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SAFETY FIRST Jump Start the Heart


Good news for many units across the country: The BSA has partnered with the Emergency Care & Safety Institute (ECSI) as an approved CPR/ AED (automated external defibrillator) train- ing provider. Complementing Scouting’s existing partnership with the American Red Cross, the ECSI connection expands the available options for getting staff members and volunteers certified in lifesaving skills. “It’s hard to find the training we need in certain


parts of the country, especially on the unit level,” says Bev Singel, of the national council’s health and safety office. “The whole point of rolling this out is to get more instructors on board. With ECSI, every council in the United States could get an instructor and an instructor trainer for $100 and build from there.”


FROM THE ARCHIVES Turning Up the Volumes


4921 Babcock Trail


Inver Grove Heights, MN 55077 Serving Scouts Since 1964


Join us at scoutingmagazine.org/archives to continue the celebration of Scouting’s 100th anniversary. The new, constantly growing online digital archive boasts scanned magazines from 1913 through the ’60s. Plus, you’ll find contests rewarding readers with exclusive Scouting magazine centennial patches.


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