Local non-profit Arrhythmia Alliance and the Town of Bluffton have placed a further five public access defibrillators (PADs) around Bluffton. The five defibrillators were all officially placed by August 2, 2017.
Earlier this year, Arrhythmia Alliance, in partnership with the Bluffton Town Fire Department, (BTFD) launched the A-A Defibs Save Lives – #BlufftonHeartsMatter campaign. The Defibs Save Lives campaign is a local and national education-based advocacy program that equips communities with the necessary tools to implement the chain of survival during sudden cardiac arrest.
According to Arrhythmia Alliance Founder Trudie Lobban MBE, “We are thrilled that the Town have followed through on their promise to donate five PADs to the Arrhythmia Alliance Defibs Save Lives – #BlufftonHeartsMatter campaign. Following the placement of 31 AEDs in all the Bluffton Police vehicles we then partnered with BTFD to make Bluffton Heartsafe. It is wonderful to have the support of the Town and Mayor to support this great campaign.”
The Palmetto Plant Eaters Club, a PlantPure Nation pod group that meets monthly (free & open to the public) to teach and support plant-based eating, will be hosting Brent Wearren as its guest speaker on Wednesday, August 2nd at 6:30pm at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Lowcountry at 110 Malphrus Road in Bluffton, SC. He will be discussing how to get started with organic vegetable and fruit production, the fundamentals of growing in containers and raised beds, and tips for creating edible landscapes.
Learn more about the Palmetto Plant Eaters at http://www.PalmettoPlantEaters.com
The one hour Palmetto Plant Eaters Club meeting will consist of introductions, announcements, upcoming calendar events, and the guest presentation. Afterward a Q&A session wiill take place for the speaker and to address any general plant-based lifestyle topics. Our meetings are for the curious, newbies, and longtime plant-based vegan practitioners alike. A plant-based cookbook will be given away to one meeting attendee. Must be present to win.
Brent Wearren, father of Blake Wearren who owns the popular Delisheeyo eatery on Hilton Head Island, grew up in a gardening family. He started growing food and ornamentals with his two grandfathers and father in Kentucky when he was 8 years old. Brent studied horticulture at Michigan State then operated a 1,150 acre wholesale nursery business with his father for 34 years. After moving to South Carolina, working for Green Thumb Nursery, and fine-tuning his organic growing skills, Brent took over managing the spectacular Delisheeyo edible garden in 2015. Brent is also a consultant and personal organic gardner on the island helping homeowners create edible landscapes. Anyone who has seen the Delisheeyo garden knows that Brent is a plant whisperer. Come learn some tips & tricks from the master!
Join the fourth annual “Movement in the Park,” a health and wellness fair for all ages on Sunday, May 21, 2 – 5 p.m. in Forsyth Park.
Participants may take part in
the “Dawning of a Miracle Mile” (a one mile walk/run),
Zumba, line dancing, activities for kids, health screenings, vendors,
refreshments, fun and more.
Sponsored by news anchor and author Dawn Baker and Fleet Feet Sports Savannah, the health and wellness fair benefits Dawn’s Daughter Leadership Academy, which provides life-changing programs, activities and experiences for young women to help them become more successful in their personal and professional lives. The leadership academy is open to high school sophomores and juniors in Chatham, Bryan and Liberty Counties. A suggested donation for “Movement in the Park Health and Wellness Fair” is $10 for adults and $1 for students. For questions or additional information, please call (912) 232-6048 or (912) 721-7388. You may also email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.