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MIHS brings in 66 pints during blood drive

Mike Radow, a teacher at MIHS, gets blood drawn during the MIHS Senior Service Club blood drive on Friday, Nov. 4. - Kelly Grady/Contributed photo
Mike Radow, a teacher at MIHS, gets blood drawn during the MIHS Senior Service Club blood drive on Friday, Nov. 4.
— image credit: Kelly Grady/Contributed photo

The Mercer Island Senior Service Club's blood drive on Friday, Nov. 4 helped bring in 66 pints of blood for the Puget Sound Blood Center. Donations came from students and from teachers at the school.

The event had 84 students sign up prior to Friday.

To learn more about donating blood visit the Puget Sound Blood Center's website.

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