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May 26, 2004

Albany -- It's a big job but some newly trained babysitters say they're ready.

These students between the ages of 11 and 15 plan to baby sit this summer. They're enrolled in the American Red Cross babysitting training course, where they'll learn everything from basic safety to professionalism.

"We learned about infants and what to do and how to keep them safe. We also learned about how to discipline them," says Sarah Stanton.

There are two more sessions in June. The class cost $45. Call Cathy Gilbert for more information at (229)-430-5222.

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