campaign in northeastern Connecticut, steps out for a busy day. RUBY symbolizes women everywhere and the many tasks that they will pack in to a typical day. Heart disease is the number one killer of women…so whenever and wherever you see RUBY, remember to keep your heart health in mind! RUBY’s Busy Day is the second in a series of heart healthy reminders from the Follow the Fifty Campaign.

Ruby Steps Out!

In this vignette, Follow the Fifty: Models of Heart Health introduces “Ruby,” a red dress brought to life that represents women everywhere. Seeing Ruby in a variety of everyday situations reminds us to keep our heart health in mind … wherever we go and whatever we do. Heart disease is the number one killer of women, and Ruby is helping to launch a community counter-attack! Where will she turn up next? Stay tuned!

Campaign Launch Video

Watch the emotional inaugural video from the Follow the Fifty: Models of Heart Health Campaign Launch in northeastern CT. Courageous models share their stories and launch a community counter-attack in the fight against heart disease, the number one killer of women.

Follow the Fifty Models Get Moving

In this clip, models share the benefits of physical activity. Heart disease is the number one killer of women. We’ve launched a community counter-attack!

Lights, Camera…Take Action!

Watch Just a Little Heart Attack, an entertaining and thought-provoking short film starring and directed by Emmy-nominated actress Elizabeth Banks. This story about a super mom who takes care of everyone except herself was presented by the American Heart Association’s heart healthy initiative, Go Red for Women™.

Models…Get Ready to Flashmob!

Learn the dance steps for the Make the Call Don’t Miss A Beat Dance instructions…

(Front Version)
Follow the Fifty Choreographer Keri Danner instructs our heart healthy models how to do the Make the Call Dance. This version is filmed from the FRONT so you will move in the opposite direction (when Keri moves to the left, you go to the right). Watch this version so you see and understand all the hand motions, then watch the version that’s filmed from the BACK so you can copy the dance steps. Have fun!

(Back Version)
Follow the Fifty Choreographer Keri Danner instructs our heart healthy models how to do the Make the Call Dance. This version is filmed from the BACK so you will copy her exact moves. Have fun!

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  1. October 1, 2012

    Hi Keri,
    Is there anyway I can get a printout of the words? You say it helps to memorize them.
    Thanks,
    -Leona

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  2. September 30, 2012

    Hi
    Keri said to learn the words! I find when I practice I repeat her words…does anyone know where to download the words? (a pdf would be fine.)

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    • September 30, 2012

      I found them thank you
      Song Lyrics

      If you know the symptoms and get the facts
      You’ll know the signs of a heart attack.
      Women, listen to me and when I’m done
      If it sounds familiar, call 911

      Pain in your chest, neck, arms or jaw
      Shortness of breath, please tell us more
      Cold sweats and nausea, tiredness
      it’s time to take it serious.

      Back pain, Stomach pain, shortness of breath
      Cold sweats, nausea, dizziness.

      If you know the symptoms and heed the signs
      You’ll be around for a long, long time
      Women, listen to me and when I’m done
      If any sounds familiar, call 911

      Pain in your chest, neck, arms or jaw
      Shortness of breath, please tell us more
      Cold sweats and nausea, tiredness
      it’s time to take it serious.

      Women, listen to me and when I’m done
      If any sounds familiar, call 911

      911, 911, 911

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  3. June 3, 2012

    Thanks for doing this for us Keri!! My kids have enjoyed watching it and trying to learn it with me :)

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  4. May 17, 2012

    Does anyone know how I can download this to a DVD? I want to watch it on a laptop with a projector with a group of models @ work. I work @ DKH and we want to get together to practice, but can’t access YouTube @ the hospital. Thank you, Jan.

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    • June 4, 2012

      Hi Jan,

      The video is embedded right into our website so you should be able to project it right from this page! Thanks for taking the initiative on this…remind us to put you in the front row!

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    • September 13, 2012

      Jan…I work per diem at DKH in Diagnostics. When do you get together? would love to join you. My home email is hjdalby@yahoo.com. Cell # is 860-753-2672 and house is 860-497-0184. Thanks and look forward to hearing from you.

      Holly Jo Dalby

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  5. May 15, 2012

    Can’t wait to master this dance. Practice Practice Practice…. One step at a time!

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