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Rep. Graves, Genesee Officials to Offer Free CPR Training

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State Rep. Joe Graves and the Genesee County Sheriff’s Paramedic Division will conduct cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training at a free class on Saturday, August 17th.

The CPR session will take place from 9 a.m. until noon at the Fenton Township Office located at 12060 Mantawauka Drive in Fenton.

“CPR can be used in son many instances, and spending a few hours on a Saturday morning to learn how to save a life is well worth the time,” said Graves, R-Argentine Township.

Residents interested in enrolling in the class must RSVP by August 14th to attend. Call Graves toll-free at (866) 989-5151 or email him at JoeGraves@house.mi.gov to reserve a spot for the training.

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