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Camp 911 Returns to Baraga County

After two years off because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Baraga County kids will have a chance to learn about emergency procedures again this spring.

Bay Ambulance’s Camp 911 is returning. Linda Paakala tells us the two-day session covers a wide range of topics…

First aid, CPR, we have police and fire, DNR all come and show what the kids can do. We try to teach them the first aid things for car safety, bike safety, home safety.

It’s open to current fifth and sixth graders in any Baraga County school. 

The two-day camp will run June 14th and 15th. That causes a slight overlap, because the Baraga School District had to extend classes into the 14th. Paakala says the Baraga students can still be involved…

They’ll miss the morning session, but it runs to 3:00. As long as they’re registered, they can still show up after that.

Space is limited, and applications are due June1. Forms were recently sent home with eligible Baraga County students. If you need one, call the Bay Ambulance office at 906-353-6196. Learn more on their Facebook page.

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