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UPDATE:  JANUARY AND FEBRUARY SESSIONS ARE FILLED.  Plymouth Heart Safe's CPR and AED training sessions are resuming.  In working with the City of Plymouth and following Minnesota Department of Health guidelines in navigating COVID-19, hands-only CPR and AED training will be offered at no charge.  Sessions will be limited to 15 registered individuals per session.  Mask coverings and screening will be required.  Plymouth Rotary Club is proud to partner on this community program.
Sessions are just over an hour long and are available for adults and teenagers (8th grade and up).  All sessions are held at the Plymouth Public Safety Building located at 3400 Plymouth Blvd., adjacent to Plymouth City Hall.
Wednesday, January 20th at 7pm  FILLED
Saturday, January 23rd at 10am    FILLED
Wednesday, February 24th at 7pm  FILLED
Saturday, February 27th at 10am    FILLED
The following is from the City of Plymouth Facebook post on December 29, 2020:
With mixed emotions, we announce the retirement of Public Safety Director/Police Chief Mike Goldstein following a landmark career that spanned nearly three decades. His last day with the city comes at the end of January.
Raised in Plymouth, Mike has devoted his entire professional life to the city – beginning as a Plymouth Police Explorer in 1984 and working all the way to the highest position with the Police Department.
Mike has been a pillar of the community and his steadfast service will have lasting impact on the residents and businesses of Plymouth.
“I’m still inspired to come into work every day,” he said. “I could not be prouder of the women and men who serve this department with pride and excellence every day. If I could sum up in a word how I feel about the opportunity I’ve had to serve this community, it would be ‘gratitude.’”
Thank you, Mike, for everything you’ve done for Plymouth. We wish you all the best on your well-earned retirement.
Thank you to Tara Anderson for joining Plymouth Rotary.  Tara is the Director of Engagement at Crescent Cove, a respite and hospice home for children in Brooklyn Center.  Tara oversees the fundraising and communications and invites you to participate in their January Gala.  Click here for details.
The COVID-19 pandemic hasn't changed the fact that bystanders play a crucial role in improving survival rates for cardiac arrest. But providing potentially lifesaving CPR requires extra considerations amid the coronavirus crisis, according to temporary guidance from the American Heart Association.  Plymouth Heart Safe is resuming hands only CPR and AED training; information above.  Click here for details.