This holiday season, you can give a precious gift that will help save lives, and a gift that will bring joy to a child's life. Give blood through Jan. 9 and redeem your reward points at the LifeServe Blood Center Online Store for teddy bears and other gifts for participating local hospitals. Generosity isn't always expressed in dollars, but rather in small acts of love. Give love this season by saving a life and giving to a child in need. Donors can call LifeServe Blood Center at 800-287-4903 or visit www.lifeservebloodcenter.org to donate their points back to teddy bears for children.
And now for the results from the Jan. 5 Blood Drive in Spirit Lake...
Registered Donors: 27
Units Collected: 29
Lives Impacted: 87
Please join us in congratulating these donors who reached milestones in donations:
1 gallon: Jeremy Holdorf
2 gallons: Vicki Brevik
3 gallons: Adam Cook
6 gallons: Marcus Neppl
7 gallons: Scott Werner
These are the donors who stepped up to save lives:
Daniel Antoine, Vicki Brevik, Ladean Cheever, Adam Cook, Roxie Cother, Mary DeBoer, Daniel Dreeszen, Shannon Dunham, Jessica Garberding, Jean Gillespie, Serena Hayes, Jeremy Holdorf, Paul Katzfey, William May, Margie May, Kari Mazur, Charlotte McClure, Kyle Miller, Deanna Nattress, Brianna Nattress, William Neiderheiser, David Nelson, Marcus Neppl, Shane Newgard, Ruth Nolting, Dianne Roberts, Tanya Webber, Scott Werner and Ronnie Ziegmann
The next Spirit Lake Community Blood Drive is scheduled for March 1 from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Dickinson County Building.
LifeServe Blood Center