The Lincoln Hills Foundation now accepts online donations, it is easy and secure. Please visit our [DONATIONS]webpage for details.
Saturday, March 14th, Presentation Hall, Kilaga Springs Lodge
2015 Trust & Estate Law Updates and Fiduciary Relationships by Julliette Robertson, Esq of Robertson/Adams Law
Current Economic Market Update by Tim Smith, President & Financial Advisor with Smith-Mottini
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Classes include training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), the use of the Automatic External Defibrillator (AED), and the performance of the Heimlich maneuver for choking.
If you are interested, there are classes scheduled for: Feb. 20, April 9, June 4, July 23, Aug 27 and Oct. 23.. The fees are: $10 for CPR/AED with certification and a manual, $10 for CPR/AED/First Aid without certification or manual, and $20.00 for CPR/AED/First Aid with certification and a manual. Classes are taught by a certified instructor. The cost is supplemented by the Foundation as a public service. CPR training usually costs $70.00 or more.
Applications will be at Orchard Creek Lodge or click here ===>
LHF Grants $11,975 to Lincoln
for Patrol Car High Tech
At the October 28th Lincoln City Council meeting, representatives of the Lincoln Hills Foundation gave Police Officer David Ibarra a check to buy life-saving equipment for the Lincoln Police Department. LHF Grants Committee Chairman, Vern Chong, presented a check for $11,975 to purchase five automatic external defibrillators (AEDs) used to resuscitate individuals suffering cardiac arrest. Since they are first responders at scenes of accidents and emergencies, the devices, costing $2,395 each, will be carried in LPD patrol cars and placed at police headquarters. “ Seniors are an at-risk group for cardiac issues and the city did not have the funds to purchase the AEDs, so the Foundation stepped in, as we did in 2007, when we supplied two earlier models to the Lincoln Police Department” said Chong. Since the initial grant by the Foundation in 2003, $234,297 has been provided to the Lincoln senior community,” Chong said.
Fom left: Foundation Vice-President Jean Ebenholtz, Foundation Grants Chairman Vernon Chong, City of Lincoln Police Officer David Ibarra.
Happy Winners at the February
25th Lincoln Hills Foundation
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Orchard Creek Ballroom
Meridian's Restaurant Special
Bingo Sheet Sales at 12:30PM
Games Begin at 1:00PM