New Berlin’s Director of Emergency Management, Scott Schulpius, presented the New Berlin Junior Woman’s Club with a Letter of Appreciation for their kind donation of $1,050 to the City’s “Stop the Bleed” Program. Twenty-three (23) members from the NBJWC participated in a “Stop the Bleed” training on February 13th to gain first-hand knowledge of this national 90-minute public education program. Uncontrolled bleeding is the number one cause of preventable death from trauma and for this reason the City of New Berlin is committed to “Stop the Bleed” training.
The New Berlin Junior Woman’s Club, now in its 44th year, are a group of women committed to serving and strengthening the New Berlin Community through fundraising, volunteerism and friendship. The NBJWC helps fund initiatives with the New Berlin Police and Fire Departments annually and was the driving force behind the Malone Park All-Inclusive Playground. The City of New Berlin wishes to express its profound appreciation to this group for their deep sense of civic responsibility.
“Stop the Bleed” classes are offered to the public monthly through the New Berlin Recreation Department. Interested parties should contact the Rec Department at 262-797-2443.