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Huron Kinloss and area residents took part in "First Aid on the Farm" event, hosted by St. John Ambulance and funded by Farm Credit Canada. St. John Ambulance staff provided CPR training and education on farm hazards and scene management. From left, Jim Taylor of Belgrave, Betty Jean and Bob White of Huron-Kinloss, Colleen Rutledge of Ripley and Linda Groen of Teeswater practice CPR. (Barb McKay photo)


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