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Not in Vein: Woodside Mounted Patrol holds "Blood Night"

Original post made by Gary Kirby on May 4, 2007

Not in Vein

Last Tuesday night, April 10, the Mounted Patrol held another of their semiannual "Blood Nights" at the Patrol's clubhouse in Woodside. At this event members and guests, with the assistance of Blood Centers of the Pacific staff, donate much needed supplies of blood – this evening, 30 units. Afterwards, donors were treated to dinner, courtesy of the Patrol. The next scheduled Blood Drive Event is the evening of October 10.

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Posted by News Guy, a resident of another community
on May 5, 2007 at 8:47 am

Not in Vein: Thanks very much for your contributions of much-needed blood. Please tell us more about the program, including how others can participate.
I give blood through the Stanford Blood Center, which has an excellent program, and, by the way, a new Web site: Web Link


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