Girl Scouts From Scott And Franklin Counties Learn CPR

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 2/25 12:05 am
Girl Scouts from Franklin and Scott counties are learning CPR.

Kentucky One Health and the American Heart Association partnered with the Girl Scouts to create the 'Go Red Girl Scout Patch' program.

Learning CPR is one of the skills needed to earn the patch.

The scouts will also learn about risk factors for heart disease and the impact of a healthy diet.
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