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Students lend a hand with the blood drive

Donations help save lives during the high demand holiday season

Sarah Sheikh, Features Editor

Students in the health career cluster electives hosted a blood drive Dec. 7 in an effort to obtain blood for donations. Many students participated in this event by volunteering with the set up process, and having their blood drawn. To donate, one just had to weigh at least 110 pounds, and be 17 years or older.

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Sarah Sheikh, Features Editor

Sarah Sheikh is back for her final year on staff. She did it. She survived high school. You can catch her amidst chaos from time to time, but she plays...

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