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Take Heart Woodbury Reaches Goal

The city on Monday announced that 7,000 people have been trained in hands-only CPR.

Woodbury Public Safety has reached its goal of training 7,000 people in hands-only CPR.

The initiative, called Take Heart Woodbury, launched last February. The public safety department will continue to train people in the technique. Find more information on the city’s website.

Here’s a timeline of Patch stories on the program.

February 2012 Launch

Citywide CPR For ‘Take Heart Woodbury’

Woodbury hopes to train 7,000 people in “hands-only” CPR; kickoff event planned for Monday, Feb. 13.

Youngster Teaches Peers

A Lesson from the Heart in Woodbury

Bailey Elementary fifth-grader, whose brother died from cardiac arrest, teaches her fellow students hands-only CPR.

Local Voices

Take Heart—You Can Do It!

From Woodbury Patch blogger Vicki Strong: I joined 29 other people who were on their knees at Woodbury Lutheran Church last Saturday evening. Not necessarily a strange occurence in a church, except we weren’t praying — we were groovin’ to the beat of the Bee Gee’s Stayin’ Alive. Or at least a (fairly) reasonable rendition of it as sung by Firefighter Bill.

Float

Woodbury’s One-Float Parade

People can ask for the city’s Take Heart Woodbury float to come out to their neighborhood.

Midpoint

Halfway Home for Woodbury’s Heart Heroes

Woodbury Days bolstered the city’s efforts to train 7,000 people in hands-only CPR.

In the Community

Woodbury Firefighters School Students on Safety

As part of Fire Prevention Week, the department was at Bailey Elementary School.

Almost There

The city is closing in on training 7,000 people in the lifesaving technique.

 

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Kris Janisch May 17, 2013 at 07:44 PM
The Public Safety Department on its Facebook page posted this one. Teenager learned from the Woodbury campaign, saved his dad: http://www.myfoxtwincities.com/story/22280175/cottage-grove-jesse-galloway-cpr-saves-dad

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