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FBLA is having a heart and stepping up their game with having students at La Joya Community high school volunteer to donate blood. With donating blood, you helps lots of lives and you make a change in the world by becoming a better person.

If you want to donate blood, there will be Donor forms in the cafeteria once you enter with FBLA students to help you with any information. If you are under 18, you will have to fill out a form that requires your parents signature and approval to donate blood. The deadline for the forms will be November 14, 2016.

Here are some frequently asked questions you might be asking:

  • Donor Forms due: November 14, 2016
  • When: November 22, 2016blood-drive
  • Time: 8:00am-1:00pm
  • Location:┬áBloodmobile in student parking lot

You can contact Ms.Kuehn in Room 819.

It is very IMPORTANT that you MUST eat breakfast before you donate the day of donating blood. Don’t be scared of needles, be ready. Find the hero in you. It’s for a good cause.

 

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