One of my biggest fears came true last night as a parent, when our 2 year old daughter began choking on her dinner. It was serious, and it was terrifying. Luckily we were able to clear the obstruction within about 30 seconds, but it was a very frightening experience. Would you know what to do?
It could have been a tragic Memorial Day for one family if it wasn't for the quick actions of two Duluth Super One employees. As I read the press release, I couldn't help but think of Super One's participation in the Go Red for Women Event partnering with the American Heart Association to save lives. Blessings to these two individuals who were so quick to respond.
Today I learned and was certified in how to administer CPR. It's something I've always wanted to learn, and thankfully our company brought in the YMCA to teach us. The class took a little over an hour, and we were also taught how to use the AED machines...
Last Friday I was hanging with the American Heart Association and Essentia Health to learn the new Hands-Only CPR. They stressed that many times, the life you may save is that of a friend or family member, IN YOUR OWN HOME! Just think how you would feel, if an emergency should arise and you don't know what to do! If you missed the American Heart Association's live broadcast with B105, you STIL
Important information you should know! The American Heart Association and Essentia Health will be offering FREE Hands Only CPR training on Friday, June 10 from 11-1 at the Miller Hill Mall. I'll be broadcasting LIVE from the event and hope you stop by to learn how to save lives AND sign up to win Trace Adkins tickets while we visit!!