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CBHS students’ Lifeblood donations to impact 438 lives

CBHS students’ Lifeblood donations to impact 438 lives

On March 21, for the third time this school year, LifeBlood was on the CBHS campus for blood donations.  This school year students, faculty, and staff have donated 146 units of blood.  Since each donation has the potential to save three lives, our CBHS community has impacted over 438 lives.  Our goal is to secure 175 units, thus we are 29 units short of our goal this year.  However, the LifeBlood Donor Centers are open year round.  If anyone would like to donate blood to help CBHS reach its goal, please designate CBHS when you give blood and we will be credited with it.  "Thanks for your continuing support," said Gerry Taulman, CBHS religion teacher and Lifeblood coordinator.

(PHOTO: Lifeblood employees Sheila Wright and Anitra Daniels along with CBHS religion teacher Gerry Taulman and sophomore Max Marconi.)