Toledo Walleye donate a pair of CPR kits to Toledo Public Schools

Very briefly: Here’s a neat little story about a charitable donation made by the ECHL’s Toledo Walleye, from NBC 24 in Toledo, Ohio:

Thanks to funds provided by the Toledo Walleye, local American Heart Association representatives made a potentially life-saving donation to two Toledo Public Schools Tuesday morning.

The Association delivered CPR in Schools Training Kits to Woodward High School and Start High School allowing students to learn CPR, AED use and choking relief in one class period.

The kit can train 10 to 20 students at a time and lasts for enough uses to train hundreds of people.

“I’ve been talking to our health teacher quite a bit and she’s gonna have it as part of the curriculum so yeah, every student that she sees that’s part of her health class will be able to be trained to use the CPR equipment,” said Joe Jablonski, a nurse at Woodward.

Each kit is valued at roughly $650.

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