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‘Hearts United’ to offer free CPR training, blood pressure screenings

Last year, Oak Hill native Brian Keith passed away due to heart disease. His son, Jahari Brown, 9, along with the help of his mother, have formed ‘Hearts United,’ which focuses on community education, advocacy and scholarship opportunities.

On Saturday, Hearts United will partner with Community Restoration Worship Center, First Baptist Church of Harlem Heights and WV School of Osteopathic Medicine-Rural Health Initiative Program Center for Rural and Community Health to offer the residents of Fayette County a free CPR Training and blood pressure screening.

The training will be held at First Baptist Church of Harlem Heights at 416 Broadway Ave. Oak Hill, WV. The sessions will be held at 10:30 a.m and 11:30 a.m. If you have any questions about the event, send an email here. 

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Melinda Zosh

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