Free STOP the BLEED Training offered
The Community of Windham Foundation will introduce a new sort of training, part of the Stop the Bleed initiative, on Friday, March 6.
The free class is currently planned for the meeting room at the Windham Wastewater Treatment Plant, beginning at 9 a.m. Advance registration is requested, so organizers know how many participants to expect.
“The number 1 cause of preventable death after injury is bleeding,” according to the group, which boasts over one million people worldwide have completed “Stop the Bleed” training.
Free CPR-AED Training Class Offered
The Community of Windham Foundation will host free CPR-AED training classes with certified instructor Reay Mahler on May 2, 2020 and October 24, 2020.
An Automated External Defibrillator, or AED, can potentially stop an irregular heartbeat and allow a normal rhythm to resume following sudden cardiac arrest.
These trainings are free to attend, but only open to fifteen participants. Advance registration is required. To express interest this or a future class, email…firstname.lastname@example.org or jrwest4335@gmail.
Since launching the program, over 75 persons in our area have attended and been trained in CPR and AED. You too, can save a life with free certified CPR and AED training.
Listen to our Public Service Announcement about the trainings here, as heard on WRIP!
You can also read and see photos from a past class, here.
On August 10, 2019 the Community of Windham Foundation marked WRIP’s 20th Anniversary with a day long celebration on the grounds of W.A.J. CSD.
Here are some additional highlights also captured by Fran throughout the day – including a peek at the concurrent quilt show.