30 UNITS DONATED DURING RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE IN TAMAQUA

Members of the American Red Cross collected exactly 30 units of blood from donors during their blood drive held yesterday (Jan. 22, 2014) at the St. John’s U.C.C. in Tamaqua. Red Cross officials stressed the need for volunteers during these drives.
If you want to give blood, visit their website for information, requirements and to set up an appointment. It is http://www.redcrossblood.org/donating-blood.
They also have a webpage if you want to volunteer. It is http://www.redcrossblood.org/volunteer.
Red Cross Blood Drive, 30 Units, St. John's UCC, Tamaqua, 1-22-2014 (17)American Red Cross phlebotomist Gina Wallace prepares to take blood from donator Robert Muscle of Lansford. Looking on is Rachael French from the Poconos.

Red Cross Blood Drive, 30 Units, St. John's UCC, Tamaqua, 1-22-2014 (21)American Red Cross blood collection staff pictured during the Tamaqua drive are, from left, phlebotomist Jordan Green, supervisor Michael Miller and double red-cell technician Mary Jo Navin.

Red Cross Blood Drive, 30 Units, St. John's UCC, Tamaqua, 1-22-2014 (10)American Red Cross mobile unit assistant Dave Satterfield organizes collected blood samples during the Tamaqua blood drive.

Red Cross Blood Drive, 30 Units, St. John's UCC, Tamaqua, 1-22-2014 (3)Tamaqua resident and councilman Dave Mace watches as American Red Cross phlebotomist Gina Wallace finishes taking blood from him. Mace is a regular blood donor.

Red Cross Blood Drive, 30 Units, St. John's UCC, Tamaqua, 1-22-2014 (6)30 individuals stopped by St. John’s UCC to donate during the American Red Cross blood drive.
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