‘Save-a-Life Saturday’ Training in Kodiak


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"Save-a-Life Saturday" will be observed across the country, and the local Red Cross office will provide short, mini-courses in CPR and first aid.

Red Cross manager Sally Magnuson said the classes are part of a nation-wide effort to honor Representative Gabrielle Giffords and the heroes of the day when Giffords was shot.

For more information contact the local Red Cross office at 486-4040. Or just show up at the commons before 1 o’clock.

-((Red Cross 1 :20 "That’s what…to do the same thing."))

Magnuson says tomorrow’s training will not be full-blown training sessions. However, a person should know the basics by time class is done:

-((Red Cross 2 :48 "It is free… external bleeding."))

Again, tomorrow’s Save-a-Life training will be held in the high school commons, beginning at 1:00 and it is free.

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