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  • Building a Positive Way of Thinking for Youth

    Building a Positive Way of Thinking Positive thinking is a mental and emotional attitude that focuses on the bright side of life and expects positive results. Through fun, interactive group discussions, you'll understand the effects of negative self-talk, learn how to reframe your thoughts with positivity, and feel more confident. When positive thinking becomes a habit, you’ll search for the silver lining and make the best out of any situation. Please bring paper and a pen. Min. 3, max. 10. Heather Behr, Certified Life Coach Grade 5-8 sessions: Thursdays. July 11- Aug. 22 (7 weeks) 3:45–5 p.m., $115 Grade 9-12 sessions: Thursday. July 11- Aug. 22 (7 weeks) 5:15p.m-6:15p.m $115 Adult sessions: Thursdays July 11- Aug. 22 (7 weeks) 6:15–7:15p.m., $115
  • Youth Focused CPR/AED Training 

    Description: This non-certification class will allow anyone to learn the core skills of CPR. Participants will learn how to use an AED, develop the skills for choking relief, and will learn how to recognize an emergency. These various skills will focus on care for an Adult, Child, and Infant. Great for youth who have more independence during the summer, for those watching their siblings, or for anyone who just wants to know how to react in an emergency situation! This class is for anyone who wants to learn basic CPR skills, choking relief, and AED awareness.
  • Youth Focused First Aid Training 

    Description: This class will help anyone develop the basic skills necessary to manage a first-aid situation. Students learn the duties and responsibilities of first aid rescuers and first aid actions needed for common medical and environmental emergencies. A few examples of the skills learned include caring for choking, minor cuts and bruises, broken bones and sprains, sunburn, heat/cold-related emergencies, allergic reactions, animal bites, and stings. The class will also discuss how and when to make a 911 call.