Blue Envelope’s Generosity Benefits College Community


Aug 7, 2015 | Casper College News

The Blue Envelope Health Fund recently donated two more automatic external defibrillators to Casper College. Those two will be used by the school of science in Aley Hall and the other in the Maintenance Building.

“Blue Envelope has given us 19 AEDs to date, totaling approximately $22,800, and have been an invaluable partner in our quest to place at least one AED in every building on campus,” said Lance Jones, director of security at Casper College. “We still have several buildings without AEDs, but one is carried in each campus security patrol car, and we are placing the machines, as we acquire them, in areas that are either the most remote on campus or attract a population likely to require medical attention,” Jones added.

According to Jones, AEDs have been placed at the Nolte Gateway Center, Gertrude Krampert Center for Theatre and Dance, Thunderbird Gym, Tate Geological Museum, Goodstein Foundation Library, Wheeler Auditorium in the Wold Physical Science Center, Werner Wildlife Museum, several academic buildings, and have also been given to the Casper College Rodeo Team and to the Tate to take on field trips.

Media contact: Lisa S. Icenogle

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