Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Town staffer earns lifesaving honour
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Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 3 Jan 2007, p. 4


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Paula Stevens, aquatic co-coordinator with the Town of Halton Hills, has been recognized by the Lifesaving Society for her volunteer work in drowning prevention and lifesaving education. Stevens, of Brampton, was among 13 volunteers recognized by Ontario Lieutenant Governor James K. Bartleman, the Society's Patron at a ceremony at Queen's Park recently. She is an examiner and instructor trainer in the Society's Swim, Lifesaving, First Aid and Lifeguard training programs and also an instructor of the Society's Aquatic Supervisor award and holds the Aquatic Safety Inspector certification. Stevens has more than 12 years of leadership on a variety of the Society's committees such as First Aid Services that completely overhauled the Society's first aid awards and the Swim program committee that developed and launched the Society's new learn to swim program. She is currently helping to build lifesaving sport as chair of Long-Term Athlete Development.


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Newspaper
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Date of Publication:
3 Jan 2007
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Stevens, Paula ; Bartleman, James K.
Local identifier:
Halton.News.218653
Language of Item:
English
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Town staffer earns lifesaving honour