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  1. Free CPR and Stop the Bleed Classes

    May 18, 2019, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Northglenn Recreation Center

    Family & Friends® CPR is for people who want to learn CPR but do not need a course certification card in CPR for their job. This free non-certification course focuses on hands-only CPR and AED use on adults and infants. The class is open to all ages, but any minors should be accompanied by an adult. Following each CPR course, North Metro firefighters will teach Stop the Bleed classes, which are also free to the public. Participants will learn how to pack a wound and apply a tourniquet when necessary. Getting bleeding under control is key to survival following a trauma. Both classes are free to attend. The CPR class lasts approximately 2 hours, and the Stop the Bleed classes last approximately 30-45 minutes. These classes are provided in part with support from the Broomfield Eagles Club and Mile High RETAC, which donates supplies and equipment for the classes. Registration ensures a class spot but is not required to participate as long as space allows.

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  2. New Engine Ceremony and Open House

    May 18, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM @ North Metro Fire Station 61

    North Metro Fire Rescue District will retire two fire engines and welcome two new fire engines in a special ceremony on Saturday, May 18, at 11 a.m. at Station 61 at 1275 Midway Blvd. in Broomfield. The fire district is inviting the community to participate in the ceremony and to thank residents for their investment in public safety. As part of the ceremony, kids will get to assist with washing the wheels of the new engines, and the community will be invited to help push them into the station bay. Both activities are rooted in fire service tradition from when firefighters would have to wet down the wagon wheels of horse-drawn fire carriages to prevent the spokes from being damaged. Additionally, they would have to push the rigs back into the bay, since horses couldn’t back up the carriages. Following the ceremony, there will be an open house to see the engines and tour the station.

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