Sandra Clarke and Dr. Justin Maloney have good reason to be proud of the success of the ACT Foundation's High School CPR Program , which was launched in 1994 with the help of our club's initial $50,000 contribution. The mandate was to ensure that every high school graduate by 2000 was trained in CPR. It is now a mandatory part of the curriculum of all high schools in Ontario, and quickly making its way across school boards in Canada today. Susan Ayach, a 21-year old Carleton University student, who saved her 11-year old brother from choking at dinner, thanked the CPR program for providing her with this training. FREE CPR courses are available at different locations in the city.
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