Beverly Gaddy, left, of Hilton Head Island and Debby Miller, right, of Sun City Hilton Head, join classmates July 25, 2014, in performing chest compressions on practice dummies during the monthly Friends and Family Community CPR Class at Hilton Head Hospital. The class is taught by Martha Bridges, a registered nurse in the hospital's cardiac rehabilitation department, and Cinda Seamon, fire and life safety educator with the Town of Hilton Head Island Fire & Rescue Division.
Beverly Gaddy, left, of Hilton Head Island and Debby Miller, right, of Sun City Hilton Head, join classmates July 25, 2014, in performing chest compressions on practice dummies during the monthly Friends and Family Community CPR Class at Hilton Head Hospital. The class is taught by Martha Bridges, a registered nurse in the hospital's cardiac rehabilitation department, and Cinda Seamon, fire and life safety educator with the Town of Hilton Head Island Fire & Rescue Division. Staff photo
Beverly Gaddy, left, of Hilton Head Island and Debby Miller, right, of Sun City Hilton Head, join classmates July 25, 2014, in performing chest compressions on practice dummies during the monthly Friends and Family Community CPR Class at Hilton Head Hospital. The class is taught by Martha Bridges, a registered nurse in the hospital's cardiac rehabilitation department, and Cinda Seamon, fire and life safety educator with the Town of Hilton Head Island Fire & Rescue Division. Staff photo

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