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Modeling CPR

 

Cosby High School student Kailye Ball (left) practices CPR techniques while classmate Brooke Schreder demonstrates her first aid skills. The pair were part of more than 500 students and faculty members from across the region to take part in a HOSA conference held across campus today. HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) promotes career opportunities and seeks to enhance the overall delivery of quality health care.

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