Blood drive at Landmark High School a big success
Landmark High School and American Red Cross would like to thank all those that donated blood during the school’s last blood drive on Friday, Sept. 18. The goal was for the school to have a total of 29 units of blood donated. The total for the day was 27 units of blood donated. The donation of blood goes to help save lives and bring health to those that are in need.
The students of Landmark High School are constantly trying to give back to the community by any means possible. The students that participated in the blood drive, either by donating blood or volunteering time, receive Red Honor Cords that they get to wear with their cap and gown during their graduation ceremony. It is a great time and great benefit to help others in the community. We would like to invite others in the community to donate blood on Monday, Nov. 16, at Landmark High School.
Senior Karissa Carter donates blood during a recent blood drive at Landmark High School in Spanish Fork.