Troop 416 Leaders Learn CPR

CPR-Training-2015

Parents, leaders and a Scout from Troop 416 earned certification in Heartsaver® Adult CPR, Child/infant CPR and choking on Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015. This type of training helps ensure the safety of all participants in Scouting events.
Instructor Charlotte Dyess received high praise from the students for the manner in which she taught the class. With hands-on practice, including AED practice, high quality instruction, reminders and repetition, participants left confident that they can put the lifesaving skills to work.

Scouts help Stop Hunger Now

Scouts and adults from Troop 416 joined with church members to pack more than 20,000 meals to help end hunger around the world. These Troop 416 members, along with some 200 St. Mark’s United Methodist Church members, created the packs of dehydrated meals on Saturday, January 31, 2015.
The activity helps the Scouts live up to the portion of the Scout Oath in which they promise to help other people at all times. It’s also a way to give back to St. Mark’s in appreciation for sponsoring the Troop for the past 40 years.
To learn more about pitching in, check out http://www.stophungernow.org/. To help your kids be a part of this service, ask about joining Troop 416.

See more photos at http://bsatroop416.com/2015-troop-416-service-projects/