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 Donating is not painful, but actually rewarding     At only six-years-old, my grand-daughter, Natalie has faced greater medical obstacles than most grown adults. She had her first open heart surgery at five months, and after developing Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV), she had a second heart surgery at age five. Since her birth, Natalie has received three units of red blood cells, two units of plasma and has undergone several additional surgeries which resulted in more blood transfusions.   Currently, Natalie is doing well. She is an extremely intelligent six-year-old that doesn’t let anything stop her. Natalie is still alive because of blood donation.   I am now a frequent blood donor and Red Cross blood drive coordinator.  In fact, i recently coordinated a blood drive that was dedicated to Natalie.  There is a need for blood. Donating is not painful, but actually rewarding.

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What's Happening

Join the 10th annual Fallen Officer Blood Drive to honor our heroes.


May 11, 2017
The cities of Hobart and Hammond are joining together for a friendly competition to pay tribute to award-winning educator and community activist Nancy Snider. The community is invited to give blood with the American Red Cross in memory of Nancy on Wednesday, May 17, at Hobart High School in Hobart...
May 8, 2017
The community is invited to give blood in honor of Ava Bowen at a special American Red Cross blood drive Monday, May 22, from noon to 6 p.m. at South Central Rural Electric Membership Corporation (REMC) Community Room in Martinsville.  

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