CPR Party at Wild Roots

As Seen on ABC News, Learn Or Brush Up On Simple Lifesaving Techniques While Having Fun




Event Cancelled: In light of hurricane Harvey, this event will be postponed to a later date —as we focus all effort towards those currently in dire need.

Wellness Rocks Naturally will host a CPR party, as seen on ABC News, August 31, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., at Wild Roots Organic Foods in Gulf Breeze. Up to 20 participants aged 16 and up can learn or brush up on simple lifesaving techniques while having fun, enjoying light snacks and earning party favors.

CPR Parties have popped up across the country after one Maryland mother, whose 3-year-old was saved from drowning by a bystander who knew CPR, began hosting the events to encourage other parents to learn the technique.

To RSVP or learn about other CPR Parties, visit Facebook.com/WellnessRocksNaturally or WellnessRocksNaturally.com. For more information, call Daralyn Chase at 850-687-0826.

 
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