In Redwood City on July 15, you can learn to save a life

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In one day, you can learn to save a life.  Really.

That would be by taking the Heartsaver CPR class, from the American Heart Association.  Three hours, and you’ll walk out knowing how to give lifesaving CPR to an adult, a child, even an infant – and how (and when) to use a defibrillator, in a case of cardiac arrest.

This class is open to anyone who wants to be prepared for an emergency, but it is recommended especially for parents and babysitters, teachers and coaches, summer camp staff and fitness instructors.

Class meets Sunday, July 15th, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., at Redwood City CPR Classes, 777 Woodside Road, Suite A-1.  The cost is $70, and you can sign up online: