John Moen - Grace Lutheran Boy Scouts Complete Child Care Course

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A i 1 i- Grace Lutheran Boy Scouts Complete Child Care Course April was Boys Month for the seth, instructor, Red Cross, Ser- aspects of child development child care course offered at Lu- geant Dale Krumenauer, police handling and feeding infants ther Hospital. Nine Boy Scouts community relations officer, and food, recreation, discipline, re- from Troop No. 36, Grace Lu- Harold Ristau, fireman, Eau susitations, and emergency theran Church, were among the rn -'— ™ ! -- ~— • 15 boys enrolled in the classes. , , ._ In addition to the basic sub- turn demonstrations, films jects of safe and effective child and discussions were imple- care the boys were given addi- mented to cover the various tional training in first aid measures, bandaging, and splinting, -p. . r 11 Another innovation was the ise l\l\/Pr i (~1 <\ «f r> Q r,nc,;jK r a*o ov, ;v.fo n t -^(j '>«-y\_i ' W.LLJ iTo Offer- Workshop BOY SCOUTS FROM Troop No. 36 of Grace Lutheran Church recently completed the child care course at Luther Hospital. With Walter Blackseth, Red Cross instructor, are John Moen and Jeff Herdrich. of el, to teach an infant mod- the difference technique and control used resuscitate an infant in comparison to the full size model, Resusi-Anne. The Mother's Aide Course is co-sponsored by the local chap- University credits for a gym- ter of the Red Cross and the nasties - modern dance work- Luther Hospital Nursos' Alumni Association and is conducted on consecutive Wednesdays at 4 p.m. at Luther Hospital. Instructors for the April -isses were Mrs. Alice Emerson, R.N., Mrs. Alma Rosenau, *.N., Mrs. Beverly Boettcher, RN., Mrs. Francis Hendrickson, R.N., Peter Parisi, chief physicall therapist, all from Luther Hospital, Walter Black- RIVER FALLS (Special) - shop at Camp Mishawak in Barren County have been approved by Wisconsin State University - River Falls, according to Don Aspenes, River Falls, secretary of the camp. The August 11-20 workshops at the camp on Red Cedar Lake are programmed for intermediate and advanced students. Qualified high school and col- ege women attending the workshops may receive one hour Local boys who attended the four session course in April included: James Utphall, Kurt Moltz, John Moen, Paul Snyder, Jeff Herdrich, Rick Herdrich, Mike Kearney, Mark Legge, Dave Boettcher and Rick Piper, all Boy Scouts from Troop No. 36. Grace Lutheran Church, and Steve Thomas, Dale Sturm, Jim Moldenhauer, Dan Henning, and Scott Buchberger. The boys were awarded the Mother's Aide certificates on April 23 after successfully completing the course of study. The names of the certified sitters may be obtained by calling the Red Cross Office 8344182. Reservations for the course which is presented free of charge as a community service, may be made by calling Luther Hospital 832-6611, Ext 214. first aide and safety meas-

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  1. Eau Claire Leader,
  2. 04 May 1969, Sun,
  3. Page 10

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