By Norma Weeks
The September blood drive at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church had 51 possible donors to come in and 53 pints of blood was collected. The reason there are more pints than donors is when someone gives on the Alyx machine, called double red, it counts as two pints. That donor has to skip the nex.t blood drive. Those that came in were: Kevin Wicker, Linda Johnson, Linda Hoff, Mary Howe, Fran Mack, Pete Pye, Kevin Young, Lucy Stec, Linda Clark, Gary Hermann, Margaret Brown, Cornelious Reid, Brenda
Creel, Steve Creel, Scotty Kinard, BUI Weeks, Joe Stone, Arlene Cassedy, Sharon Paris, Zachery Paris (first timer), Celeste Stone, Anita Givens, Jerry Houck, Gene Wynn, Doris Nettles, My Linda O’Quinn, Willie Dobson, Diane Wicker, Jeanene Smith, Brenda Washington, Carolyn Lewis, Marilyn Peters, Annene Adams, Richard Adams, Donald Davis, William Snead, Michael DeLonge (5 gallons), Madelyn Turner, Lisa Tomer, Crystal DeLonge, Debra Galik, Mike Reock, Latasha Manigo, Summer White, Jana Ramsey, Perry Ramsey, Jessica Hunt (3 gallons), Sandra Ferguson, Paula Beverly, Stephanie Persianni, and Norma Weeks.
The next blood drive in November will not be on the second Monday as usual because of tl1e annual Clemson-Carolina Blood Battle held in Columbia. Instead it will be on the third Monday, November 21. For information call Colleton County Blood Drive Coordinator Norma Weeks at 843-538-8950.
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