Blood drive at Land­mark High School a big suc­cess

Serve Daily - - BUILDING COMMUNITY - By Baylie Shep­herd Dragon Times Re­porter

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.

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