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CPR classes forming for residents


CLAYTON – Clayton Fire Department is offering CPR classes to residents, local businesses, and other organizations. The class will follow all guidelines set by the American Safety and Health Institute. Any participant completing the course will receive a certification card that is valid for two years.

The CPR class will last four hours and costs each student $25. The minimum class size is five, which means that the class will not start until at least five are signed up.

Training will be held at the Clayton Government Center, 6996 Taywood Rd., or if arrangements are made, staff may be able to visit business facility.

Registration is required.

For more information or questions, contact Battalion Chief Creech at 937-836-3500.

CASEY LAUGHTER


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