Cindy Kelley-Deaton, chief operating officer of Girl Scouts – N. C. Coastal Pines, pins Eryn Olmo with her Lifesaving Medal of Honor at a Holly Springs Town Council meeting last week. Eryn received the national award after performing the Heimlich maneuver on a woman who was choking on a piece of cheese at a Raleigh McDonald’s.
Cindy Kelley-Deaton, chief operating officer of Girl Scouts – N. C. Coastal Pines, pins Eryn Olmo with her Lifesaving Medal of Honor at a Holly Springs Town Council meeting last week. Eryn received the national award after performing the Heimlich maneuver on a woman who was choking on a piece of cheese at a Raleigh McDonald’s. Photos Courtesy of Krista Park
Cindy Kelley-Deaton, chief operating officer of Girl Scouts – N. C. Coastal Pines, pins Eryn Olmo with her Lifesaving Medal of Honor at a Holly Springs Town Council meeting last week. Eryn received the national award after performing the Heimlich maneuver on a woman who was choking on a piece of cheese at a Raleigh McDonald’s. Photos Courtesy of Krista Park

Two local Girl Scouts receive national Lifesaving Medal of Honor

May 12, 2014 08:14 AM

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