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Let Us Save More Lives

Every 32 seconds, someone in the United States dies of cardiac or respiratory arrest. That means there are 112 people an hour, 2,700 a day, and 985,500 a year! If more people knew CPR, many of these lives could be saved.

Super CPR Day, November 14, will give the public an opportunity to enroll in low-cost, time-efficient CPR training course. Every participant who passes both the written and skills test will receive a certification in life-saving CPR. Super CPR Day is part of a joint effort from many local organizations working together to bring quality health & safety services to the Tallahassee area. Hope to see you all at the Dick Howser Stadium at FSU.

More information, please see http://www.tallyredcross.org/CPR_day.html

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This entry was posted on September 22, 2010 by in Health & Safety.

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