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Black Forest AARP

The public is invited to a FREE Stroke and Heart Attack Awareness and Response Training Class that will be presented in the Fellowship Hall of the Black Forest Lutheran Church on Feb. 11, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. A Black Forest Fire and Rescue paramedic will present the class, which focuses on teaching people how to recognize the signs of a person having a stroke or heart attack and what must be done in response. Critical actions that the observer must quickly perform to minimize the damage and possibly save the persons life will be discussed.If a person is stricken he/she may be at home, at the mall, in a store, or on the street. For that reason Stroke and Heart Attack awareness applies to everyone ó young and old. Everyone should know how to use the Automated External Defibrillators that are readily available in many stores and malls throughout the area. This class is an opportunity to learn what to do that might save a life in this kind of emergency.The FREE presentation is sponsored by the Black Forest AARP Chapter 1100 and is open to the public. The usual chapter meeting will follow at noon. Class attendees are invited to stay for lunch and the chapter meeting. For more information, call Gwen at 495-2176.CANCELLATION POLICY: If School District 20 has cancelled classes or is on late reporting on Feb. 11, the Stroke & Heart Attack Awareness Class will be rescheduled along with the usual AARP Chapter meeting.

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