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Emergency Health Procedures (INACTIVE)

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  • USC Verdugo Hills Hospital offers CPR training

    USC Verdugo Hills Hospital, an American Heart Assn. training center, is offering cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training classes to community members and healthcare providers.
  • Around Town: Moving forward with Girls on the Run

    “La Cañada is a running town,” explained Leanne Mothershead. I knew immediately what she meant. We were seated outside the Foothill Boulevard Starbucks, Mothershead and I. No dogs. No husbands. Just the two of us. Mothershead is a volunteer...

    Q&A: From La Cañada to the White House

    Q&A: From La Cañada to the White House
    Andy Beattie is a member of the La Cañada Flintridge Public Safety Commission, and when not working at his apparel company or on local safety issues, he can be found in close proximity to the president of the United States. He answered questions from...

    Verdugo Hills class teaches teens basics of babysitting

    Verdugo Hills class teaches teens basics of babysitting
    Teenage girls sit in a circle, hunched over a large living room floor plan, looking for potential threats to a small child. One by one, they call out the menaces: Doors, stairs, candles, cords. Later, they practice CPR on a dummy infant, bandaging wounds...

    YMCA safety lesson goes swimmingly

    YMCA safety lesson goes swimmingly
    Inspired to make something positive of a local tragedy, a La Cañada Flintridge Girl Scout and the Crescenta-Cañada Family YMCA teamed up Saturday to offer a water safety course for children and their families. Kids practiced rescue and swimming safety...