Members of the Beaufort County Community College campus police force teamed up recently to help the college’s Student Government Association reach its goal in a blood drive for the American Red Cross. Pictured (from left) Officers Kenton Ross, Natalie Perez and Ernie Coleman donate blood in the BCCC student lounge. Thanks to the support of the BCCC campus police, the Red Cross collected a total of 35 pints of blood during the drive held May 31, according to Theresa Edwards, student activities coordinator.

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Campus police help reach goal at blood drive

Published 7:07pm Saturday, June 16, 2012

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