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Give the Gift of Safety

From: Terrie
Sent on: Sunday, November 4, 2018 4:13 PM

Wilderness First Aid addresses more than just creating splints, bandaging wounds, and cleaning burns. 
Even the most trail-karma-protected outdoor traveler will eventually encounter a medical condition or illness. Do you know what to do if you experience this:

• Pronounced fatigue
• Severe cramping in the legs and back
• Numbness of the hands and feet
• Fading peripheral vision

or this:

• Dizziness
• Cool, sweaty skin
• Shaking legs and hands
• Confusion

when you’re miles from town and more than an hour from medical help?

Relying on each other comes with the territory for the outdoor community. Let’s do right by each other by being prepared to help in a remote emergency. WFA certification can get you there.
Check out this upcoming opportunity:

or visit to register.

Play Safe,



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