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Slots still open for annual blood drive donation this Friday

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Brenda Amaya-Rangel, News Editor

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Save a life.

The annual blood drive returns to Akins, which will be hosted by the phlebotomy practicum. Teachers and students are encouraged to participate.

Students must have a parent permission slip signed, even if they are 18, to be able to sign up for an appointment, spots are limited.

To pick up a permission slip students must see Jacey Saylor in portable 304.

The blood drive is on April 28 and will be held at the library.

Requirements include being 17 or older and weighing at least 115 pounds. You must have a photo ID. See Saylor for more information in room 304.

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