Paul Hatrak, CPA, CGMA, and Certified Business Coach of Hatrak Associates, LLC will present a workshop entitled, Communicating for Success: Watch Your Language! at the Marian Sutherland Kirby Library on Tuesday, October 23 at 6:30pm.
As President of Hatrak Associates, LLC and a FocalPoint Certified Business Coach, Paul's mission is to work with entrepreneurially minded professionals who are seeking to grow professionally and personally.
Business owners, entrepreneurs and individuals who want to start their own business are encouraged to attend, learn and network. Through this interactive workshop, attendees will learn to become sustainable with improved focused thinking and identifying behavioral styles that will tailor their brand message to a target audience. Business owners may be losing up to 75% of business opportunities due to the lack of an entrepreneurial mindset and by communicating the same way with everyone. Attorneys will receive 1 CLE. CPAs will receive 1 CPE.
Register for this free program at the Circulation Desk or call 570-474-9313.
COLOR ME CALM!
Wednesday, November 7, 6:00 - 7:30pm
Relax and recharge by spending some quiet time
coloring your cares away while listening to soothing music!
Coloring pages & supplies will be provided
or feel free to bring your own.
Register at Circulation Desk or call 570-474-9313.
CPR Class to be Held at the M.S. Kirby Library
An American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR and AED Class will be offered at the Marian Sutherland Kirby Library on Wednesday, November 14 at 6:30pm. Margaret Austin, BA, RN, CEN, PHEN, Outreach/Prevention Coordinator - Trauma from Geisinger Wyoming Valley will conduct the training session. There is a cost of $10.00 per person to be collected the night of the class. Checks can be made payable to Geisinger Wyoming Valley (GWV) Education.
Every year more than 350,000 Americans suffer cardiac arrest where the heart stops beating. When this happens there is no circulation of essential oxygenated blood. Sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death in the United States with nearly four out of five cases occurring outside a hospital.
When a person's heart stops every second counts as irreversible damage to brain cells begins. Without immediate assistance, the chances of survival are dismal. Bystanders, whether in a public gathering space such as an airport, shopping mall, a workplace, or in the home, play a vital role in improving the chances of survival. Emergency care by family members, friends, coworkers or bystanders can mean the difference between life and death.
Bystander CPR consists of chest compressions that maintain circulation of the oxygen remaining in a person's blood. Research has shown the effectiveness of this "hands only" technique.
Registration for this program may be done by visiting the library at 35 Kirby Ave., Mountaintop or by calling 570-474-9313.