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Photo Gallery: Blood Drive


On Wed., Feb. 22, students, who had previously signed up, participated in the blood drive in the auditorium. Photos by Kimberly Edmonds-Best, Ridhi Patel, Unique Larry and Emily Gray.

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    Tasia FaulconMar 30, 2012 at 9:00 am

    It was very inspiring to see everyone who ca put to support and participate in the blood drive at the school. Participation in the blood drive is key because every pint of blood helps save a life.

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    Curtis WilliamsMar 30, 2012 at 8:35 am

    When I picture a blood drive I picture saving lives. Although I’m scared of needles I think of all the people who need it, and could live happier lives. Very good cause and I’m glad our school participates in it.

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    Conner StevensonMar 30, 2012 at 6:49 am

    It is really great to see that so many students are interested in giving blood to help those who need it. Hopefully nobody just did it to get out of class. Even then, it still makes the impact it was intended to.

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    Faven ButlerMar 30, 2012 at 2:04 am

    I was surprised to learn that you only have to be 16 to donate blood. Although I did not get the chance to this year, I believe that giving blood is an honor and could cause miracles around the world. It shows the amount of compassion that exists in our school and how much students are willing to donate their blood to others, strangers or not, in need of help.

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    Melissa TomlinMar 29, 2012 at 5:46 pm

    Blood drives are great. This pictures show that process and the different tools that are need to take blood. I think that giving blood is a honor and that doing it should give an amazing feeling because it good save someone’s life.

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    Lindsay VargaMar 29, 2012 at 5:46 pm

    I really love seeing students doing things like this. It helps more than you think it does. It’s really admirable and brave for someone to give their blood away. I think more people should get involved, because it really does make a difference. Good job capturing the miracles being created.

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    Stephen BrockwellMar 29, 2012 at 1:25 pm

    Blood donations are an important part of medical care. The blood goes to patients who undergo surgery, injury treatment, as well as many other ailments. For this reason, it is great for people to donate blood, especially those with rare blood types.

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    Krystin TreglownMar 27, 2012 at 9:38 pm

    This past Febraury students signed up to give blood at the local blood drive held at PGHS. Those who donate blood are brave souls. It takes guts to do something like this, personally I do not think I could stand doing something like this. These students are making a difference in the lives of someone in need of their particular blood type.

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    Bradley CooperMar 20, 2012 at 2:46 pm

    I admire those students who donate their blood. There are so many people out there suffering from an accident or surgery who are desperate for a particular blood type. These students are courageous people who are afflicted with a little pain to make a difference in the world.