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Austin RV Expo


Austin Convention Center
500 East Cesar Chavez, ATX 
Thursday, February 18 - Sunday, February 21
Admission: Adults $8, Seniors 60+ $6, Children 7-12 $6, under 7: Free

Get away on shorter trips more often – and at all times of the year with all of the comforts of home. An RV makes that possible, allowing you to strike out on the road whenever you want and go nearly anywhere you want.With so many destinations, events, adventures and models from which to choose, RV travelers are always on the move, making memories every mile of the way. Bring the whole family and come see what's available to you at the Austin RV Expo the weekend of February 18 at the Austin Convention Center. More 411.

American Heart Association's Hands-Only CPR Campaign


American Heart Association Austin
10900-B Stonelake Blvd., Suite 320 ATX, 78759
512-338-2400
Local chapter

Most people who experience cardiac arrest at home, work or in a public location die because they don't receive immediate CPR from someone on the scene. As a bystander, don't be afraid. Your actions can only help.

When calling 911, you will be asked for your location. Be specific, especially if you're calling from a mobile phone as that is not associated with a fixed address. Answering the dispatcher's questions will not delay the arrival of help.

How to give Hands-Only CPR
If you see a teen or adult suddenly collapse, call 9-1-1 and push hard and fast in the center of the chest to the beat of the classic disco song "Stayin' Alive." CPR can more than double a person's chances of survival, and "Stayin' Alive" has the right beat for Hands-Only CPR.

TAKE A MINUTE TO LEARN HOW TO SAVE A LIFE
Watch the short demo video. Visit heart.org/handsonlycpr to watch the Hands-Only CPR instructional video and share it with the important people in your life. You can also find a CPR class near you.

NOTE: The AHA still recommends CPR with compressions and breaths for infants and children and victims of drowning, drug overdose, or people who collapse due to breathing problems.
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