The Washington High School Health Occupation Student Association and members of the Allied Health Science and Nursing Fundamentals program sponsored a school-wide blood drive through the American Red Cross on Dec. 5. Students registered volunteers for the event and walk-ins were welcome. The students and staff surpassed their goal and collected 82 units of blood. Shown are : HOSA members Daisy Gatchuz, (far left) and Kimberly Medina talking with blood donor Forest Williams, (lying down) during a blood drive at Washington High School. Gatchuz and Medina were volunteering at the event. Danielle Hyatt (right) also donated blood at the drive.

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WHS surpasses blood drive goal

Published 9:37pm Saturday, January 5, 2013

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