SADD blood drive exceeds goal


Senior Damian Dorsey donates blood during a blood drive held by the Indian Lake High School Students Against Destructive Decisions Chapter on Nov. 8. The annual drive garnered 82 units of blood. The goal was 68 units. SADD members extend a huge thank you to all the students and many community members who donated. The Community Blood Center reports that blood is needed every two seconds. About one in seven people entering a hospital needs blood. Blood is needed for treatment of accident victims, cancer patients, hemophiliacs and surgery patients. ILHS National Honor Society students will host a blood drive in the spring.


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Senior Damian Dorsey donates blood during a blood drive held by the Indian Lake High School Students Against Destructive Decisions Chapter on Nov. 8. The annual drive garnered 82 units of blood. The goal was 68 units. SADD members extend a huge thank you to all the students and many community members who donated. The Community Blood Center reports that blood is needed every two seconds. About one in seven people entering a hospital needs blood. Blood is needed for treatment of accident victims, cancer patients, hemophiliacs and surgery patients. ILHS National Honor Society students will host a blood drive in the spring.

Senior Damian Dorsey donates blood during a blood drive held by the Indian Lake High School Students Against Destructive Decisions Chapter on Nov. 8. The annual drive garnered 82 units of blood. The goal was 68 units. SADD members extend a huge thank you to all the students and many community members who donated. The Community Blood Center reports that blood is needed every two seconds. About one in seven people entering a hospital needs blood. Blood is needed for treatment of accident victims, cancer patients, hemophiliacs and surgery patients. ILHS National Honor Society students will host a blood drive in the spring.
http://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2017/11/web1_Web-4.jpgSenior Damian Dorsey donates blood during a blood drive held by the Indian Lake High School Students Against Destructive Decisions Chapter on Nov. 8. The annual drive garnered 82 units of blood. The goal was 68 units. SADD members extend a huge thank you to all the students and many community members who donated. The Community Blood Center reports that blood is needed every two seconds. About one in seven people entering a hospital needs blood. Blood is needed for treatment of accident victims, cancer patients, hemophiliacs and surgery patients. ILHS National Honor Society students will host a blood drive in the spring. Submitted photo