Kandos High is full of 'heart'

Peta Gazzoli (representative from Kandos Returned Services Community Club), Bianca Maloney (Branch Team Leader Westfund Health Insurance Mudgee), Kerry Reynolds (Kandos High School Physical Education Teacher and applicant of the defibrillator) and James Armitage (Kandos High principle).

Peta Gazzoli (representative from Kandos Returned Services Community Club), Bianca Maloney (Branch Team Leader Westfund Health Insurance Mudgee), Kerry Reynolds (Kandos High School Physical Education Teacher and applicant of the defibrillator) and James Armitage (Kandos High principle).

Kandos High School is now the proud owner of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) thanks to the Here for Hearts Schools Program.

The Program is a partnership between Westfund and the Defibshop which is designed to save lives by increasing awareness of sudden Cardiac Arrest and the importance of defibrillators in the community.

The school’s successful application will benefit not just the school but the wider Kandos community, with the AED installed in Kandos Returned Services Community Club.

Westfund’s Bianca Maloney visiting Kandos High to hand over the AED on Thursday morning.

“The AED has been secured in an easily accessible place in the Kandos Returned Services Community Club and is designed to provide peace of mind for the entire town.”

“Westfund are pleased to assist Kandos High in securing an AED, which may one day save a life,” Mrs Maloney said. Bowden’s Silver covered the cost of the AED.

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