On January 31st. Our featured presented was Paul Linza from the ACT Foundation.
He told us about a program working in partnership with BC Emergency Health Services to bring a high school CPR and defibrillator training program to all of the public secondary schools in BC. With the support of community partners, they donate the training mannequins and automated external defibrillator (AED) training units to the schools and the Gr. 10 P. E. Teachers are trained as CPR and AED Instructors for their students and in turn teach CPR to all of their students. 
He demonstrated how the AED works. The cost is $3000.00 per school for the set up. Unfortunately our funding has been determined for this Rotary Year.So we will review the request again in the 2017-18 year.
We have confirmed with Gaming that we cannot qualify it under Gaming
.