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Program highlights how to share key health info in an emergency

Women's Institute ROSE programs provide information to the public
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For over 100 years, Women’s Institutes have been providing educational opportunities for rural women on a wide range of topics – from health and hygiene, to world issues.

Some of the sessions are open to members only. Others – Reaching Ontario Sharing Education (ROSE) programs – welcome the general public, for a free evening of community information.

The Bond Head Women’s Institute is hosting a ROSE program on public safety, with paramedic Ian Phythian, Thursday, Jan. 16 at 6:30 p.m. at the condominium at 200 Holland Court in Bradford.

Phythian will be talking about various community programs that encourage residents to place important medical information in an easily-accessed location, in case an ambulance is called – information that can improve medical response, and help save lives in an emergency.

The community is invited to attend this informative and interesting session. Bring your questions. Refreshments will be served.

The Bond Head Women’s Institute meets monthly, and will be celebrating its 100th Anniversary this June. For more information, contact Leila Lloyd at [email protected].