Oswego Health’s MASH Camp has received financial support for the kits used to teach the participating students how to perform Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).
Learning CPR is just one of the many hands-on activities the youths take part in during the two-day camp. Supporting the purchase of the CPR kits are Menter Ambulance Service and a New York State Department of Health grant secured by Oswego Health’s Risk Management Office.
This year’s camp, open to students entering the eighth and ninth grades, will be held August 1st and 2nd. Applications will be available soon.
In the photo from left are Margaret Beers, of Oswego Health, who will lead the CPR instruction; Zach Menter, of Menter Ambulance Service; Dawn Smith, Oswego Health Volunteer/Clinical Support Coordinator, who oversees MASH Camp; and Ashley Barry, of Oswego Health’s Risk Management team.