Cincinnati, OH—June 24, 2015— Heimlich Heroes, a free educationally- based program specifically designed to teach kids ages seven and up how to administer the Heimlich maneuver, introduces its online newsletter, Hero Happenings.
“The Heimlich Heroes program is quickly making a splash across the country,” said Terri Huntington, Heimlich Heroes Program Manager. “We want to keep everyone informed with all of Heimlich Heroes’ news and events. This is our gift back to the public.”
The quarterly newsletter consists of upcoming events, photos from training classes’ hero stories and an interview with Dr. Henry Heimlich.
To subscribe to Hero Happenings, go to http://heimlichheroes.com/hero-happenings/subscribe-to-newsletter.html
About Heimlich Heroes
Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, the Heimlich Heroes program is a Deaconess initiative that teaches kids as young as seven how to become a hero by learning to perform the Heimlich maneuver correctly in order to save a life. To learn more or find out how to bring Heimlich Heroes to your school or organization, please visit http://www.heimlichheroes.com