The New ‘Duck Pond’ to Serve as ‘Hands On Heart’ CPR Training Site

PRESS RELEASE – On Wednesday, May 11, the Madison Mallards’ “Duck Pond” will serve as a training site for “Hands On Hearts” compression only CPR presented by St. Mary’s Hospital and WISC Channel 3.

The public is invited to come check out the new “Duck Pond” and get trained in compression-only CPR. The training take just 15 minutes and the “Duck Pond” will be open for training from 5:15 am until 1 pm. Training will be offered in Spanish from 10am until noon.

Mallards team President Vern Stenman and General Manager Conor Caloia will be amongst the trainers. WISC Channel 3 will be broadcasting live throughout the day and the training will take place in the Mallards new team store. No reservations are required.

Said Caloia, “This is a great community event and we are glad that the Mallards can be a part of it. We hope to see you at the ballpark on Wednesday.”

For questions or further info please call the Mallards at (608) 246-4277.

The Madison Mallards are members of the 16-team summer collegiate Northwoods League and will play a 70-game schedule in the new-and-improved “Duck Pond” beginning on Opening Day, June 7th against the Wisconsin Woodchucks at 7:05p.m.

Single-game tickets for the 2011 season are now on sale! Fans can purchase tickets one of three ways: 1) online by clicking here, 2) over the phone by calling the ticket office at 608.316.DUCK (3825), or 3) in-person at the “Duck Pond” weekdays 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. & 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Saturday’s. Group tickets, including hospitality areas perfect for company outings are on sale as well.

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