Slides, handouts & coverage from Red Cross presentations are posted!

As noted earlier, we had a great turnout for the kickoff to our Training & Education series last Thursday, April 7th! It was an informative evening with presentations by Deb Ticknor and David Shannon, and first aid demos by Sarah Rothman from King County Red Cross.

They’ve graciously given us electronic versions of their slide presentation and other handout materials:

Red Cross presentation to West Seattle Be Prepared (.ppt format)

Be Red Cross Ready handout (.pdf format)

Family Disaster Kit (.pdf format)

Family Disaster Plan (.pdf format)

Earthquake Preparedness (.pdf format)

Water storage tips (.pdf format)

Save A Life – Hands Only CPR (.pdf format)

If you missed the event,  here’s West Seattle Blog’s coverage and video, as well as coverage from the West Seattle Herald.

Lastly, here are a few photos that I took during the event.

Deb Ticknor, from King County Red Cross, presentation on April 7th

Deb Ticknor, from King County Red Cross, presentation on April 7th

David Shannon, from King County Red Cross, presentation on April 7th

David Shannon, from King County Red Cross, presentation on April 7th

Sarah Rothman, from King County Red Cross, presentation on April 7th

Sarah Rothman, from King County Red Cross, demonstrates how to use an AED

Sarah Rothman and David Shannon demonstrate how to help someone who is choking

Sarah Rothman and David Shannon demonstrate how to help someone who is choking

 

Thanks to all of you who attended and participated!

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