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Free CPR Training at Bernalillo County Senior Meal Sites

02/25/2015

People performing cprThe Bernalillo County Fire Department and Project Heart Start will conduct CPR Training at Senior Meal Sites throughout the county from March 2 - 5. All are welcome - participation in the senior meal program is not required.

Call the centers to register for the training, and click on "Learn More" for a list of dates, locations, times and phone numbers.

“We encourage anyone who is interested to come and join in this free CPR training,” says Interim Fire Chief Greg Perez. “In an emergency, where seconds count, knowing the basics of CPR can be a valuable tool for helping to possibly save a life.”

Alameda Senior Meal Site (Located inside Raymond G. Sanchez Community Center) Monday, March 2, 10 - 11 a.m. 9800 Fourth Street NW, Albuquerque NM (505) 897-8896

Paradise Hills Senior Meal Site (Located at Paradise Hills Community Center) Tuesday, March 3, 10 - 11 a.m. 5901 Paradise Boulevard NW (505) 314-0246

Rio Bravo Senior Meal Site Wednesday, March 4, 10 - 11 a.m. 3910 Isleta Boulevard SW (505) 873-6647

Whispering Pines/Chilili Senior Meal Site Wednesday, March 4, 12:30 - 1:30 p.m., #6 Lark Rd, Tijeras NM (20 miles South on South 14, right on Canary, left on Lark) (505) 281-8003

Armijo Senior Meal Site Thursday, March 5, 11 a.m. - noon, 1714 Centro Familiar SW (505) 873-0047

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