MIHS blood drive brings in 31 first-time donors

Donors gave 60 pints of blood to the Puget Sound Blood Center at Mercer Island High School on April 27.

The MIHS Senior Service Club recruited over 80 students, teachers and adults for the semi-annual blood drive held at the school.

Some who were not eligible were turned away, but there were 31 first-time donors who gave.

The annual blood drive was from 10 until 2 p.m.


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