East Valley-Phoenix Chapter
Our chapter has been picked to be the feature non-profit for the Gilbert Chamber for the Good program and will have an article in the Gilbert Republic in the next couple of weeks.
Attached is a copy of the Fraternal Order of the Eagles newsletter with a small blurb (page 7) on an upcoming event we are having with them on April 6. Our chapter is donating an AED to the Mesa Tri-City 3468 Aerie. In addition to donating the equipment, we will be providing AED/CPR demonstrations. We are also in talks with other FOE locations to discuss a partnership with the Eagles as they are very much in line with our mission given that one of their featured charities is the Max Baer Heart Fund.
SCAA’s East Valley-Phoenix chapter, in partnership with the Highland High Band Boosters, celebrated Heart Month by hosting a Big Band Night on February 21, 2014 at the Arizona Golf Resort. Attendees enjoyed the musical performances of HHS Jazz Black and the King / Nelson Quartet, as well as dancing, hors d’oeuvres and drinks. In addition, the chapter donated an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) to the Arizona Golf Resort in preparation for hosting its 4th annual Keep the Beat Golf Tournament which will be held at the resort in April 2014.
(L-R) SCAA Chapter Leader Vicky White poses with Cipriano AIonutescu, General Managing Partner of the Arizona Golf Resort along with Laura White,a Highland HighSchool student, who dedicated the AED donation in memory of her father who lost his life to sudden cardiac arrest.
Designated nationally and proclaimed locally by Arizona Governor Brewer, June 3-8, 2013 is CPR/AED Awareness Week. To mark this occasion, our East Valley-Phoenix chapter will donate two Cardiac Science Powerheart AEDs to Gilbert Public Schools at its Board meeting on Tuesday, June 4th. Help us in our goal of eventually seeing AEDs as common as fire extinguishers. See AZ proclamation below...
Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association, East Valley-Phoenix Chapter
Girl Scouts Testify at the Arizona Legislature
Mark Newman, of Newman Realty, did a great job emceeing the mixer. Tracey Groy, of the Original Basket Boutique and SCAA Board member and Kelly Schager, of The Sign Guys, helped make the event a success!
A very big thanks goes to Todd and Jennie Wiggington, of The Sign Guys, for sponsoring the Connecting for a Cause mixer!
SCAA Chapter Leader, Vicky White, poses for a picture as guests arrived. Attendees had the opportunity to purchase raffle tickets and win prizes with the proceeds benefiting SCAA.
Tim Bricker, CEO of Mercy Gilbert Hospital and Gilbert Chamber Board Member, gives a few remarks at the event. Tim is also a fellow classmate of Gilbert Leadership’s Class XX.
A “Pool Challenge” between the Town of Gilbert and the Gilbert Chamber of Commerce!
J. W. Rayhons eyes the pool table as Gilbert Mayor John Lewis takes his shot during the "Pool Challenge".
Thanks to friends at COSTCO, guests enjoyed some yummy cake as the mixer kicked off Heart Month!
Gilbert Chamber members socialize during the mixer celebrating Heart Month
Troop 2451 worked hard over the past year teaching others hands-only CPR and how to use AEDs to earn their Silver Award.
Troop 2451 begins their Silver Award presentation to the Arizona Cactus-Pine Girl Scout Council.
Teaching the Council members about sudden cardiac arrest and the chain of survival.
Laura White donates the AEDs to the Arizona Cactus-Pine Girl Scout Council Board Chair, Margaret Serrano-Foster
The Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association, East Valley-Phoenix chapter's second annual Keep the Beat Golf tournament held on September 16, 2011 was deemed a great success thanks to all the sponsors, players and volunteers. The East Valley-Phoenix chapter also donated an AED to Superstition Springs Golf Club thanks to
the support of Cardiac Science. In addition, Jeff Munn, the voice of the Arizona Diamondbacks and veteran member of their broadcast team served as Master of Ceremonies.
Mark Newman, of Newman Realty and JW Rayhons, of Rayhons Financial Solutions facilitated a drawing, compliments of Gayle Schmidt, of Buffalo Wild Wings of Gilbert, during the awards luncheon at the tournament. The winner, Gus Dekavallas, of MetLife holds the gift basket made by Tracey Groy, of The original basket boutique of Gilbert.
AED Donation: City of Mesa Councilwoman Dina Higgins, Vicky White, SCAA-EV chapter leader and Jason Jaffrey, general manager of Superstition Springs Golf Club pose for pictures following the AED donation, thanks to the support of Cardiac Science.
The winning team - Cardiac Science - won the tournament for the second year in a row.
Jeff Munn, the voice of the Arizona Diamondbacks and veteran member of their broadcast team served as Master of Ceremonies.
Thanks to a Defibtech donation, the SCAA, East Valley-Phoenix chapter supplied an AED to the Gilbert branch of the East Valley Boys and Girls Club on June 3, 2011 commemorating CPR/AED Awareness Week. Holding the AED is Ramon Elias, president and CEO of the East Valley Boys and Girls Club. Also pictured are Linda Abbott, councilmember for the Town of Gilbert and members of the Gilbert Fire Department, as well as SCAA board members, who participated by talking with the hundred children who attended the special ceremony. In addition, Girl Scout Troop 2451 demonstrated bystander CPR and how to use an AED.
In recognition of CPR/AED Awareness Week (June 1-7) the East Valley-Phoenix chapter of the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association presented a Hero Award to US Airways employee Stephan Muellar for saving the life of co-worker Clyde James, last August. The chapter, along with Girl Scout Troop 2451, also demonstrated bystander CPR and how to use an AED on Thursday, June 2, 2011 at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer proclaims June 1-7 as CPR/AED Awareness week
To commemorate CPR/AED Awareness Week, the East Valley has planned the following:
10:30 a.m., Thursday, June 2, 2011
Hero Recognition Award ceremony
US Airways Ticket Counter at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport
Following the presentation we will be demonstrating bystander CPR and how to use an AED to US Airways employees
9 a.m., Friday, June 3
AED Donation to Boys and Girls Club - Gilbert Branch
We will also demonstrate to the staff and children how to perform CCC/CPR and how to use an AED
By Dan Siegel, www.abc15.com
US Airways' Customer Service Agent Stephan Mueller will receive the East Valley Chapter of the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association’s Hero Award for his response to a sudden cardiac arrest event. Mueller performed CPR and called for a defibrillator when a coworker collapsed, saving the coworker’s life. 10:30am, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
SCAA, East Valley - Phoenix chapter donated an AED to the Town of Gilbert on April 14. The Town will place the life-saving unit at the Higley Center for the Performing Arts.
Pictured (L-R): Susan Sokolsky, Gilbert Public Schools and SCAA board member; SCAA Chapter Leader Vicky White; Gilbert Mayor John Lewis; Higley's Governing Board President Kim Anderson; Gilbert Councilmember Linda Abbott; Larry Whitesell, Manager for Higley Center for the Performing Arts; and Dr. Denise Birdwell, Higley Unified School District's Superintendent.
Mesa's Newest Pool Opens Today
Girl Scouts Train Others
Jon Rittenburg, of Cardiac Science, demonstrates how easy an AED is to use. Cardiac Science also provided free Heart Screenings at the event.
Over 300 students in grades 3-6 heard first hand about the the chain of survival and how to perform CCC/CPR and use an AED during a school assembly at Pioneer Elementary from SCAA, East Valley-Phoenix chapter members Tracey Groy and Vicky White, along with principal Mike Davis.
LIFE SAVING DEVICE DONATED TO GILBERT SCHOOL
Dr. Robyn Conrad, principal of Playa del Rey Elementary accepted the AED donation, along with Dr. Dave Allison, superintendent of the Gilbert Public Schools and Lorie Miller, RN, Director of Health Services who delivered remarks. Vicky White, SCAA, East Valley-Phoenix chapter leader looked on, along with Jonathan Rittenburg of Cardiac Science.
Meridian Receives AED
SCAA-EV Chapter Leader Vicky White, Superintendent Dr. Dave Allison, and Principal Vicki Hester
2011 First Quarter Newsletter
SCAA - East Valley Phoenix Chapter
Gilbert, AZ 85234
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