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Child care & life safety program offered by Northwest Fire

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Northwest Fire District is offering a child care and life safety program for teens this summer.  The two day program is open to ages 11 to 14 and includes topics such as infant/child development and care, age appropriate activities, dressing, feeding and diapering, personal safety, home and kitchen safety awareness, in addition to first aid and infant/child CPR. The fee for the program is $25, and runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day of the program.

Participants in the program will receive upon completion an American Heart Association card, stating they have completed the CPR training and babysitting program. 

To sign up please go online to www.northwestfire.org.

For questions and more information please call (520) 887-1010.

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