Monthly Archives: April 2014

Red Cross Response to Devastating Southern and Midwestern Storms

  The American Red Cross is responding across the South and Midwest to help people affected by the massive storm system that has destroyed neighborhoods and left thousands without power.   Red Cross workers opened or supported community shelters in … Continue reading

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Red Cross “Night of 50,000 Lives” in Las Vegas

Our Night of 50,000 Lives event is coming up on May 6th! Join us high atop the Stratosphere Tower for great food, drinks and spectacular views to raise money for our international Measles and Rubella Initiative. For every single dollar … Continue reading

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Red Cross Babysitter Training Being Offered Over Spring Break

For those Southern Nevada students on a “staycation” for spring break, the American Red Cross is offering a babysitter’s training course on Thursday, April 17. Red Cross Babysitter training covers all of the major topics that a young person may … Continue reading

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Red Cross Disaster Institute Scheduled for April 24 – May 6

  The Southern Nevada chapter is holding its “Ready To Respond” Disaster Institute from April 24 – May 6, offering one of the most comprehensive course schedules of American Red Cross training available in the country. From the protocols in opening a … Continue reading

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In April, We Honor Military Children

  April is the “Month of the Military Child,” a time to honor and recognize the children of deployed military personnel. There are about 2 million military children between the ages of newborn and 18 years old. These children often … Continue reading

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April is “Pet First Aid Awareness” Month

Pets are an important part of many families, and the Red Cross Pet First Aid App puts lifesaving information right in the hands of dog and cat owners so they can provide emergency care until veterinary assistance is available. The … Continue reading

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