SADD blood drive garners more than 80 donors


Indian Lake junior Anjel Dukowitz holds up her arm after donating blood at a SADD blood drive at Indian Lake High School. More than 80 high school students, staff and members of the community rolled up their sleeves and donated blood. Students Against Destructive Decisions Club Advisor Deb Metzger says they exceeded their goal with a total of 83 pints collected, including 37 first-time donors. The Community Blood Center reports that blood is needed every two seconds. About one in seven people entering a hospital needs blood. Blood is always needed for treatment of accident victims, cancer patients, hemophiliacs and surgery patients. Indian Lake will host another Community Blood Center Drive sponsored by National Honor Society in the spring.

Indian Lake junior Anjel Dukowitz holds up her arm after donating blood at a SADD blood drive at Indian Lake High School. More than 80 high school students, staff and members of the community rolled up their sleeves and donated blood. Students Against Destructive Decisions Club Advisor Deb Metzger says they exceeded their goal with a total of 83 pints collected, including 37 first-time donors. The Community Blood Center reports that blood is needed every two seconds. About one in seven people entering a hospital needs blood. Blood is always needed for treatment of accident victims, cancer patients, hemophiliacs and surgery patients. Indian Lake will host another Community Blood Center Drive sponsored by National Honor Society in the spring.


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Indian Lake junior Anjel Dukowitz holds up her arm after donating blood at a SADD blood drive at Indian Lake High School. More than 80 high school students, staff and members of the community rolled up their sleeves and donated blood. Students Against Destructive Decisions Club Advisor Deb Metzger says they exceeded their goal with a total of 83 pints collected, including 37 first-time donors. The Community Blood Center reports that blood is needed every two seconds. About one in seven people entering a hospital needs blood. Blood is always needed for treatment of accident victims, cancer patients, hemophiliacs and surgery patients. Indian Lake will host another Community Blood Center Drive sponsored by National Honor Society in the spring.

Indian Lake junior Anjel Dukowitz holds up her arm after donating blood at a SADD blood drive at Indian Lake High School. More than 80 high school students, staff and members of the community rolled up their sleeves and donated blood. Students Against Destructive Decisions Club Advisor Deb Metzger says they exceeded their goal with a total of 83 pints collected, including 37 first-time donors. The Community Blood Center reports that blood is needed every two seconds. About one in seven people entering a hospital needs blood. Blood is always needed for treatment of accident victims, cancer patients, hemophiliacs and surgery patients. Indian Lake will host another Community Blood Center Drive sponsored by National Honor Society in the spring.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2016/11/web1_Dukowitz-donates.jpgIndian Lake junior Anjel Dukowitz holds up her arm after donating blood at a SADD blood drive at Indian Lake High School. More than 80 high school students, staff and members of the community rolled up their sleeves and donated blood. Students Against Destructive Decisions Club Advisor Deb Metzger says they exceeded their goal with a total of 83 pints collected, including 37 first-time donors. The Community Blood Center reports that blood is needed every two seconds. About one in seven people entering a hospital needs blood. Blood is always needed for treatment of accident victims, cancer patients, hemophiliacs and surgery patients. Indian Lake will host another Community Blood Center Drive sponsored by National Honor Society in the spring. Submitted photo