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Councilor Steven Hoyt and Birmingham Black Nurses Association to teach CPR Training to Neighborhood Leaders

PRESS RELEASE                                                                       Thursday, February 28, 2019

Contact: Chiara Perry

Phone: 205-254-2036

Cell: 205-383-8432

chiara.perry@birminghamal.gov

BIRMINGHAM, AL – Birmingham City Councilor Steven Hoyt and members of the Birmingham Black Nurses Association, Inc. are launching ‘Birmingham Pushes to the Beat,’ hands only CPR training in recognition of heart month tonight at from 5:00pm to 7:00pm  at the Starbucks in Five Points West.

Councilor Steven Hoyt is passionate about educating citizens on the importance of knowing CPR and will help spread this knowledge throughout the greater Birmingham community. “I believe we all should do our part and become educated on medical procedures that could potentially save lives,” Councilor Hoyt said. “Our leaders in the community, especially our children are goldmines for learning and applying CPR in the event they are ever faced with an emergency.”

To further this cause, the Birmingham Black Nurses Association (BBNA) will be teaming up Birmingham City Schools and Cardiac Solutions to provide educational training for students and those who participate in Birmingham’s summer youth camps.

WHO: Birmingham City Councilor Steven Hoyt and Birmingham Black Nurses Association (BBNA)

WHAT: Birmingham Pushes to the Beat CPR Hands Only Training to Neighborhood leaders

WHEN: Thursday February 28, 2019, 5:00pm to 7:00pm

WHERE: Starbucks, Five Points West, 2401 Crossplex Blvd.

For more information contact Director of Public Information for the Birmingham City Council Chiara Perry at 205-383-8432.